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Safety
Introduction 1
Related Information
Technical Assistance
Your Comments
I5700 GPS RECEIVER
Overview 2
2.1Introduction
2.2Features
–RTCM SC-104 input and output
2.3Use and Care
3.2Parts of the Receiver
CompactFlash port
3.4Postprocessed Setup
3.1Pole-Mounted Setup
3.1Backpack Setup
3.1Other System Components
30.3 CompactFlash cards
General Operation 4
4.1Introduction
4.2Button Functions
4.3LED Behavior
43.1 Logging/Memory LED
43.4 Battery 1 LED and Battery 2 LED
4.4Starting and Stopping the Receiver
4.5Logging Data
45.1 Logging internally
45.2 Logging to a Trimble controller
4.6Resetting to Defaults
4.7Formatting a CompactFlash Card
4.8Batteries and Power
48.1 Battery charging and storage
48.2 Operation with the TSC1/TSCe controller
48.3 Power output
Configuration 5
5.1Introduction
•Configuring the receiver in real time
5.2Configuring the Receiver in Real Time
5.3Configuring the Receiver Using Application Files
5.4Application Files
54.1 Special application files
Default application file
Current application file
54.2 Timed application files
54.3 Applying application files
54.4 Storing application files
54.5 Naming application files
Transferring Data 6
■Transferring Data
6.1Introduction
6.2Connecting to the Office Computer
6.3Transferring Data
6.4Transferring Files Directly from a CompactFlash
6.1Deleting Files in the Receiver
6.2Supported File Types
Software Utilities 7
7.1Introduction
7.2GPS Configurator Software
72.1 Installing GPS Configurator
70.1 Configuring the 5700 receiver
7.1Configuration Toolbox Software
71.1 Installing Configuration Toolbox
70.1 Creating and editing application files
7.1WinFlash Software
71.1 Installing WinFlash
70.1 Upgrading firmware
70.1 Adding frequencies for the 450 MHz internal radio
70.1 Configuring the internal 900 MHz radio setup
Specifications 8
8.1Introduction
8.2Physical Specifications
8.3Positioning Specifications
8.4Technical Specifications
GSOF (Trimble Binary Streamed Output)
Default Settings 9
■Default Settings
9.1Introduction
9.2Default Settings
9.3Resetting to Factory Defaults
9.4Examples
94.1 Default behavior
94.2 Power up settings
94.3 Logging after power loss
94.5 Application files
Cables and Connectors 10
10.2Port 1, 2, and 3 Connectors
Pin Pinout function
10.3Power/serial data cable
10.4Event Marker/1PPS Cable
10.5GPS Antennas and Cables
Event Marker Input and 1PPS Output 11
11.2Event Marker Input
112.1 Enabling and configuring event marker input
111.1 1PPS pulse definition
111.2 ASCII time tag definition
111.3 Enabling and configuring 1PPS output
I5800 GPS RECEIVER
Setting up the Receiver 13
13.2Parts of the Receiver
13.3 Setup Guidelines
133.1 Environmental conditions
133.2 Sources of electrical interference
13.4Pole-Mounted Setup
13.1Other System Components
131.2 Cellular modems and external radios
•5800 receiver
General Operation 14
14.2Button Functions
14.4Starting and Stopping the Receiver
145.2 Logging to a Trimble controller
14.6Resetting to Defaults
14.7Batteries and Power
147.1 Battery charging and storage
•configure the receiver in real time
15.2Configuring the Receiver in Real Time
15.3Configuring the Receiver Using Application Files
15.4Application Files
154.1 Special application files
154.2 Applying application files
154.3 Storing application files
154.4 Naming application files
Software Utilities 16
16.2GPS Configurator Software
162.1 Installing GPS Configurator
160.1 Configuring the 5800 receiver
16.1Configuration Toolbox Software
161.1 Installing Configuration Toolbox
160.1 Creating and editing application files
16.1WinFlash Software
161.1 Installing WinFlash
160.1 Adding frequencies for the 450 MHz internal radio
160.1 Configuring the internal 900 MHz radio setup
Specifications 17
17.2Physical Specifications
17.3Positioning Specifications
17.4Technical Specifications
Default Settings 18
18.2Default Settings
18.3Resetting to Factory Defaults
Cables and Connectors 19
19.2Port 1 and 2 Connectors
19.3Power/Serial Data Cables
NMEA-0183 Output A
■NMEA-0183 Outputs
A.1Introduction
A.2NMEA-0183 Outputs
A.3Common Message Elements
A.4NMEA Messages
GGATime, Position, and Fix Related Data
VTG Actual Track Made Good Over and Speed Over Ground
ZDA UTC Day, Month, And Year, and Local Time Zone Offset
RTCM Output B
■RTCM Output
B.1RTCM Output
B.2Message Scheduling
Troubleshooting C
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