Eos – Arrow 100+

LONGER HOURS OF REAL-TIME SUBMETER ACCURACY

The Arrow 100+ was designed specifically with GIS and mapping users in mind. Designed to work where other receivers fail, for example under trees, around buildings and in rugged terrain. This receiver offers greater accuracy with the Atlas® H50 Service, even without SBAS or RTK network available.

Feature enhancements of Arrow 100+ also include longer battery life so field staff can work longer without battery replacement. Increased compatibility with any mobile device, and added multiplexing capability. Seamlessly integrates with any third-party or proprietary data-collection app.

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Description

 

Channels:158
GNSS:GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, SBAS
Horizontal Accuracy:DGNSS – <0.3m
SBAS – <0.6m
Initialisation:<60 seconds
Ports:Bluetooth, USB 2.0, RS-232 Serial (optional)
Supported Connections:Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, SPP and iAP, Multi-point+
RX Sensitivity:
-96 dBm
Bluetooth Transmission:Class 1, 300m typical range, up to 1 km
Frequency:2.400 – 2.485 GHz
Compliance:FCC, CE, RoHS and Lead-free
Standard Accessories:

Li-Ion Battery Pack (Field replaceable)

USB Cable

12VDC Power Supply

Belt/Shoulder Carrying Case

Precision Antenna with 1.5 m cable

Soft Hat for Antenna

Battery:18+ hrs on a single charge
Enclosure Rating:Waterproof, IP-67
Weight:372g (0.82 lbs)
Dimensions:12.5 x 8.4 x 4.2 cm (4.92 x 3.3 x 1.65 in.)
Warranty:2-year warranty

 

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Comparison of Arrow 100 (standard model) with Arrow 100+

 

 

Arrow 100+Arrow 100

Battery Life

**Longer battery life means you can work longer hours in the field without having to charge or replace your GNSS receiver battery.

18 hours12 hours

Atlas® H50 Service

**Atlas® H50 service allows the Arrow 100+™ to obtain submeter positioning when no SBAS or RTK network is available. The estimated horizontal accuracy is 30 to 50 centimeters with Atlas® H50 service.

SupportedNot supported

Multiplexing

**Multiplexing refers to the ability to stream the output of third-party sensors to an iOS or other mobile device via the Arrow receiver’s Bluetooth® connection. The Arrow 100® GNSS receiver requires the purchase of an Eos Bridge™ to do this, while the Arrow 100+™ has the functionality built-in.

SupportedNot supported (requires Eos Bridge)

Multipoint

**Multipoint refers to the ability to connect to multiple devices, such as an iPad and Android.

SupportedNot supported

 

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