We have all heard the fishing stories out at the field and on the track, My RC car does 120mph or My ducted fan accelerates going vertical!well, its time to prove it!
The Quanum GPS Logger V2 Is a stand-alone device that Packs the power of a U-BLOX NEO-6 GPS receiver, and records everything from; distance traveled, start and end positions, UTC time stamps, course and speed�and the infamous MAX speed the logger reached. The data can be viewed on the integrated backlit LCD or the NEMA data can be downloaded to a PC and plotted out on map sites such as Google Earth. To save weight the logger gets its power from a spare channel from your receiver so no additional battery is needed.
There are endless uses, from finding your models maximum speed and utilizing the hard-data to refine your set-up, and of course there is provable bragging rights you could flaunt around on youtube! Heck, you could even attach a small battery pack and drop it in your kids backpack and see if they really went to the library after school or not
The Quanum GPS Logger is just one of those tools you should just have in your tool box for when hard-data is better than your calibrated eyeball.
Receiver: NEO-6M U-BLOX
Frequency: L1, 1575.42 MHz, C/A Code
Max Speed Recording: 1000km/h
Sensitivity: -161 dBm (Tracking & Navigation)
Accuracy: 2.5 m (GPS), 2.0 m (SBAS)
Cold Start: 27 s approx.
Navigation: UTC date and time, geographic coordinates, time, speed, course
Logging: geographic coordinates, date and time, speed, course, distance (up to 100km)
Logging time: >1000 hours
Logging ON/OFF Control: Manual, RC (1520us)
Indicator: LCD, 2*16 with backlit
Control: menu/page, enter
Voltage: 4.5V ~ 6.5V
Current: 80mA typical
Size: 24 x 77 x 18mm
*Note: To download the NMEA file to your computer for history mapping, you will need a standard RS-232 cable - not included. All other information can be viewed via the integrated LCD and menu.
Manuals/ Downloads can be found here: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/quanum-gps-logger-v2-with-backlit-lcd-display-neo-6-u-blox.html
or under the "files" tab of the product listing on HobbyKings site