Pacific Crest’s ADL Uplink is a handheld unit that obtains RTK correction data from Internet and in turn sends the information to equipment, such as a radio, for rebroadcasting possibilities. This is a particular advantage in places where cell coverage is unreliable.
By locating the ADL Uplink on the edge of a region having Internet access, it extends Internet coverage in areas where signal strength is poor. This is especially helpful in places where buildings, tree foliage, and topography create cellular shadows.
Connection protocols include Bluetooth, GSM, Serial, USB, and Wi-Fi. Several coordinate input options are supported, including manual or automatic GPS coordinate. When GPS receiver coordinates are entered, it transmits the data to the rover. The device is also able to re-establish a connection automatically when it is dropped.
Operation during times of high vibration is reliable. Waterproofing is certified to the IP67 standard.
- Built-in GPS receiver
- Compact construction
- RTK correction data downloaded from Internet
- Supports several connection protocols
- Various coordinate input options
- Vibration and waterproof tolerance
- Touchscreen navigation
- Built-in GSM and Wi-Fi capability
- Extensive battery life
|Communication protocols:||Bluetooth, GSM, USB, Serial, Wi-Fi|
|Radios:||Bluetooth, WLAN, WWAN|
|Size:||17.6 cm W x 10 cm H x 5 cm D|
|Operating temperature:||-30 degrees Celsius to +60|
|Protection:||Vibration, impact, sand and dust, watertight|
The ADL Uplink from Pacific Crest is available through TransiTiva. If you have any question about this handheld unit, please send us an inquiry by filling in the Request Pricing form.