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The TripNav TN-200 GPS Receiver has improved accuracy by utilizing WAAS-enabled GPS positioning when connected to your laptop’s USB port. Travel positions are updated in real-time on your laptop or tablet PC with use of your own street mapping software.
TripNav is totally NMEA-compliant and has the powerful SiRF IIe low-power chipset imbedded into its internal design requires up to 75% less power to operate than comparable technologies with quick cold-start times of only 45 seconds while enhanced technology also provides improved tracking in weak signal areas.
The TripNav is a 12-channel GPS receiver which includes a built-in LED that indicates satellite acquisition status: Flashing RED indicates searching for satellites, while solid RED indicates satellites are in view and data is being received.
The TripNav GPS Receiver is designed to plug into most any laptop PC’s USB port without the need of an additional source for power! Forget dealing with extra batteries, keyboard pass-through cables or 12VDC cigarette lighter adapters, because power and data are both transmitted through a single cable connected to the USB port! The 60″ cable with a suction cup clip and the water-resistant housing with a built-in magnet allows flexibility for in-vehicle or external placement.
TripNav TN-200 includes a driver to convert the USB port into a virtual COM port so it can work with these and most any other NMEA compliant mapping software on the market today.