The components include the Echomap Uhd 64Cv. With Bluechart G3. The Gt 24Uhd-Tm Transducer, Power/Data Cable, and Flush Mount are for the U.S. Bright, Sunlight-readable 6” combo. There is a GT 24 transducer for high-definition scanning and a high wide CHIRP traditional sonar. LakeV G3 inland maps have up to 1' of a lake in their coverage. Network support for autopilot, fusion-link audio system and engine data is provided by Nmea 2000 and NMEA 0183. The quick-release bail mount is easy to use. The quick-release bail mount is easy to use.
👤I mounted it with a rotating puck and the brackets are flimsy, I'm worried it's going to vibrate too much when I bang through chop in my classic whaler. Anyone who's ever ridden a classic whaler in chop knows what I'm talking about. We haven't had it on the water yet. I'm worried about it. It might have to be reinforced. It was kind of odd. My 1994 Humminbird was replaced by this. Bombproof screen. I can't compare the fish finder features to anything else, but they seem amazing to me, given what I'm used to. The charts look great. The charts I've been using from the NOAA are not as good. It's got a depth map for almost every lake around me. It's perfect for an inland fisherman. I was able to modify the chart display and set routes. The bells and whistles are crazy. I have a phone that I use for everything, but I also have an SD card that I put in it to save my depth data, and now I'm thinking about new boat upgrades, like an NEXA2000 RPM interface for my classic outboard and anAIS radio. I mostly bought it for the chartplotter and fish finder capabilities, which are outstanding so far.
👤We don't take the boat out without it. The maps are very accurate and the lake has a lot of submerged timber and sand bars.
👤I use the garmin 63cv for the maps and the smaller ff on my kayak. I fine the fish just as I do the extension.
👤It is very easy to use. Lowrance 5x was junk.
👤You can see the screen in the sun light.
👤Easy install and clear instructions make it work. It was a good experience, better than I expected.
👤The directions are hard to understand. The technical writing needs to be changed. The unit is easy to install.
All of the following models are compatible with the ASGPS NMEA adapter: SOLIX, HELIX, HELIX 10, HELIX 9, HELIX 8, HELIX 7 G2N, and G3N. HD DI combo, 959ci. HD XD combo, 1159ci HD combo, 1159ci HD DI combo, 1199ci HD SI combo. The receiver has a 3.25" diameter, 1.5" high and comes with 20' cable and a stem with a 14 thread count. The compatible Humminbird product requires software that is at least 6.570. The ASGPS NMEA cable is required for connection to SOLIX and ONIX Series. The ASGPS is required by APEX. InterLink will not work with this gps receiver. It is 1.5 inch high and comes with 20' cable. Fast position fixes are accurate within 2.5 meters.
👤I bought this unit to make my Solix 12 position information more accurate. It was mounted on a Ram D VHF antenna mount, which was perfect for my bass boat. There were no interference problems. I am using it to map the bottom of a historically significant bay. It allows me to run a parallel track with close spacing to make sure my DI and SI collections are fully covered.
👤Works as advertised. I put my Helix 12 SI up front. I now have a stationary heading indicator. The online video shows you how to program your Helix to use the external sensor instead of the internal one.
👤I mounted this unit on the rear deck. The chart is easy to navigate, and I am certain that the craft is going in a certain direction. It is worth owning. The only way to get there is with an antenna. I secured mine to the rear deck with a simple method. The satellites are able to see the antenna from several hundred miles above you. They can see over your shoulder.
👤I use my Helix 7 on my trolly motor to keep my heading on point.
👤Before drilling holes, be sure to try out the install location on your boat. The unit has a magnetic compass, so any motor, speaker or magnet will throw it off.
👤The accuracy is increased to within a few feet.
👤I have mounted this on my Polaris Ranger for ice fishing and will purchase a second for my boat. I was hoping for better accuracy in the gps, heading sensor, and speed areas.
👤Happy husband, happy wife, happy life? It was a good purchase. It is what it says it is. If you use Graphs to find the fish, you need one.
👤The product is authentic. Excellent price.
It is made in the USA. Long x 3.5′′ wide. The 600mm focal length and 90mm aperture fully coated glass lens creates stunning images and protects your eyes. Three eyepieces and a Barlow lens are included. The magnifying power of each eyepiece is tripled by the Barlow lens. The telescope has a tripod that allows for many different viewing positions. The tripod height can be adjusted from 31.5-inch to 49-inch. No tools are required for using a reflecting telescope. Their 12-month worry-free support and friendly customer service is what you get with the AZ90600 telescope.
👤You can buy a cheaper 90mm or 102mm. The scope can't do what the Meade can. The scope has shabby products. I threw mine in the trash since I didn't want to give anything to anyone else. The mounts single wand hand tracking system and finder scope are two large draw backs. The mount uses a single wand to move the scope both vertically and horizontally by hand, instead of using two separate mechanical systems. The wand system made it difficult to get a steady image, since the image in the eyepiece would also travel when the wand was locked. The best magnification for a planet was 67x. You have to use a different scope because the finder scope doesn't work. The front of the scope is where the business end of the finder is pointing. The focuser was moving quickly. Save your money and go somewhere else.
👤I love my telescope and it gives me great detail of the moon. The part where you tighten the scope to hold it in place sucks, especially when you find Saturn.
👤Absolutely love this telescope. I bought it for my fiancée as a gift, and he's been using it very well. As his son gets older, I'm sure he will love using it. It's a good thing. I'm happy that it comes with more than one lens. I like using it to see the mountains in the distance. It's easy to pack up and carry around if you want to travel with it, because it's lightweight. The telescope is wonderful for the price.
👤What a great product. My eyes can't see things that are far away. This product is big, but Moon is far from it. Hardware is strong to use and great for looking to space with. If not, buying products would be in order. Good times for the little ones. I would recommend you to friends.stars are 5? I'm thinking. Good.
👤I ordered a telescope in advance of the super blood wolf moon eclipse. The weather on the day is cloudy. The telescope works well and the quality is much better than I expected. When I was in college, I operated a real telescope worth millions of dollars. The image quality is comparable to this telescope when looking at the moon. The image of the telescope is a little bit shaking, but not a big dealer, because of the stability of the support, which is not a big deal. The 25mm lens does not cause the vibration. It is a great way to teach the kids about the moon. I can't stand the cold in the winter so I can't try other planets. I think I need to get an equatorial mount for that purpose. This is a good example of the value of the telescope. I'm very happy with the choice and expecting the summer to come soon that I can operate all night. I appreciate the accessories that come together, including a cellphone mount for showing-off on the social media and a remote shutter that works with my phone. It would be better if the DSLR camera adapter was included. I think it's great for school and scientific education. One would need an equatorial mount for more professional usage.
The handheld gps is reliable. The 2.2” sunlight-readable color display has a 480 x 320 display area. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the Topo Active maps. Tracking in more challenging environments is possible with the support of gps and GLONASS satellite systems. There is 8 gigabytes of internal memory for map downloads. A barometric altimeter and a 3-axis compass are added to the ETrex 32x. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries.
👤A lot of the negative reviewers didn't understand what they were buying when they ordered this. This isn't a replacement for your maps and it isn't intended to be. Some of the negatives are positive features. It was large. It's large, but it will take a lot more beating than a small smart phone. The shape makes it easier to hold in the hand. 2. There is no touchscreen. Have you ever tried to use your phone in the rain? Touchscreens are great in warm climates. It is designed for use in dirty environments. 3. The user interface is outdated. This sort of phone is similar to a 2008 cell phone. The layout is easy to set up and contributes to the battery life. 4. AA batteries. The eTrex doesn't have a rechargeable battery like every other electronic device. It's difficult to understand why they think this would be a good idea. If you're out on a long hike/camping/hunting trip for several days, it's unlikely that you'll have access to a charging port, which makes it easier to just pop in two new batteries when the old ones run out. 5. There is a memory capacity. The maps take up the entire integrated memory. You can buy a 32gb card for $6 and download as many maps as you want. There are lots of videos on how to do this. 6. There is no map detail. I haven't encountered any flaws with the maps, so unless you're trekking through Gates of the Arctic, you'll probably be covered on any state or local trails. 7. Inaccuracy of location. The registered location is close to where I'm actually standing. My cell phone is usually off by 50 to 100 feet. It's not the point of exactitude, it's to help you find your way back to your camp, etc. Being off by a few yards isn't a big deal if you're within sightline. There are 8. There are noroutable maps. It operates differently than your phone's map app. You type in the address and it takes you there. It's not clear why people think it won't. There are 9. The features and interface are confusing. I can't believe this one. There are lots of videos and articles on how to use features. I download AllTrails Pro trails into Basecamp and then export them onto the eTrex when I'm ready to go. I follow the trail on the device. There are two more When I go on a non-prepared trip, I use the eTrex to record my track and save it on the device, then I plug it into my computer and send it to Basecamp. Done. If you're outdoors a lot, you're willing to dedicate minimal time to understanding how to use it, and you understand that this sub-$200 gps that will last you for a decade is not intended to replace your $800+ cellphone.
👤The company is abysmal. The product they have created is straight out of the era of the Blackberry. They offer nothing in the handheld market that is close to a modern device. This piece of hardware and software is not good. I will return it. I didn't return the inferior Garmin that I have in my car, and it burns me up. Never again! The screen is tiny, and I have encountered other issues in my brief period of ownership. I need to hike in the desert. The screen is useless. My phone works in the same way with no glasses. - The best tech minds don't work for Garmin. - The screen gets bumped in your pocket and you lose battery life. You can't search for a location by state, it returns zero results. The method to change the order of items in the Main menu is different from the Route Planning menu. - The deleted tracks menu contains all the settings. What? There are no maps. The data is solid, so I give this 2 stars instead of 1 Since my return of this device, I have been using a solution. I wanted a dedicated device just for mapping, I hike extensively off trail. I bought a burner phone at a box store and it works without being activated. I disabled all the apps that I could. I bought and downloaded Gaia for mapping and route finding. You can download maps before you leave. You can get phone service if you don't have to download maps, but it will cost more. I made the device bulletproof by adding a protective case with a backpack clip and an external battery pack. The setup has been great. Gaia is awesome. There are maps on the screen. The hardware and software are easy to use. The accuracy is very good. I have access to a lot of maps. Finally, it's a cheaper option. It's shocking that the company that does this can't do it.
A built-in gps patch antenna. A built-in roof mount Magnet. 48 channels of all-in-view tracking SiRF Star IV is a gps device.
👤The NMEAGPS Receiver is used for applications. Does not provide location services to Windows. It was weatherized to handle all but submersion. It can be attached to many surfaces without damage. The body panels of a car are included. complies with the standards of the NMEA. The interface is a standardusb-to-serial The COM4 settings are used by the NMEA interface. There is no support for Windows location services. The device is an NMEA device. It will work in any location that works with NMEA, but no modern Windows applications. It is only IPX6 rated, meaning it is not truly waterproof. It can handle a lot of rain. Only one location update per second. This is not a 5hertz version. There's a software package that will connect to an NMEA device and create a Windows Sensor for use with location services. This is a software solution for the hardware manufacturer's lack of native software. There are some bugs. It works. The package in question is calledGPSdirect. My only problems are with the software. I know the device complies with the standards it claims to support. There are newer standards in 2015.
👤They started giving me times in 1905 after using these for a while. I get the correct date when I boot up. The receiver no longer responds and sends data after I tried to go back to the script I wrote. Until the date changes, it works well with gpsd. It works well, other than producing data that is useless. I'm not sure if we're talking about the same device. The one I have connects to a port at a rate of 5000 baud. A driver is needed to read serial data. Any application can read the data once the driver is installed, I wrote a Python script that opens the device and reads the "sentences". The first consideration is that the initial read could be a bit long. The reader has to sync with the stream, which is not difficult considering the second consideration, which is each sentence is terminated with two newline characters. When you get a full line that starts with a '$', you sync by reading. I can read the data from the receiver using "cat". The heading sentence is not generated by the receiver. The antennae is bulky, but magnetic.
👤This is my 3rd one. I use them on Windows 10 64 bit machines to do the time setting for some applications that I run. The mini-disk that comes with the puck has a utility. Your windows time is dead on if that utility is running. Turn off Windows internal time setting so they don't compete. Highly recommend the software. The program and gps ran 24x7 and the difference between Time.is and this was +0.011 seconds. I have an Amazon purchased gps repeater that is stuck on a broom handle against a window in my basement and I am seeing 7 satellites from it. The sensitivity is very good. The HDOP is 1.9 and thePDOP is 2.5. Anything below 4 is considered great.
The high performance gps and navigators. Without an internet connection or a monthly subscription, the utility of your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch is enhanced. Adds barometric altitude for pilots and raw barometer readings for boaters with a built-in digital barometric sensor. The data can be streamed directly to a PC or Mac. It adds easy access to recorded data logs, which can be up to 200 hours worth of storage. Your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch form is carrying the power burden of determining your position without a 24 hour battery. Without an internet connection or monthly subscription, the high performance gps receiver will enhance the utility of your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
👤When taxiing at large airports, I rely on the Bad Elf for position accuracy. I used this for a couple months without any problems after I bought it in December, and it locked onto satellites quickly. It became unreliable for no reason. I placed it in the cockpit, but it couldn't lock onto satellites. Sometimes it would work and sometimes it wouldn't. I don't know what to expect when I turn it on. It worked for most of my flight across the Atlantic, but for the last couple hours of the flight it wouldn't lock onto any satellites, even though it had them in view. Sometimes it will power off after a few minutes, even though the battery shows 3 out of 4 bars. My coworkers don't have these types of problems. Over the last few weeks, I have contacted Bad Elf, and they were very responsive, but they still didn't fix the problems. Bad Elf customer service will not return my emails, will not provide a replacement or repair, and will abdicate their responsibility in covering their product. The seller won't offer a return because it's past the 30 day return policy. I spent over $200 on a product that only works intermittently. I can not recommend this product, and I am not happy with Bad Elf customer service.
👤After I went into tunnels on road trips, my Pro+ stopped tracking and didn't reacquire again. It would power on out in the open and not find any satellites for an hour or so, and then it would magically pop in. Load an older firmware was what worked for me. I manually loaded the next older firmware, 2.1.43, after my unit came with 2.1.44. I ignore the bad elf app's upgrade notice because it's been rock solid. If I hold the button in while I power it on, the factory resets back to 2.1.44, even after I upgrade to the latest version. I have no problems with both 44 and 50 so far. If it helps someone else, please post it. I can report that the BadElf has worked perfectly every time I have powered it on since I reverted to the older version in October. When the gps signal is blocked, it regains lock right away. The BadElf has worked great using 2.1.43. I upgraded to the new BEGPS-2300-v2.1.52b0 and so far it's good. I will post an update if something changes. The BEGPS-2300-v2.1.52b0 was good for a while, but on my last long road trip it stopped tracking after 30 minutes, and it wasn't in a tunnel. Going back to 2.1.42.
👤I had to return the Bad Elf because it had a bad battery. I got a new one and within 4 months the gps screen went black and won't work at all. I had this for a while and Bad Elf said Tough Luck PAL! No help or ideas on how to fix it. I am an Airline Pilot and I am very grateful that this was not required equipment. Trust me when I say it is a waste of money. At airshows, where I fly a WW2 Warbird for exhibition purposes, I am often asked what kind of accessories I recommend. I warn those who are in the market to stay away from Bad Elf Products because they are trash and have no place in a cockpit. If you want to find your home while driving a moped, good luck, but you have been warned. I will give you my email address if you spend $200 on a Bad Elf product, and it will work just as well as anything they send you. You can not say you were not warned.
The wide area augmentation system allows your device to connect to several satellites and provide accurate and reliable gps coordinates within 2.5m, Max Speed of 1,150 mph and Max Altitude of 65,600 ft. You can greatly strengthen your gps signal on any device by connecting to it via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless Hundreds of applications can be added to your device if you can add accurateGPS to it. The battery life of the gps receiver is extended to 10 hours of continuous use and it comes with a charging cord, a strap and a non-slip pad. The 1 year warranty has high quality and reliability with hassle-free parts and excellent customer service. The dimensions are 2.24” W x 2.24” D x 0.75” H. The battery can be charged in 3 hours. Plug in to 12Volts of direct current source for continuous use.
👤I've been on my third unit since November. The first unit bricked after six months of ownership. After a few months, the replacement unit stopped charging more than 50%. The third unit will no longer be seen by any apps even if the iPhone connects successfully. What is the solution to dual? Wait for an update. A piece of hardware that worked before with multiple apps and no longer works with any of them is going to be fixed by a single app update. I'm not holding my breath. There was an update on February 27th. My third device has failed but will not be covered by a warranty. Two years ago. They don't stand behind their products because of a serious quality control issue. I wouldn't recommend this gps.
👤They managed to have a high review rate on this product. There were more than 4 stars on its page. The usage experience is terrible. It can't establish stable satellite connections, either onboard aircraft or walking on the street, about 80% of the time. There are not a lot of buildings around and they are not separated from each other. I have traveled around the world. The utility app on the phone needs to be opened to get position for the map. My colleague bought a similar device on the aircraft, which worked just fine, but it was not connected to the iPad. I put the left side of my helmet upside down almost every time I flew, because I didn't like the idea of it being upside down. We have the same version of the software, connection to pad devices worked fine, but mine took forever to establish satellites connection, no matter how I tried. This is a result of the comments. The one without cable is mine. I kept trying more and more and decided to come back and leave something here, but I don't know how deep the hole will be.
👤The XGPS160 track logs are not always up to date, and they have gaps of a couple of seconds with no position reports. The track logs did not have these gaps. I had to manually connect the XGPS160 to the phone each time. When the view to the southern sky was blocked by steep hillsides, the GLO was more accurate. The view to the WAAS satellites may have been partially or fully blocked. Maybe the GLO handles that situation better. The two devices had the same accuracy on the flats where the southern sky was not blocked. I used the XGPS160 logging mode with no connection to the iPhone to compare, but I used the GLO to record tracks. I drove through the Santa Cruz Mountains and the San Francisco Bay Area on the same routes. The tracks from the two devices were very close to the southern sky. When the southern sky was not visible, the GLO tracks were more close to each other and to the location of the roads. The XGPS160 tracks were close to the ground. The dual XGPS status tool is a nice utility, but it has some rough edges, like the fact that it never reported that the WAAS satellites were in use, even though the comparison with GLO suggested they were indeed being used by the XGPS160. The Trips page often has multiple tracks listed.
You can connect up to 5 devices at a time. Also compatible with the iPod touch 5th generation, the new iPad, and the new iPad mini. The large screen has a backlight. The datalogger has over 100 hours of tracking data. The reporting rate is 10Hz and the battery life is extra long. Rugged and splash-proof.
👤I am in need of a sub-meter accuracy gps, and have been doing a lot of research. If I had not had such a bad experience with their cheapest device, I would consider getting their $600 model. I'm going to pay hundreds of dollars to rent a real GNSS device, because there's no way I'm going to use another Bad Elf product. I know they didn't care about my experience, but I'm not interested in their high-end model because of it. It can get a slightly better fix than an iPhoneGPS, which is about 1-2 meters better accuracy. It is great to have it recording constantly and it can record a lot of points. It records wildly inaccurate locations (100s of meters off), or just records the point where I first turned it on, regardless of where I go. The communication between the app and the unit isn't reliable, which may be the crux of the problem. When I turn on tracking in the app, it will show it is enabled, but I will later learn it is not on the device. Even though it looks like it did, tapping Save POI often does nothing. Half the value of the device is that it can be in a backpack or resting on a survey monument within the range of the device, but I learned that it only gets at least one POI recorded if you tap it twice. I didn't get good data after I downloaded the recording and left the field. I contacted Bad Elf, and after a brief email exchange, it was obvious that this wasn't a bug but a hardware problem. I needed a replacement unit for crickets. I've sent several emails to see if I can get a response, but it seems like I'm stuck with a very expensive dud. I hope this review will save other people from the same fate. The sad thing was that I was considering getting the Surveyor version of it to get more accuracy, until I realized that they wouldn't stand behind their products.
👤I used this unit to log my location during my trip from the US to Cambodia, Vietnam, and Tokyo. The logging rate was set to 5 seconds. It was always on. The entire trip used 20% of the logging memory. It never failed to work for an entire day. It didn't charge on two occasions. It ran out of charge after 36 hours. It was able to keep lock on most flights, but not on the 787. I wish it used microusb. The battery indicator goes from all bars to one bar down. I would like to take trips with other devices than just the ones on the iPad. Maybe they could publish the protocol so someone else could implement it.
👤I like these units. They are small and have no memory or battery issues. It works with your phone and doesn't need a phone to log data. It is a great tracker. I use it to track where I have been. My negatives are accurate. Even with a dozen satellite locks, the average accuracy is closer to 4.5m. The best Bad Elf units I have ever seen were 9' and that was only for a couple points. I took a sample of a million points and saw 12 out of 12. The advertised 2.5m is far less than the less than. The only way to improve that is to upgrade to the GNSS which will cost you 3X more for an increase in accuracy of 5 or so feet. You can only export data in the outdated KML or GPX formats. Even with the accuracy issues, this is the best unit I have ever used for cost, size, and ease of use. It has been my go for over a decade and I will continue for many more.
Track and find your items with friends and devices in the Find. My app. A simple one-tap setup connects AirTag to your device. You can ask for help from the built-in speaker or play a sound on it. You can find your AirTag with Ultra Wideband technology. Hundreds of millions of Apple devices can be used to find items further away. My network. AirTag will be notified when it is found in the Find. My network. Communication with the find. The location data and history of my network are never stored on AirTag.
👤The pros are: There was no weight issues. There will be no issues with this on keys, bags, etc. A simple design that doesn't draw attention. The software is already on the current version of the IOS. The water has a rating of Ip67. It can take the rain even if it is in a deep puddle. It can hold against Mother Nature. It is painless to replace a battery. There is a Thank you Apple for not making your own battery. The battery is CR2032. These are usually cheap and last a year. You can find them at the checkout lines of both Walmart and Amazon. There is a The highlight of this device is the precision location feature. This feature will show you where the tracker is if you are in the area of your Airtag. I put my Airtag in a book under my bed, and my phone gave me visual directions to where to go. The speakers on it began to make a noise when I got near it. Sight and sound can be used to find your Airtag. One block away from the location, I left my Airtag near my colleague. I was shown where I left it when I turned on the lost mode. My Airtag was able to connect with my colleague's phone because of it. By putting it in lost mode, you can see where it was last seen by other Airtags and Apple phones. There is a My colleague was able to quickly scans my Airtag, revealing the contact info that I approved. The process took less than 20 seconds for him. There is a Your Airtag doesn't store your location data for public viewing. All information about your location is confidential. There is a If someone puts an Airtag near you, your phone will notify you if there is an Airtag nearby, even if you don't have an Airtag. It is the same as the one ring from the Lord of the Rings. There is a If you leave the device in a public place, the speakers on it will grab your attention and strangers will notice. There is a All Airtags that are separated from their owners will play a sound to alert people. There is a You don't need to have it on for your phone. It won't affect the battery usage of the phone. There is a You can have more than one Airtag on your phone. There is a If you borrowed a friend's bag, you can stop the alert on your end so it won't keep bothering you. There is a The Airtag's chime will be playing when I ask my Siri where my Airtag is. There is a The scanning feature works on all phones. The Airtag will reveal your contact info if you have an android device. Cheers to that. There are pros and cons. You will need to accept the scratch on the Airtag. The only advice I can give is to stick with the white color because it will hide some of the worse scratches. There is a It is small enough to fit in a wallet but large enough to be on a key chain. There is a The cost of the accessories is almost the same as the Airtag itself. There is a This will not work if you don't have an operating system. You can find the contact info by scanning an Airtag. There is a The device won't give you real-time tracking, so it's not a device to put on your dog or child. It depends on the connections with other phones to give an accurate location. There is a This device will not work if there is no iPhones in the area or if you travel into the world of nature. The good news is that there are billions of iPhones, but not every location will have one. There is a The Airtag can connect with my phone, but not lose the signal, on average. This is alright, I know it might be a bad thing for some. There is a You will not be able to share your location. If you are not in the area and someone you know is, it would be great to have this feature to help you find your lost item. There is a If you leave it behind, the Airtag won't alert you. You have to realize that you don't have the item, then use your phone to find it. There is a There was no built-in altimeter. If you lose your Airtag in a 20-story building, the Airtag won't be able to tell you the height of the building or the floor, even if they're in the same building. If the Airtag is too far away for my phone to connect with it, you are standing in a dead spot. You need to walk around until the Airtag can connect with your phone. The Airtag only works if there are Apple products in the area. Only the 11 and above versions of the Apple device are able to use the precision location feature. There is a Some countries will not work for Airtags, even if there are iPhones around. I was told that countries like Russia and Indonesia can be updated, but I need to keep an eye out. There is a The less remote you are, the less reliable the Airtag is. There is a If you have an Airtag, good Samaritans will reach out to you. This depends on where you live. The device is helping three types of people. The other is the one that keeps losing their stuff in public places. Two, the ones that lose their stuff at home every day, such as keys, purses, and stuff you can't leave the house with. A mix of both. The Airtag is not a real-time tracker. Don't attach this to your dog because it only works if the iPhones are in the area. You will get scratches on it as well. The tracking technology that is out there is similar to the precision location feature. It has the same flaws as well. The Airtag is an effective tracking device, requiring nothing more than an Apple device, which most already own. The layout was responsive, accurate, and useful. The precision location feature is a lifesaver if you need to find something quickly. I have a thumbs up to Apple in regards to the privacy issue. The fear of someone knowing your location is dead. Privacy is important for a device like this. The device is only built for the Apple community. I hope I helped you. Honest reviewer.
Add Gps. You can strengthen your Gps signal on any device by connecting via wireless. The free downloadable app provides accurate gps coordinates, position update rate change, and much more. Being able to add accurate gps to your device will allow you to use hundreds of available apps. The Gps receiver has a battery life of over eight hours of continuous use and comes with a usb charging cord. That will stick to most surfaces.
👤It works better than I anticipated. I have an older WiFi only iPad Mini that I wanted to use for navigation but it doesn't have built-in gps. When I connected my iPad mini to the dual XGPS105A via a wireless connection, it asked to download the accompanying app. The app is useful. It tells you the number of satellites you are connected to, the signal strength, position information, and the battery status. I turned it on in the house because I couldn't wait but I was able to connect to multiple satellites with ease. I thought I would have to go outside. With the gps locked and loaded, I tried out some maps. Both worked well. My weather radar map is now location enabled. Awesome. I have taken it down the road a few times now, about 100 miles total, without issue, but I will update this review once I have a longer road trip under my belt. I didn't expect to see the app mentioned in any of the reviews or forums. This thing is special. I can't wait to try it out against other devices, like a newer iPad, windows tablets, and some surveying equipment. I will report back, but so far it's been good.
👤Don't buy anything from AXXERA or DUAL. The unit will work for 25 times, then the internals will short out, killing the battery, but they will sell you another battery. Next year there will be some other name. They changed their names to keep up with consumer fraud. Don't buy anything made by these people. You will be sad.
👤I bought a gps receiver for my Jeep. This product works in conjunction with my Apple iPad and provides pin point accurate gps for any app you are using. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to connect to my iPad via BluTooth once I turn on the puck. This could be my fault. Overall very pleased! It's easy to charge up at home or in your vehicle. Very easy to use. I stuck a piece of tape to the back of the vehicle and it still works.
👤For almost two months, use the dual XGPS150A with my iPad 2. Since the iPad 2 didn't have a gps receiver installed, I decided to use the dual XGPS 150A, which is described in the technical documentation to receive 12 gps and up. The dual XGPS15A is a free navigation app that has a very simple and minimalist design. The dual XGPS150A receiver is small and has Haptics very pleasant. The gps is green. The Bluethooth connection is created relatively fast after switch on, but the GLONASS satellites are not supported, but they are displayed in the app, but they are crossed out. It happens in dense forests on winding roads and in large cities close to tall houses. When you're on foot in New York, Boston, and Chicago, the pressure point is non-tactile, so locating is almost non-existent. The dual XGPS150A would no longer splash water and dirt if you removed the plastic cover and cut a hole in the non-slip pad.
The ADS-B Kit is a pretty spartan one. The kit includes a fan controller, a battery pack, a strap, and a card that supports ForeFlight Synthetic Vision. It has a 30 day return policy and technical support. LIABLE INFORMATION: You can receive and display air-to-air traffic, data, and FIS-B weather with high-gain dmurray14 antennas. It's accessible. A window mount is included in the portable receiver. Provides traffic and weather information using an internal GPYesWAASGPS receiver and supports multiple iPad, iPhones, or Android tablets. It's perfect for iPad and tablets. The most recentware: The latest version of the software is loaded on the card. Plug in the included battery pack and you're good to go. COMPATIBILITY: Scout prices have the Stratus 2S function. The project was built using parts from the founder. It supports ForeFlight, FlyQ EFB, Navigator, WingX, Avnav, and other. Does not work with a navigation device. COMPATIBILITY: Scout prices have the Stratus 2S function. The project was built using parts from the founder. It supports ForeFlight, FlyQ EFB, Navigator, WingX, Avnav, and other. Does not work with a navigation device.
👤I am skeptical about this purchase. Buying from a small unknown company was a bit of a gamble for me, as Stratux is a do-it-yourself kit. I ordered it anyway, and I thought that if it didn't work, Amazon would be fine with that. I couldn't get the thing to sync up to my Ipad after it charged the battery pack. I thought it was impossible. I called the number listed on the instructions sheet to see if I could get help. Straight to the phone. I got a call back as I was about to go through Amazon's return policies. The guy is doing a great job. A military pilot and instructor. He just loves aviation. I was helped out over the phone. Highly recommend this company. He does it for the joy rather than the money. It was well spent.
👤This product is amazing. I can't emphasize enough how many times the Stratux has saved me and my students by helping us avoid traffic, as a CFI who flies 7 days a week in some of the busiest airspace in the country. Let's talk about the price first. The Stratux is the best deal if you're on a budget. If you can get all the features you need for less than half the price of a Scout, for example, why would you want to spend $500 or more on something? I have never had an issue with ForeFlight's internet connection. I haven't had an issue with the card since I had an issue with Sean, who resolved the problem in the most expedient manner, which is rare these days. I have flown for hours in the Texas summer weather and have had no issues, even when the weather is close to freezing. I bought another external battery just in case, because the external battery will power the unit throughout the day. The Stratux is a good choice for peace of mind and safety. I refuse to fly without my Stratux because it's an incredible tool that adds a massive layer of situational awareness. The CO2CREA Hard Travel Case is a must have for the Stratux to prevent it from getting damaged.
👤I was contacted by Sean at Crew Dog Electronics within an hour after some initial issues were thought to be related to the Stratux. I didn't even consider getting a resolution from Crew Dog Electronics because I had been over 30 days since I purchased the Stratux. I thought I had issues with the Stratux, I was on my own. I was mistaken. Sean at CDE was quick to assess the situation. Since the last update of the Foreflight platform, there have been some serious connection loss issues with the devices such as the Stratux and the Stratus 2. I'm not the only one who has lost their gps signal with an ADS-B receiver that is used in conjunction with Foreflight. Some of the people with similar issues are looking for other EFB platforms because this is a Foreflight issue and not a Stratux issue. Sean at Crew Dog Electronics offered to inspect, repair or replace my Stratux if there was an actual problem with the internal gps, and of course also addressed the loose antenna connection issue I mentioned in my initial review. I was pleasantly surprised. It's clear that Sean is passionate about his product and is quick to address any potential issues with the Stratux, even though he has had several email conversations with him regarding this issue. You can't beat that kind of customer service, even if it costs you about $1,000. After receiving the unit back from Crew Dog Electronics a few days ago, I was able to fly with it yesterday and it worked perfectly! The ForeFlight update was released after many complaints of loss of signal, but not a single issue post update. Crew Dogs Electronics included their new mount for the Stratux, which went on without a hitch on the flying lawnmower. Crew Dogs Electronics has total professionals and on top of their game. Cheers.
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