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Emlid released Reach RS3 GNSS receiver with tilt compensation

By Eric Van Rees - 28th September 2023 - 11:10

Emlid has launched its new flagship GNSS receiver Reach RS3.

It features IMU tilt compensation and a dual-band radio for enhanced compatibility with third-party receivers.

Tilt compensation for unlimited survey scenarios
The new Reach RS3 allows you to survey at large tilt angles while still maintaining survey grade accuracy. Tilt compensation speeds up the stakeout workflow, as you don’t need to check the bubble at every point. It also allows surveying hard-to-reach locations such as building corners and points on the roadway, at the edge of an excavation, or in the water.
Reach RS3 comes factory-calibrated and works out of the box. Just start walking with the
receiver or tilt it to initialize. Reach RS3 is magnetically immune. It has IMU-based tilt compensation with no magnetometer on board, which means metal objects and electronics won't affect its accuracy.

Compatibility optimized for every workflow
Reach RS3 is a multi-band receiver that works both as a base and a rover. It gives versatile
options to get corrections from CORS, another Reach, or a third-party base, so you can mix and match RTK receivers in your fleet.
NTRIP connectivity allows receiving corrections from CORS, NTRIP service, or any GNSS
receiver using Emlid NTRIP Caster. When connected over NTRIP, Reach works in a baseline of over 60 km in RTK and 100 km in PPK.
Dual-band radio features built-in LoRa and UHF radio. LoRa radio is an easy way to get or send corrections between Reach receivers. UHF in the 450 MHz range can be used to receive corrections from bases with radios that transmit RTCM3 over TRIMTALK 450S (trademark of Trimble Inc.). This workflow requires an additional 410-470 MHz antenna that you can buy at Emlid store.

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