The SO100 GNSS orientation sensor has combined both GNSS receiver & inclination sensor together. The GNSS
sensor that tracks GPS and Beidou delivers absolute azimuth data, while the inclination module delivers relative heading data, achieving high precision orientation of ±1°.
The SO100 is designed with the rapid development and global deployment of 5G. Installed on the top of the 5G antenna, SO100 measures accurate azimuth to maintain or adjust the coverage of 5G signal, which can guarantee and optimize the quality of telecommunication network.
As a long-term operation device for orientation monitoring, SO100 shows high stability, the MTBF (Mean time between failures) of which is more than 5000 hours. Additionally, with the IP67 proof level and superior lightning surge capability, SO100 displays stable and automatic performance in the field.
GNSS Positioning: ±5m horizontally
Accuracy: ±10m vertically,
±5m after 12hrs' convergence
Azimuth Accuracy: ±5° after 180s convergence
Inclination accuracy: ±1°, range -90°~90°
Positioning initialization time: 90s
Heading initialization time: 180s
MTBF: ≥5000 h
Supply voltage: 10V – 30V DC
Power Consumption: ≤ 2 W
Lightning Surge Capability: IEC 61000-4-5:2005
IEC 8/20uS 3KA ±5 times
Protocols: 3GPP B/AISG2.0/AISG ES-RAE V2.2.0 compliant
AISG Input Connector:
1 8-pin DIN Male, IEC6013-9 compliant
AISG Output Connector:
1 8-pin DIN Female, IEC6013-9 compliant
Interface Protocol Signal: RS-485
Commands: Hexadecimal commands based on HDLC subset,
in line with AISG standard
Interoperability Test: Support multiple telecom devices,
like Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei and etc.
Size: 320 mm×100 mm×33mm
Material Type: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Operating Temperature: −40 °C ~ +70 °C
Waterproof & Dustproof: IP67