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SL869-V3 GNSS Module


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SL869-V3 is a multi-path GNSS navigation receiver with external MEMS support for automotive and other demanding applications.

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SL869-V3 GNSS Module Datasheet

SL869-V3 GNSS Module User Guide

The SL869-V3 is designed without compromises to deliver the best pure GNSS tracking performance. The SL869-V3 is equipped with the ST Microelectronic Teseo III core and is able to track GPS, Glonass, Beidou and Galileo constellations. It supports A-GNSS onboard generation as well as A-GNSS server-generated file injection.

The SL869-V3 includes a number of communication ports like UART, I2C. The I2C port is available to support external sensors.

The embedded flash memory allows firmware upgrades and customization.

The embedded TCXO ensures stable top tier performance over the entire temperature range.

The SL869-V3 is as a pure GNSS sibling module of the SL869-ADR. The SL869-V3 is also pin-to-pin compatible with the SL869 and SL869-V2. While SL869-ADR is equipped with Dead Reckoning software and internal 6-axis MEMS sensor, the SL869-V3 is equipped with a pure GNSS navigation engine without embedded MEMS to provide a low cost solution that enable customers to scale down the application keeping the same command interface at the SL869-ADR.

The SL869-V3 is an ideal platform for high demanding applications like Automotive, Telematics, Metering.

Key Features

  • GPS, Glonass, Galileo and Beidou compatible
  • 16 x 12.2 x 2.4 mm LLC package
  • Supply voltage range: 3 - 3.6 VDC
  • Assisted GPS
  • 10Hz Navigation, SBAS, 1PPS
  • UART, I2C

Key Benefits

  • Multi-constellation allows accurate navigation in harsh environments such as urban canyons
  • AGPS support via Extended Ephemeris injection as well as Extended Ephemeris on-board generation for fastest TTFF
  • Compatible with JN3 and popular 12 x 16mm industry standard footprint