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Monday, September 18, 2006
Evermore DL-200BT

1. Introduction

Apart from GPS devices, Evermore also manufactures GPS loggers. These are stand alone devices that can log your route, and afterwards be used to show valuable information through software like Google Earth. We had the chance to test Evermore's flagship, the DL-200BT, a dual device since it is a BT GPS and a data logger at the same time.

- Evermore DL-200BT

The DL-200BT has a wireless interface and uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to record vehicle movement, speed, route and duration of stops. The DL-200BT is driven by a 12-channel EverMore chipset, capable of storing up to 25,000 waypoints with WAAS/Egnos support and BT compatible interface.

This information can be displayed on GIS mapping with MapInfo format or data can be downloaded to a P.C. so the user can view vehicle activity in more precise detail. Additionally, the device can be used for navigation as a BT enabled GPS device.

- Features

  • Supports Wireless interface to PC/Notebook
  • Built-in patch antenna
  • Receiver, Twelve parallel tracking channels
  • Fast TTFF and low power consumption
  • On-board rechargeable battery sustained real-time clock and memory for fast satellite acquisition during power-up
  • Automatic cold start with no user initialization required
  • Large capacity for continuous records for 25,000 positions
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery, lasts for more than 6 hours of use

- Applications

  • Land/Marine Navigation
  • Telematics
  • Fleet Management
  • Asset Tracking
  • Timing Reference

- Used chipset

Evermore has developed the main chipset in-house, which has the following specifications:

General L1 1575.42MHz, C/A code, 12-channel, Carrier-Aided with HWTrack
Sensitivity -143 dBm minimum
Update Rate 1Hz
Accuracy Position : 15m CEP without S/A

Velocity : 0.1 m/sec without S/A
Acquisition Cold start : < 120 sec (typical)

Warm start : < 45 sec (typical)

Hot start : < 15 sec
Dynamics Altitude : -1000m to 18000m

Velocity : 500 m/sec

Acceleration : 4g
Reacquisition <100 msec
Datum 219 standard datum, default WGS-84
DGPS WAAS/EGNOS
WAAS Accuracy Position : 5m CEP

Velocity : 0.05m/sec
Protocol NMEA-0183 v2.2 , 8-None-1
Auto Adjustment Baud Rate 4800-115200 bps
NMEA Message GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, RMC, and VTG
Operation Temperature -20oC to +70oC
Storage Temperature -40oC to +90oC
Operating Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing
Antenna Built-in Patch Antenna / Option active antenna, MMCX jack
Interface Wireless Interface
Current Consumption 150 mA
Operation Time Up to 6 Hours after full charge
Power Switch System power switch except charge unit




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