Sokkia GCX3 GNSS Receiver
Code: GCX3 T18
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The GCX3 Is An Ultra Lightweight, Dual Frequency GNSS Receiver That Delivers RTK Centimeter Level Performance. Versatile Enough To Use In A Wide Variety Of Industries
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Sokkia GCX3 GNSS Receiver

£7,200.00 (ex VAT) Sokkia GCX3 With T-18 Data Controller                   £9000.00 (ex VAT) Sokkia GCX3 with SCH5000 Data Contoller

• GCX3 Receiver with Soft Case
• T-18 Data Contoller / SCH5000 Data Controller with Geo Pro Field GNSS Software
• Carbon Rover Pole with Bracket Vial & Compass
• Topnet Live 1 Year Unlimited RTK Licence (inc. sim)

The Sokkia GCX3 is the ideal local jobsite base/rover RTK (Real Time Kinematic) system or Network RTK rover. The GCX3 is a dual frequency GNSS receiver that delivers centimetre level performance and has longer range base to rover communication. This all in view constellation GNSS receiver comes with 226 optimized satellite tracking channels. For robust signal tracking even around interference sources.

The GCX3 is ultra-light and compact minimizing heft on the range pole which enables maximum mobility and use in the field. The GCX3 features the Second Generation Precision Orbital Satellite Technology (POST2) integrated antenna which outperforms other traditional antennas with its outstanding performance in obstructed canopy environments.

The GCX3 interface is open source which means you are not limited to a specific software for your field controller, giving you ultimate versatility and choice to fit to your workflow. As an affordable GNSS solution, the GCX3 receiver can be used together with the SHC-5000 Field Controller for optimum performance.

Sokkia GCX3 Brochure

•  All-in-view constellation GNSS receiver
•  226 optimized satellite tracking channels
•  Second generation POST2™ (Precision Orbital SatelliteTechnology) integrated antenna – robust signal tracking even around interference sources.
•  Compact, lightweight, rugged and cable-free design
•  Ideal network RTK rover
•  Wireless, multi-channel Long-Range Bluetooth® technology

TRACKING CAPABILTIY                                                          
Number of Channels:  226 channels
Tracked Signals:  GPS L1 C/A, L1C, L2P, L2C
   GLONASS L1 C/A, L1P, L2 C/A, L2P
   BeiDou B1, B2
   Galileo E1
   QZSS L1 C/A, L1C, L2C
Antenna Type:  Integrated Antenna

Static/Fast Static: H:3.0 mm + 0.1 ppm, V: 3.5 mm + 0.4 ppm
Precision Static**: H:3.0 mm + 0.1 ppm, V: 3.5 mm + 0.4 ppm
RTK (L1 + L2):  H:10 mm + 0.8 ppm, V: 15 mm + 1.0 ppm
DGPS: H:0.4 m, V: 0.6 m
SBAS: H:0.8 m, V: 0.6 m
Maximum Data Rate: 10Hz

Memory: Internal non-removable memory up to 8 GB
Real Time Data Output: TPS, RTCM SC104 v2x, 3 x and MSM,  CMR/CMR+ 8  
ASC11 Output:  NIMEA 0183 version 2x, 3x and 4x
Communication Ports:  Bluetooth, USB 2.0 High Speed Device

Bluetooth* Modem:  v2.1 + EDR
RTK Communication**: Through cellular enabled field controllers
  Up to 300 meters with 3 simultaneous rovers using wireless 
  multi-channel long range Bluetooth technology RTK corrections

Dust/Water Rating: IP67
Humidity:  100% condensing
Operating Temperature: -20 c to 63 c (with internal batteries)
  -40 c to 63 c (with external power)
Display Type: LED user interface
Dimensions (w x h x l): 47 x 197 x 47 mm
Weight (including batteries):  440 g

Battery Type: Internal no-removable
Operating Time: All day operation in any configuration (up to 10 hours)
External Power Connector: Service Port (shared with USB 2.00 communications)
*    Use of the industry standard TTCM 3. x is always recommended for optimal  performance.
**  Under nominal observing conditions and strict processing methods, including use of dual frequency GPS, precise ephemerides, calm ionospheric conditions, approved antenna calibration, unobstructed visibility above 10 degrees and on observation duration of at least 3 hours (dependent on baseline length).
*** Typical long-range distance with clear line of sight. Distance for long-range largely depends upon local radio regulations, environmental and field conditions.