Grove GPS Module
The Grove GPS Module is a simple and cost-effective way of equipping your project with a navigation tool. Simply connect it to your Grove Base Shield (or Mega Shield), then to Arduino.
Including €0.01 for ecotax
Grove GPS Module: 66 acquisition channels + 22 tracking channels
This Grove GPS Module is equipped with the GPS SIM28, the new version of the u-blox 6. It’s especially sensitive and has a particularly high number of acquisition and tracking channels.
Once connected to your Base Shield, it can communicate through a serial port with your Arduino or Seeeduino microcontroller. It comes with a 4-core cable for connecting the module to a Grove-compatible shield.
An economical and easy-to-use GPS for locating all your projects
Whether you’re looking to equip a mobile robot or drone, or simply create your own GPS system, you’ll appreciate the 113020003 Grove GPS Module for its very low power consumption (40 mA @ 3V) and configuration flexibility.
It’s ideal for collecting accurate navigation data without investing in a voluminous power supply!
Technical specifications of the 113020003 GPS Module
- Supply voltage: 3.3/5V
- Baud rate: 4800–57600 baud (u-blox version)
- Baud rate: 9600–115200 baud
- Default baud rate: 9600 baud
- Configurable baud rate
- Supports NMEA and u-blox 6 protocols
- Low power consumption: 40 mA @ 3 Vdc
- Sensitivity: -160 dBm
- Grove-compatible interface
- Printed circuit board: 40 x 20 x 13 mm
- GPS sensor: 15 x 15 x 7 mm