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The coveted AiM GPS, now available to everyone.
CAN CONNECTION  |  RS232 CONNECTION  |  AIM CAN CONNECTION
GPS09c Open is a stand-alone device that can stream, in completely configurable messages, all the GPS data at 25 Hz.
It is proposed also in the
Pro version that features also a 100 Hz 6 axis IMU.
GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou constellations support
30 second cold start TTFF
1 second hot start
0.5 m CEP accuracy
Internal 25 mm antenna
 
In addition to all the features of GPS09c Open
IMU - 100 Hz 6 axis inertial platform system
GPS channels available at 25 Hz:
Altitude
Latitude
Longitude
Sats number
Pos Accuracy
Speed Accuracy
GPS Lateral acceleration
GPS Linear acceleration
GPS Heading
GPS Yaw rate
GPS Hour
GPS Min
GPS Sec
GPS Millisec
Year
Month
Day
Week number
ITOW
Unix Time
 
IMU data available through CAN connection at 100 Hz
(
GPS09c Pro Open only):
Acceleration X
Acceleration Y
Acceleration Z
Pitch rate
Yaw rate
Roll rate
THREE OUTPUT STREAMS
GPS09c Open is developed to be compatible with all AiM or not AiM systems.
It offers three output streams; for not AiM systems you can configure the protocol for a CAN or RS232.
OPEN RS232
CONNECTION
Freely user configurable
OPEN CAN
CONNECTION
Freely user configurable
AIM CAN
CONNECTION
To be connected as expansion
using the AiM CAN network
A dedicated USB cable is available for the configuration,
through the Race Studio 3 software.
EASY CONFIGURATION WITH RACE STUDIO 3
CAN connection
AiM Race Studio 3 software offers the possibility to freely configure the CAN messages.
It is possible to set:
Baud rate
ID
DLC (1-8 bytes)
Byte order
(little endian, big endian)
Messages frequency
RS232 Connection
GPS09c Open may be configured for transmitting the GPS NMEA message you need through an RS232 stream.
NMEA DTM
NMEA GBS
NMEA GGA
NMEA GLL
NMEA GNS
NMEA GRS
NMEA GSA
NMEA GST
NMEA GSV
NMEA RLM
NMEA RMC
NMEA VLW
NMEA VTG
NMEA ZDA
NMEA TXT
The meaning of all these NMEA messages is described in www.nmea.org.
Both GPS09c Open and GPS09c Pro Open are proposed in two different mechanical versions.
Vehicle with carbon fiber roof or reduced glass surface may limit the GPS signal: the
Roof version of AiM GPS09c Open is specifically designed to avoid signal loss.