Garmin GPS 16x, HVS

January 14, 2019 - Comment
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GPS 16x HVS, MFG# 010-00258-63, High sensitivity 12 channel WAAS GPS sensor. NMEA 0183 output with RJ-45 connector. 12VDC input.The GPS 16x sensor features a high-sensitivity receiver, integrated antenna and rugged, waterproof design that makes it useful for a variety of OEM applications. The GPS 16x is a high-sensitivity GPS sensor that replaces the GPS 16.

Get Accurate Data
This high-sensitivity, 12-channel receiver continuously tracks satellites and reports your precise position. It also is WAAS-enabled, so it can determine your precise location to within 3 m (9.84 ft) without using an external DGPS beacon receiver.

Leave Interference Behind
The GPS 16x offers excellent EMI/RFI performance, so you can use it near mobile computing devices and wireless communications equipment without worrying about interference.

What’s in the Box
GPS 16x

Product Features

  • High-sensitivity receiver
  • Integrated antenna
  • Waterproof


Anonymous says:

Four Stars just as pictured. product arrived on time. quality is great

Anonymous says:

Ground the Yellow Wire! Needed it extremely quickly for a race in Nevada. Amazon came through with one-day shipping to my motel in the mountains. But then, when I wired it into my specialty racing computer, it didn’t work! What to do?!? It wouldn’t even produce a PPS timing signal even when separated from my circuitry! Then I decided to read the online manual very carefully (no documentation ships with the product itself). Turns out, the yellow wire is a remote power switch line – if it’s left floating, the…

Anonymous says:

Just what I wanted, except a bit large for tucking away in the vehicle’s rear deck. Excellent GPS: quick acquisition. The software for configuring it is POOR (I wrote software for a living for 40+ years) with no help file, but you should only need to use it ONCE. Further, on the Garmin web page for this device, the “FAQ” link is broken. The Garmin web site is a DISASTER in terms of organization; it’s easier to find stuff on the site by doing a general Google search and finding the link to the Garmin site. This is what happens when you let marketing people control the web…

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