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Hemisphere GNSS A52 Antenna with Right Angle Connector
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Hemisphere GNSS A52 Antenna with Right Angle Connector

Item# A52-Right Angle

We have 2 Hemisphere A52 antennas with right angle connectors in stock and on sale. Only these remaining A52 with the right angle connector are available at this sale price.
The A52 is a multi-constellation GNSS precision antenna and is ideal for various applications including View Full Description

Category: GNSS
Manufacturer: Hemisphere GNSS
Manufacturer Number: 940-2066-000
Hemisphere GNSS
 
 
 
 
Price: $1,100.00 $990.00

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Hemisphere GNSS A52 Antenna with Right Angle Connector

We have 2 Hemisphere A52 antennas with right angle connectors in stock and on sale. Only these two A52 antennas with the right angle connector are available at this sale price. 

The A52™ antenna is a multi-GNSS precision antenna and is ideal for various applications including geodetic surveys, RTK positioning and navigation, precise guidance and machine control. Designed for use in challenging environments, such as near buildings and foliage, because of its superior multipath mitigation, stable phase center and strong SNR’s even at low elevations. 

KEY FEATURES

Multi-Constellation

  • GNSS Reception: GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS L1/L2,
  • Beidou, SBAS, L-band DGNSS and Galileo E1/E5a and b
  • Channels: 270
  • GNSS Frequency: 1.165 to 1.253 GHz; 1.525 to 1.613 GHz
  • LNA Gain: 30 dB
  • LNA Noise: 2.0 dB, typical

Power Input

  • Input Voltage: 3.3-12 VDC
  • Input Current: 35 mA, typical

Mechanical

  • Enclosure: Aluminum base with ASA plastic cap
  • Dimensions: 7.6 H x 18.5 D (cm)
  • 3.0 H x 7.3 D (in)
  • Weight: .78 kg (1.71 lbs)
  • Mount: 5/8 inch female thread
  • RF Connector: TNC (straight or right angle) 

Phase Center Variation
Less than 3 mm at GPS L1 and L2, for elevations above 15 degrees