ZED-F9P module – u-blox F9 high precision GNSS module

ZED-F9P module – u-blox F9 high precision GNSS module

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Multi-band GNSS receiver delivers centimeter level accuracy in seconds.

The ZED-F9P positioning module features the new u-blox F9 receiver platform, which provides multi-band GNSS to high volume industrial applications in a compact form factor. ZED-F9P is a multi-band GNSS module with integrated u-blox multi-band RTK technology for centimeter-level accuracy. The module enables precise navigation and automation of moving industrial machinery by means of a small, surface mounted module.

The ZED-F9P module is designed for easy integration and low design-in costs with minimal e-BOM. It is well-suited for mass market adoption, thanks to its small package size, light weight, and small power consumption. ZED-F9P ensures the security of positioning and navigation information by using secure interfaces and advanced jamming and spoofing detection technologies.

ZED-F9P offers support for a range of correction services allowing each application to optimize performance according to the application’s individual need. ZED-F9P comes with built-in support for standard RTCM corrections, supporting centimeter-level navigation from local base stations or from virtual reference stations (VRS) in a Network RTK setup. The module can be upgraded
to support future SSR-type correction services suitable for mass market penetration.

u-blox modules are manufactured in ISO/TS 16949 certified sites and are fully tested on a system level. Qualification tests are performed as stipulated in the ISO16750 standard: “Road vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment”.
Features

  • Concurrent reception of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou
  • Multi‑band RTK with fast convergence times and reliable performance
  • High update rate for highly dynamic applications
  • Centimeter accuracy in a small and energy efficient module
  • Easy integration of RTK for fast time‑to‑market

more information: www.u-blox.com

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