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Friday, February 09, 2007
F-Tech Solar MT

2. Package

For our testing purposes, F-Tech sent us the retail package which includes:

  • the Solar 2.5MR receiver
  • an AC power adaptor
  • a cigarette lighter adaptor
  • a battery
  • and finally a CD-ROM with corresponding software and user's Manual.

The current price for the product is around US$99.99, as found around the net.

The F-Tech Solar 2.5MR GPS receiver is slightly bigger than the BT-338, an improvement over the previous generation:.

On the top are the power on/off switch, three LEDs and the charger input. On the left side is the external cable jack (MMCX compatible).

Looking on the underside, we find information about the product, like S/N and the exact model identification.

There three LEDs have the following behaviour:

The battery is a 1000mAh 3.7V




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