The RS150 GPS is a high performance, 72-channel, remotely mounted GPS sensor for Raymarine navigation systems. The RS150 offers fast 10Hz position updates and enhanced accuracy. The RS150 is also a GNSS receiver and supports the GLONASS global navigation satellite system.
RS150 Key Features
- 72-channel GPS receiver.
- Fast 10Hz position updates.
- Satellite differential GPS-compatible. Space-Based Augmentation System (SBAS) enabled with WASS, EGNOS, MSAS and GAGAN support.
- A GNSS receiver with GLONASS compatibility.
- Low power consumption: 30mA (1 LEN).
- SeaTalkng and NMEA2000 compatible (using a device net adapter cable).
- Designed for low profile surface mounting or optional pole mounting.
|Display||Do you require an external GPS antenna or GPS sensor?|
|aSeries, cSeries, eSeries and eS Series MFD with integral GPS||Typically, you do not require an external GPS because your Multifunction Display incorporates an integrated GPS receiver.|
However, there are some circumstances when you may require an external GPS antenna or sensor—for example within a steel wheelhouse where the Multifunction Display will not receive GPS signals.
The optional GA150 remote GPS antenna and the RS150 GPS can be used with the following multifunction displays when an external sensor is required:
aSeries a95 / a97 / a98 / a125 / a127 / a128
eS Series eS97 / eS98 / eS127 / eS128
The following multifunction displays can use the RS150 when an external GPS antenna is required:
aSeries a65 /a67 a67/ a75/ a77 /a78
eS Series eS75 /eS78
All legacy c Series and e Series
|gS Series MFD||gS Series systems require a Raymarine RS150 GPS external sensor as part of the network.|
|Legacy E Series Widescreen (E90W, E120W, E140W)||The E Series Widescreen displays do not have an integrated GPS and can use the RS150 connected via a SeaTalkngbackbone.|
|Legacy C Series Classic (C80, C120) E Series Classic (E80, E120)||Raymarine Classic Multifunction Displays require a SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng converter to connect an RS150.|
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Raymarine RS150 GPS Sensor Specifications
|Item||RS150 External GPS Sensor|
|Nominal supply voltage||12V D.C. Powered by N2K bus|
|Operating voltage range||8 – 32V DC|
|Power consumption||30 mA max (NMEA LEN = 1)|
|Operating temperature||-13ºF to 131ºF (-25ºC to +55ºC)|
|Relative humidity||max 93%|
|Supported connection protocols||SeaTalkng: NMEA 2000 (certified) (via DeviceNet adaptor)|
|Sensitivity||High sensitivity – acquisition down to -163dBm|
|No. of channels||72|
|Positioning System||GPS & GLONASS|
|Satellite Differential Type||WAAS (United States); EGNOS (Europe); MSAS (Japan); GAGAN (India)|
|Position accuracy (95%)||<15m|
|Position accuracy with SDGPS (95%)||<5m|
|Speed accuracy (95%)||<0.3kt|
|Time to first fix from cold start||<2 minutes (< 45 seconds typical)|
|Time to first fix from hot start||< 8 seconds -72 hour hold up battery allows for hot start|
RS150 Ordering Information
|Item||RS150 GPS Receiver|
|E70310||RS150 GPS Receiver|
|A80370||Pole Mount Adapter Kit|
|A06072||6m SeaTalkng white spur cable|
RS150 – What’s in the box?
The RS150 is available with the features, options, and accessories described below.
Refer to the packing list enclosed with your RS150 shipment to determine the actual contents of your package.
- GPS receiver unit
- Mounting seal
- SeaTalkng spur cable (3 metres)
- M4 x 40mm Threaded studs x 3 (used for surface mounting)
- Finger nuts x 3 (used for surface mounting)