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NEO-M8L Reihe

u-blox M8 ADR-Module mit 3D-Sensoren

Fortlaufende, genaue Navigation bei beliebigen Signalverhältnissen

  • Integrierte 3D‑Sensoren mit Geschwindigkeitsdaten vom Fahrzeug
  • Kontinuierliche Navigation, wenn kein Signal empfangen wird
  • Automatische Konfiguration der Skalierung (Radsensor/Geschwindigkeit)
  • Positionierung in Echtzeit bis zu einer Rate von 30 Hz
  • GPS/QZSS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo
  • 0‑ppm Programm für möglichst geringe Defektrate für den Typ NEO‑M8L‑03A mit Automotive Grade
NEO-M8L module
12.2 x 16 x 2.4 mm

Produktvarianten

NEO-M8L-0

u-blox M8 GNSS-Modul im LCC-Gehäuse
mit 3D Dead Reckoning und integrierten Sensoren,
Professional Grade
 

NEO-M8L-03A

u-blox M8 GNSS-Modul im LCC-Gehäuse
mit 3D Dead Reckoning und integrierten Sensoren,
Automotive Grade
 

ProduktvariantenNEO-M8L-0NEO-M8L-02A
GNSS-Funktionen 
GNSSBeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, GPS/QZSS
Anzahl der gleichzeitigen GNSS-Systeme3
Gleichzeitiges GNSS
OszillatorQuarz
Antenne 
Pin (aktiv) für externe Antenne
Pin (passiv) für externe Antenne
Bereich 
Global
Schnittstellen 
UART1
USB1
SPI1
DDC (I²C-konform)1
Elektrische Daten 
Mindestbetriebsspannung [V]2.70
Max. Betriebsspannung [V]3.6
Umgebungsdaten, Qualität und Zuverlässigkeit 
Maximale Temperatur [°C]85
Minimale Temperatur [°C]-40
Grösse [mm] 12.2 x 16 x 2.4
Funktionen 
Integrierter Sensor
Datenlogging
Programmierbarer Flash-Speicher
RTC Quarz
Sonstiges 
Märkte Automotive und Transport, Industrie, Unbemannte Fahrzeuge

Produktzusammenfassung

NEO-M8L Product Summary

20-Dec-2018

162 KB

Interface-Handbuch

u-blox 8 / u-blox M8 Receiver Description, Protocol Specification

28-Mai-2019

3.49 MB

Anwendungshinweis

GNSS Antennas: RF Design Considerations for u-blox GNSS Receivers

16-Oct-2019

1.39 MB
GPS week number roll-over workaround

08-Aug-2019

218 KB
u-blox GNSS drivers for Windows systems

18-Apr-2019

3.73 MB
Data, Clock (IODC) Value Selection Process and IS-GPS-200H Compliance Statement

15-Mar-2018

43 KB

CAD/CAE Libraries

Altium Designer Library (hosted on Github)
50 KB
CadSoft Eagle Library (hosted on Github)
50 KB
3D Step Models Library (hosted on GitHub)
74 KB

Freigabe-Information

u-blox GNSS Sensor Device Driver for Windows, v2.40

21-Dec-2017

129 KB
u-blox GNSS VCP Device Driver for Windows, v3.10

01-Nov-2017

126 KB

Treiber

u-blox GNSS Sensor Device Driver for Windows, v2.40

01-Nov-2017

4.95 MB
u-blox GNSS VCP Device Driver for Windows, v3.10

01-Nov-2017

5.47 MB

Anwender-Führungshandbuch

u-blox GNSS Sensor and VCP Device Driver User Guide

01-Nov-2017

1.87 MB
Selection guide for u-blox GNSS USB Windows driver

01-Nov-2016

354 KB

Informationsnotiz

GPS week number roll-over workaround for u-blox GNSS receivers

11-Sep-2019

79 KB
GPS Week Number Rollover u-blox Compliance Statement

14-Mai-2019

31 KB
NEO-M8L, NEO-M8U: New firmware available

15-Nov-2018

105 KB
NEO-M8L Automotive grade, version 03A-12

31-Aug-2017

118 KB

Produktänderungsinformation

NEO-M8L-0 firmware and support change in production

29-Aug-2017

115 KB
NEO-M8L-0-11 firmware and support change in production

11-Mai-2017

58 KB
NEO-M8L ADR4 FW upgrade PCN

09-Jun-2016

64 KB

Konformitätserklärung

NEO-M8L Declaration of Conformity (RED)

21-Mar-2019

216 KB

Übersicht

GNSS product line card

12-Aug-2019

292 KB
u-blox GNSS product overview

15-Mai-2019

548 KB

The NEO‑M8L standalone module combines the high performance u‑blox M8 concurrent positioning engine with u‑blox’ 3D Automotive Dead Reckoning (ADR) technology, thus providing 100 % coverage and continuous 3D positioning for road vehicle applications. The NEO‑M8L module provides high sensitivity, fast GNSS signal acquisition and tracking with low system integration effort. The module’s on‑board 3D accelerometer, 3D gyroscope sensors, and speed‑pulse input (hardware or message‑bus) deliver a complete solution for road vehicle ADR applications. u‑blox’ ADR and GNSS technologies deliver continuous, accurate positioning throughout the journey. Built‑in dead reckoning sensors in conjunction with speed information from the vehicle provide navigation both before GNSS signals are acquired and during periods of signal loss. In difficult urban signal conditions u‑blox’ tightly‑coupled navigation solution makes use of sensor data to deliver significant improvements in navigation accuracy during periods of unavailable or degraded GNSS signals. With the introduction of 3D sensing and signal processing (for both acceleration and direction), the navigation range already improved by dead reckoning in tunnels and urban canyons extends to accurate navigation in multi‑level highways and car‑parks. 3D sensing also enables flexibility in orientation of the receiver with respect to the vehicle frame. In addition, native sensor data is made available to the application and can be reused for vehicle specific applications such as driving behaviour analysis or accident reconstruction. NEO‑M8L is therefore the perfect after‑market dead reckoning product. The DDC (I2C compliant) interface provides connectivity and enables synergies and simple integration with most u‑blox cellular modules. u‑blox M8 modules use GNSS chips qualified according to AEC‑Q100 and are manufactured in ISO/TS 16949 certified sites. Qualification tests are performed as stipulated in the ISO16750 standard: “Road vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment”.