I was wondering if you can connect dgps receivers like the Garmin GBR-21 to the 76cx series. I know in the past there has been an option for RTCM connections on previous 76 series units, but it seems to be gone for the interface options, yet the specifications i have found online for the unit includes RCTM input. Can anyone shed some light on this?
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DGPS stands for Differential Global Positioning System. DGPS
achieves enhanced accuracy since the reference and user receivers both
experience common errors that can be removed by the user. Position errors less
than 10 meters are typically realized.
Leica locator with DGPS capabilities? Leica still manufactor advanced military systems under the Swiss brand name of Vectronix which is part of the Leica group. Are you after a laser locator or a rangefinder such as the discontinued 7x42 Geovid. The Geovid is still available but no longer has the electronic compass. The original never did connect to a DGPS PC only the Leica Vectronix Vector could. None of these models will locate a laser only use a laser to calculate distance. Current Geovids range to 1200 meters and the Vectronix 21 will range to 12 Kilometers. Unless you are a certified government customer the Vectronix 21 you will not be able to purchase. Newcon have models that allegedy exceed 2000 meters that are made in Russia and depending on the model can be had for a few thousand dollars. The Leica Geovid 8, 10 or 15 power can be had for around 2.5 thousand to 3 thousand dollars and is an excellent robust unit. It will not connect to a PC for GPS sync though.
I also have the Nautilus & the processor just isn't as fast as the newer units. You can adjust the track up mode to only refresh when the rotation of the map is over a cert amount, degrees, (resloution angle) if you have it set to a low value it will continually keep the route dead up & constantly refresh.
See section 4.3 Map orientation in the manual.
On the route reversal are you getting the pop up screen that alerts you that the route has been reversed?
I assume you have a manual?
I am actually contemplating selling my unit as I have a Garmin 478 from work & the screen is much easier to read in the bright sunlight. I had my Sitex on my Grady which had a bimini, but my Mako CC does not & the sunlight washes it out.
I'm thinking $375 for the whole unit with a wide area chart of MA.
sounds like the problem is with the pilot. You may be expecting too much from nav mode
you should check the antenna connector on the WAAS issue
on VX2, are you marking a good bottom on the sonar screen, but have no digital overlaid?
never seen it, must be a BB thing