Load image into Gallery viewer, Stonex S850A GNSS - Made in Italy
Load image into Gallery viewer, Stonex S850A GNSS - Made in Italy
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SKU: B10+160202

Stonex S850A GNSS - Made in Italy

Vendor Stonex
Regular price $12,100.00
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*Includes IMU Tilt Unlock & UHF Radio Unlock*
S850ANew GNSS Receiver


Equipped with an advanced 800 channels GNSS board and capable of supporting multiple satellite constellations, including GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU, GALILEO, QZSS and IRNSS. Stonex S850A GNSS receiver is an ideal solution for any surveying field work.

S850A has also L-Band correction. The advanced receiver design gives to the S850A an excellent signal tracking ability and interference resistant capacity. Advantages of portability and speed of operation make S850A GNSS receiver particularly suitable for fieldwork in areas of complex terrain.

Stonex S850A is equipped with Linux OS and all the necessary connections like integrated Bluetooth and internal Wi-Fi functionality. There is a built-in UHF radio, and a worldwide compatible 4G GSM modem.

Stonex S850A integrates also the new IMU System that allows tilted measurement (TILT) up to 60°: quick initialization, fast and precise survey.



    Stonex S850A with its 800 channels, provides an excellent on board real time navigation solution with high accuracy. All GNSS signals (GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU, GALILEO, QZSS and IRNSS) are included, no additional cost.


    On S850A is available the IMU technology. Fast initialization, up to 60° inclination.


    Stonex S850A is delivered with a large capacity lithium battery and Type-C connector to recharge it easily.


    S850A has an integrated UHF radio, and through the 4G GSM modem a fast internet connection is guaranteed.


    With IP67 Certification Stonex S850A will ensure operations in various types of extremely harsh environments.