Garmin 18x LVC GPS Navigator Unit

July 20, 2019 - Comment

GARMIN 010-00321-36 GPS 18x LVC. The GPS 18x is a GPS sensor targeted to OEM clients for use in automotive, fleet vehicle, and electronics applications where a small, highly accurate GPS receiver is needed. This 12 parallel channel, WAAS enabled GPS receiver is available in either CMOS level serial or USB 2.0 full speed versions,

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GARMIN 010-00321-36 GPS 18x LVC. The GPS 18x is a GPS sensor targeted to OEM clients for use in automotive, fleet vehicle, and electronics applications where a small, highly accurate GPS receiver is needed. This 12 parallel channel, WAAS enabled GPS receiver is available in either CMOS level serial or USB 2.0 full speed versions, and comes with an integrated magnetic base. The puck like receiver is 2.4 inches in diameter and weighs just ounces, making it an ideal solution in applications where space is at a premium. The GPS 18x is offered in three different cable configurations: A style USB, DB 9 pin serial with 12 volt cigarette lighter adapter /PC, or bare wire /LVC. The PC and LVC versions both default to output data in the industry standard NMEA 0183 data format, but may also be user programmed to output data in the GARMIN proprietary format. The USB version produces data only in the GARMIN proprietary format. All three versions of the GPS 18 come complete with non volatile memory for storage of configuration information, a real time clock, and raw measurement output data for sophisticated customer applications. The LVC version additionally provides a pulse per second logic level output whose rising edge is aligned to the UTC second within 1 microsecond. The USB 2.0 full speed version of the GPS18 is also compatible with USB 1.1 full speed hosts.

Product Features

  • High Sensitivity LVC Sensor with Bare Wire Connection
  • WAAS Enabled High Sensitivity GPS Receiver
  • Comes w/A Connector End that Can Attach to a CMOS for OEM Applications
  • Non Volatile Memory for Storage of Configuration Information
  • Raw Measurement Output Data for Sophisticated Customer Applications

Comments

Anonymous says:

This has never let me down I have purchased many of these units over the years, and have never been let down. It has always exceeded my expectations for accuracy and performance. I first purchased this unit many years ago for an APRS tracker in a vehicle, and it worked for years stuck to the roof of a vehicle. It is fully waterproof. It has internal magnates, and says it’s rated for something like 65MPH, but honestly, I don’t think many vehicles could/would ever attain a speed that would peel this off a roof. It…

Anonymous says:

Inexpensive, compact GPS unit for highly accurate serial PPS time. I have the Garmin 18x LVC GPS attached to a serial card installed in a Debian Linux ‘Squeeze’ box (which was configured using the Setserial, GPSD, and NTP packages).USB based GPS units are useless for accurately setting the time.The 18x LVC GPS unit requires 5 volts of power (red wire), and for this I use a specific serial card, the . The…

Anonymous says:

Great for a DIY NTP GPS source. Locks on strong from a window, but is weatherproof for mounting outdoors. A good choice for a DIY GPS-synched Network Time Protocol (NTP) clock on a budget. Just find a good place to mount it, preferably on a small bracket outdoors. Run the cable in your house, solder on a DB9 serial connector, configure it, and attach it to your server. The LVC model, unlike other versions of the 18x, provides a pulse-per-second signal for accurate time. The box includes the 18x LVC and that’s it—you’ll need…

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