Manufacturer’s Description

Pharos has once again created a world-class iGPS-500 GPS Receiver for navigation solution for Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PCs and other mobile devices. The Bluetooth GPS Navigator includes a GPS receiver with a Bluetooth transceiver for wireless communication with your mobile device without the messy cables. Simply place the GPS receiver on your dashboard and receive accurate GPS data on your Bluetooth-enabled device to help you navigate to your destination. The high capacity lithium polymer battery will power the Bluetooth receiver for up to 7 hours between charges. A blue LED indicator flashes when searching for a Bluetooth connection and glows solid when connection is established. Use any NMEA compatible software, or for the best navigation experience, use Pharos Ostia navigation and routing software to navigate to your destination with detailed street level maps and turn-by-turn, voice prompted directions.

The Specs

Physical Features
Interface Connection Bluetooth
Included Components Automobile Power Adapter (DC)|Software
Battery Life 11 hour(s)
Additional Specifications
Frequency Band WAAS/EGNOS EnabledProtocol: NMEA-0183 (V3.1) standardChipset: SiRFstarIII GSC3fFrequency: L1, 1575.42 MHzSensitivity: -159 dBmPosition: Autonomous < 10 meters, SBAS < 5mVelocity: 0.1 meter/secondDatum: WGS-84Use this GPS receiver for multiple configurations (i.e. CF, PCMCIA with adaptor, USB, sync cable, and Bluetooth) - Optional
Number of Channels 12
Hot Start Time 1 Second
normalized-Height 21.082
normalized-Weight 2.12
Cold Start Time 35 Second
Product Model iGPS-500
Brand Name Pharos
Software Included Ostia navigation and routing
Number of GPS Channels 12
Quick Glance
Navigation and Other Features
Number of Channels 12
Position Accuracy 32.81 ft
General Features WAAS Enabled
Warranty
Warranty Information 1 Year Limited Warranty
Dimensions
Weight 2.12 oz
Height 0.83 in
Width 1.85 in
Depth 2.83 in
More Info
URL http://www.pharosgps.com/products/accessories/GPS_Receivers/PT120.htm

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