e-Survey’s E600H is a 4th generation high precision GNSS antenna with all of the features you would expect.
Not only does the E600H track; GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Gallileo and QZSS, but it also does so in triple frequency when available. This means that you get the best possible performance under even the toughest of canopies. With the triple frequency you gain access to L5, the fastest and most powerful frequency available. On top of all of that, with this receiver you also have the option to gain access to Hemisphere’s Atlas subscription service. This means that you can get up to 10 cm of accuracy when fully autonomous.
The E600H also supports Hemisphere’s fearsome ATHENA RTK engine. This means that you can always be assured of your shot, even under the toughest of conditions. With Athena, the receiver is aRTK capable, meaning that even with an interruption of traditional RTK data, the receiver is able to maintain a fixed position for a limited amount of time.
Here are the key features of e-Survey’s E600H
Multi-constellation satellite tracked
Built-in radio supports more protocols
Transmit power 1W, effective working distance is 5km in the optimal work environment. With plenty of protocols to choose from, there is no worry that you cannot integrate the E600H with your existing equipment.
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. This also means that the E600H is StormCaster capable, meaning you can do Internet Cloud base RTK.
Access the Web page, complete the receiver configuration, download data, upgrade firmware, view status, etc. through the mobile phone, tablet and other handheld devices.
The E600H 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.