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Pacific Crest ADL Foundation

Overview

The ADL Foundation by Pacific Crest is an Ultra High Frequency (UHF) transceiver. It can be easily integrated with other products that require either a one-way or a two-way radio communication link. This transceiver uses Pacific Crestís leading edge Advanced Data Link (ADL) technology and provides a bandwidth of 40 mhz. The ADL Foundation offers high compatibility and can work with products by many manufacturers, including Pacific Crest, Trimble, and others.

In addition, the ADL Foundation supports RTK corrections. The transceiverís transmission power can be adjusted according to the userís need: in the high power consumption mode, the transceiver offers a better range; in the low power consumption mode, it offers a better battery life.

Features

  • Utilize Pacific Crestís ADL technology for high performance
  • Power consumption level can be adjusted
  • Compatible with a wide range of existing products
  • High shock tolerance
  • Offer 1Hz RTK corrections
  • Certified for use in Australia, Europe and North America

Technical Specifications

Dimensions (L x W x H): 7.6 cm x 5.6 cm x 1.1 cm
Weight: 70 g
Connector (power): Molex 53015-1110 (11-pin)
Samtec TFM-110-11-S-D (20-pin)
Connector (antenna): MMCX
Operating temperature: -40 C to +85 C
Link rate: GMSK (4800-19,200 bps) and 4FSK (9600 Ė 19,200 bps)
Mount: #4-40 Threaded inserts

Ordering

The ADL Foundation transceiver offers compatibility and reliability. It is available through TerrisGPS. For more information about the ADL Foundation, please contact us using the Request Pricing Form.



Product: Pacific Crest ADL Foundation
Manufacturer: Pacific Crest
Category: OEM Radio Modules > Transceiver Modules

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