GPS module (NEO-6M GPS )
₹700.00 inc.GST (-39%)
A GPS module is a device that uses signals from a network of satellites to determine its geographic location. GPS stands for Global Positioning System, and it is a satellite navigation system that was created and is maintained by the U.S. government.
GPS modules typically include a GPS receiver, which is the component of the module that receives the signals from the satellites, and a microcontroller, which is the component that processes the signals and calculates the module's location. The module will also have a set of connectors (usually serial or USB) to allow the module to communicate with a host device, like a microcontroller or a computer.
GPS modules are widely used in a variety of applications, such as navigation systems in cars and boats, tracking systems for vehicles and assets, and location-based services in smartphones and other mobile devices. They can also be used in other applications such as drones, rovers, UAVs, and many more.
GPS modules come in different form factors, from small and compact to larger size, and with different level of accuracy and features. Some modules include additional features such as a built-in compass, barometer, and other sensors. Some also include an SD card slot to store data, or a battery backup for hot start applications.
|New Neo-6M module. There is a logic level converter and a voltage regulator on this board, makes it compatible with 3.3V-5V interface. You can connect it with 5V arduino(mega), 3.3V arduino pro mini or other similar boards directly. There are also a EEPROM and a flash which is useful for you to save your configuration data, or save assist now offline data or receiver configuration.|
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 5 cm|