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Leica GMX902 Series

High-precision GNSS monitoring for critical structures

HxGN Leica GMX902

The Leica GMX902 Series comprises the first high-precision multi-frequency, multi-system GNSS receivers designed specifically for monitoring applications. Sensitive structures, such as bridges, dams, sliding slopes and buildings can be monitored around the clock for the smallest of movements.

There are two models in the GMX902 Series, the GMX902 GG and the GMX902 GNSS. The GMX902 GG provides precise GPS/GLONASS L1/L2 frequency raw data up to 20 Hz. The GMX902 GNSS additionally supports GPS L5 and Galileo L1/E5a/E5b/E5a+b (AltBOC) and data rates up to 50 Hz.

The GMX902 Series has been designed and built for real-time monitoring applications. The key characteristics of the GMX900 family are very low power consumption (only 1.7W), high-quality measurements, simplicity, reliability, and durability. The GMX902 Series features a robust water, heat, cold and vibration resistant metal housing that can be easily mounted on various structures.

The GMX902 GNSS integrates seamlessly with the Leica GNSS Spider advanced GNSS processing software for coordinate calculation and raw data storage. The Leica GeoMoS or Leica SpiderQC monitoring software provide advanced data analysis and processing, analysis of movements, data archiving, limit checks, messaging, and combination with other sensors.

 

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