Heerbrugg, Switzerland: Leica Geosystems announced availability of GR25 GNSS Reference Server. The company claimed that it is more than just a reference receiver. With integrated internal and external device management, multi-user management, high end security, modular and scalable design, the GR25 GNSS Reference Server will grow with users’ needs and keep their GNSS applications and networks fully up to date. The newest member of Leica Geosystems’ trusted GNSS Spider family is designed for numerous permanent and semi-permanent GNSS network installations and monitoring applications including RTK and static networks, single base station, field campaigns, structural monitoring, atmospheric and seismic studies and offshore positioning.
Designed to withstand the most demanding environments the Leica GR25 provides a fully rugged IP67 housing with no additional multi cables. It allows easy and professional installation, with well-spaced rugged connectors, including the Ethernet port. A built-in display and keypad allows configuring and performing basic setups and operations without the need of a controller or PC.
The Leica GR25 provides unique and versatile mounting options including a 19” IT rack kit. It supports a truly plug and play out of the box setup and configuration over existing DHCP LAN.
Its Intelligent Power Management has four configurable power sources including two external inputs, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and a removable internal battery with charger that can provide up to 20 hours of data logging backup. The integrated slot in communications port and device management allow communication backup without the need of an external UPS for up to 16 hours with GPRS/UMTS.
The new Leica RefWorx Onboard Software with a built-in web interface allows the system to be configured via Internet (LAN, WLAN, GPRS, UMTS), USB and Bluetooth. It supports 28 languages and all common web browsers.
The Leica GR25 provides flexible data management with the best choice of storage options. Many years of data can be stored on the removable SD card (up to 32GB) or on an external USB disk. Independently create up 10 mixed loggings sessions (MDB, RINEXv2 and v3, Hatanaka) and push them to a variety of FTP locations.
Source: Leica Geosystems