GNSS100L high sensitivity usb GNSS Receiver (72 channels; GPS+GLONASS+ GALILEO Tri-System; IP67 waterproof)

GNSS100L high sensitivity usb GNSS Receiver (72 channels; GPS+GLONASS+ GALILEO Tri-System)

  • $49.95 USD

Tri-System GNSS Receiver


  • Track record of data acquisition
  • Automatic vehicle location 
  • Driving recorder 
  • Navigation 
  • GPS clock and digital camera 
  • Child/elderly/personal locator and security system


  • Multi-satellite positioning systems support: GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO
  • Low power: 40mA at continuous tracking 
  • SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS) support 
  • Higher update rate option (default 1Hz)
  • RTCM 2.3 4.X support
  • A-GPS support, OMA SUPL/3GPP TS25.171 (GSM/UMTS) compliant 
  • Easy to use: built-in patch 25*25*4mm antenna 
  • Backup battery support for faster position fix
  • LED for position fix indication
  • Built in N35 strong magnetic, strong solid adsorption
  • Windows location sensor support


Technical Spec:

GNSS100L Spec


Compatible OS:

  • Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and 11
  • Linux



GPSWebShop PDF Documents

 - GNSS100L / Ublox NMEA Specification document

 - Windows Location Sensor Application Note

 - U-Center GNSS evaluation software for Windows user guide


Driver Downloads: 

GPSWebShop Drivers Download

 - Windows 10 / 11 driver installation guide

 - Windows 10 / 11 Location Sensor driver download 

 - Windows 7 driver download 

 - Windows 7 driver installation guide

 - Linux driver installation guide

 - Android connection instruction


Software Downloads:

GPSWebShop Windows Software

 - U-Center                                             



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