EB100 Base Station

Simple operation and convenient high-precision portable base station

  • Centimeter-level accuracy using multi-frequency GNSS receiver technology in a rugged, all-in-one enclosure
  • Strong multipath mitigation and interference rejection
  • Wide operating voltage range, 9-36V, high transient protection for any power source
  • Long range RTK baselines of up to radius 5 km with internal radio, further distance can be reached with external radio
  • SBAS satellite ranging technology increases the number of satellites in view for greater speed and reliability

EB100 Base Station


The EB100 base station offer an affordable, versatile solution with centimeter-level accuracy for agricultural and other applications by multi-frequency GNSS receiver technology, which can be mounted on a tripod quickly and conveniently. They can provide differential signals for series rovers at the same time. They can be powered through various sources, making EB100 base station ideal for a long time operation. The receivers, antennas and radio modems all be packaged in a durable enclosures house. RTK differential correction data can be transmitted to the rover through the built-in radio. Radio frequency and data format can be configured through the PC software or Android mobile terminal APP.

 

 



 

Centimeter-level accuracy using multi-frequency GNSS receiver technology in a rugged, all-in-one enclosure 


Strong multipath mitigation and interference rejection 


Wide operating voltage range, 9-36V, high transient protection for any power source


Long range RTK baselines of up to radius 5 km with internal radio, further distance can be reached with external radio 


SBAS satellite ranging technology increases the number of satellites in view for greater speed and reliability

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    EB100 Base Station Datasheet
    PDF file,648KB,published Jan.31.2019
Frequently Asked Question (3)
Q :Cannot enter the fixed solution for a long time
A :

Check if the base station is working (the red light is always on, the green light is flashing, and the base station is set to keep the surrounding unobstructed) 


Check the base station cable, whether the radio antenna is damaged, and whether the joint thread connection is tightly secured. 


The system is subject to interference, such as high voltage lines, video surveillance, deep monitoring, LED headlights, electric fans, and instrument panels that may interfere.
Q :The floating point phenomenon
A :Check if the RTK signal is normal.
Q :How to judge whether the rover station is already in a differential state?
A :$GPGGA, 173309.00, 3954.461360, N, 11627.681600, E, 4, 30, 1.3, 63.516, M, -12.1, M,,, *48 The status bit "4" in the GGA statement indicates that the device is already in a differential state. "30" represents the number of satellites received.
  • Frequently Asked Question (3)
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