- Patent pending AUTO ON-OFF function makes you hands-free, once you place the device in place.
- Patent pending Easy-Place function makes the device steady, without sliding around the car.
- Wireless transmission positioning status up to 10 meters.
- High sensitivity receiver acquires 32 satellite signals in parallel, while providing first fast fix and low power consumption.
- Automatic baud rate setting, user does not need to do any selection.
- FLASH based program memory: New software revisions upgradable both for GPS and Bluetooth. (For distributor only).
- LED display status: The LED provides users with visible operating status for Recharging, Battery power level, Bluetooth and GPS. No extra devices needed.
- Rechargeable Li-ION battery provides long duration use.
For our testing purposes, Rikaline sent us the retail package that includes:
- GPS-6033 (Bluetooth GPS Receiver)
- a lithium-ION rechargeable battery
- a travel charger (110V/230V)
- a car cigarette adapter
- two easy-place pad
- a documentation CD
- warranty card
- a quick installation reference
The current price for the product is around US$85.95, as found around the net.
The contents of the retail package are showed below:
Looking at the device, on the front there are three LEDs which show device status. The Auto/on/off and power jack are located at the top.
On the bottom, we find the external antenna jack
Also on the bottom, we find the battery cover, which has a rubber surface to make the device stable when placed on the car dashboard:
The three LEDs are constantly lit when the device is operating. Other functions can be found in the following table:
Putting the Rikaline and its rival BT-338 side by side, we can see that the Rikaline is larger:
The included Li-Ion battery is rated at 3.7V with 1000mAh capacity.
Removing the battery cover we can find some info about the Rikaline GPS-6033: