E600 GNSS Receiver

Full-function intelligent receiver

  • Multi-constellation satellite tracked
  • Built-in radio supports more protocols
  • Intelligent dual batteries
  • Built-in 4G network module
  • Web UI
  • Tilt survey

E600 GNSS Receiver


The E600 receiver adopts a newly designed, high-precision integrated antenna that can track all current satellite constellations and signals, including GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU/GALILEO/QZSS, etc.


The new generation of Athena RTK engine effectively improves RTK initialization success rate and initialization accuracy in harsh environments, and supports long-baseline RTK solution, which is an effective guarantee for high-efficiency and high-precision RTK operations.


The E600 receiver supports aRTK continuous constellation RTK technology, in the case of traditional RTK data link interruption, using aRTK continuous constellation RTK technology to maintain RTK precision operation for a certain period of time, eliminating the dead angle of traditional RTK operation.






Multi-constellation satellite tracked 

GPS,GLONASS,BDS,GALILEO,SBAS,QZSS


Built-in radio supports more protocols 

Transmit power 1W, effective working distance is 5km in the optimal work environment.


Intelligent dual batteries 

Support up to 10 hours of work time, battery power can be read directly from the indicator light on the battery, the battery models of handheld device and host are same.


Built-in 4G network module 

More stable network communication.


Web UI 

Access the Web page, complete the receiver configuration, download data, upgrade firmware, view status, etc. through the mobile phone, tablet and other handheld devices.


Tilt survey

The E600 receiver integrates an electronic bubble sensor, combined with a new tilt survey algorithm and surpad software operation. No calibration is required before measurement, the accuracy of coordinate data can be easily achieved within 30° tilt angle.

Base kit|With EX-Radio
Base kit|Without EX-Radio
Base kit|Only EX-Radio
Rover Kit|All (with pole+handheld)
Rover Kit|Without ranging pole
Rover Kit|Without pole+handheld
Rover Kit|Handheld kit
Rover Kit|Pole without handheld
Base kit
  • With EX-Radio
  • Without EX-Radio
  • Only EX-Radio
Rover Kit
  • All (with pole+handheld)
  • Without ranging pole
  • Without pole+handheld
  • Handheld kit
  • Pole without handheld
  • E600 GNSS Receiver

  • E600 External Radio

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  • PDF
    E600 GNSS Receiver User Manual
    PDF file,16065KB,published Jan.30.2019
  • PDF
    E600 GNSS Receiver Datasheet
    PDF file,722KB,published Feb.12.2019
Frequently Asked Question (5)
Q :How many constellations can the E600 track?
A :E600 tracks all the constellations currently available around the Earth (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and Galileo).
Q :How to register E600 receiver?
A :

a. Connect the controller to the receiver, click “device register” in the “Device”, enter the correct registration code and click the “device register”.

b. On the WEBUI management page, enter the registration code in the device registration box, confirm the input is correct and click “Registration” to complete the device registration.
Q :How to turn off voice broadcast of receiver?
A :

a. Enter the WEBUI, find the voice switch in the settings page and turn it off.  

b. Controller Software→Device→Device Setting, turn off the “enable voice”, and click “OK”.
Q :Can the base station and rover station be interchangeable?
A :The difference between the rover station and the base station is that the accessories are different, the function and hardware configuration are the same. You can use the controller to choose the working mode of the device and set it as the base station or rover station.
Q :What is CORS?
A :CORS is called a continuous operating reference station system. It can be understood as a base station that is erected at a fixed known point and works continuously for 24 hours, and sends its own data to a specific server through the network. The use of CORS operation eliminates the need for a base station, and CORS is equivalent to a base station in a normal network operation.
  • Frequently Asked Question (5)
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