ZAD919GPS Item Specifics
The ALMEMO® GPS mouse determines the current geo-position. It comes with a 2m cable, terminal box with a 0.5m cable, and an ALMEMO® connector (DIGI range)
- There are the north / south latitude and east / west detected longitude in degrees and decimal minutes and in 4 Channels represented: Example: position 47 degrees 53.1624 minutes north latitude and 11 degrees 42.2056 minutes east longitude
- Channel: 47.53 B
- Channel: 0.1624 m
- Channel: 11.42 L
- Channel: 0.2056 m
- The ALMEMO® readings can composed as Coordinates as entered in Google Earth and thus the Geographic position are also displayed.
- The power supply of the GPS mouse via the ALMEMO® device (6 … 12 V DC, 100 mA). Operation in Device SLEEP mode is not possible
FGD701 Item Specifics
The ALMEMO® D7 GPS mouse determines the current spatial data. It comes with a 2m cable, terminal box with 0.5m cable and an ALMEMO® D7 plug.
- For current ALMEMO® V7, ALMEMO® 202, 710, 809, 500
- The ALMEMO® D7 Plug can be displayed on up to 10 measurement channels simultaneously.
- Factory programmed 9 channels:
- Channel: Longitude GPRMC until E179 °59.9999#
- Channel: latitude GPRMC, to N089 °59.9999
- Channel: height above geoid in m
- Channel: Speed in km/h
- Channel: moving direction in ° (Display from a rate of >0.5 km/h)
- Channel: direction of movement as text
- Channel: Universal Time, Ed OLUTION 1 s
- Channel: Number of satellites
- Channel: age of the data in s
- Alternatively, other measurement parameters can be selected: Longitude Google until E179.999999 and Google Latitude, to N89.999999, speed in m/s or mph or kn.
- The power supply of the GPS mouse via the ALMEMO® device (6 to 12 V DC, 100 mA). Operation in Device SLEEP mode is not possible.
- In regard to evaluation of the stored measured values with the Software ALMEMO® Control: After finishing the measurement, the stored readings in the ALMEMO® Device are read. With a new function of the software ALMEMO® Control the measured values compatible in Google Earth and is modified to describe the spatial data (KML = Keyhold Markup Language). This allows the waypoints (Geopositions) together with the stored measured values to be visualised in Google Earth.