ICP DAS USA, Inc. Introduces Modbus RTU Based GPS Remote Module

ICP DAS USA, Inc. introduces GPS-721-MRTU, a new Modbus RTU based GPS monitoring solution.

Online PR News – 23-May-2014 – Lomita/CA – ICP DAS USA, Inc. introduces GPS-721-MRTU, an exciting new Modbus RTU based GPS monitoring solution. It features high sensitivity, low power consumption an ultra-small form factor and can be mounted on a din rail. It can be used with Modbus RTU based control devices and SCADA software. The GPS-721-MRTU provides you with superior sensitivity and outstanding performance in the harshest environments. It provides users with one digital output and one PPS GPS output channel which puts out one 100 ms pulse per second. This GPS based product is communicable over RS-232 and RS-485. The PPS signal can be used for precise timekeeping and time measurement. You can combine the PPS function with another method as a time synchronization source.

GPS-721-MRTU can be a powerful GPS remote module and can be used with other systems through Modbus RTU protocol as well as a general purpose GPS module over an serial interface. It can be applied in Automotive Navigation, Personal Positioning and Navigation, Marine Navigation, and in Satellite Time Correction systems.

ICP DAS USA is a cost-effective leader in the U.S. industrial market; offering a stunningly competitive price/performance ratio, while catering to the latest solutions for current industrial trends. We seek to provide our customers with cost-effective, flexible, and easy-to-use solutions for their Data Acquisition and Embedded Control Applications. ICP DAS USA provides a great variety of products with modular and universal solutions for any scale application or projects.

To learn more about the variety of ideas and real projects integrated with ICP DAS hardware, visit our website at www.icpdas-usa.com, or give us a call, toll free, at 1-888-971-9888 and one of our engineers would be happy to assist in reviewing the project requirements, ensuring that the highest quality solution is presented in your final application.