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Description: When a postage stamp is just too big, take a look at the MN5010HS. At 10x10mm in size, this is the smallest receiver we've ever sneezed and lost. With two serial ports, 36mA operating current, and high sensitivity, this miniscule receiver opens new doors for tracking. Module outputs the standard NMEA sentences at 4800bps. Please note this unit requires an antenna (which will be many times the size of the receiver itself) and has a tight 1.0mm pitch footprint. Checkout the size comparison between the EM-406A, Lassen iQ, Copernicus, and GR-10 (also 10x10mm)!
The MN5010HS has the same size and similar footprint to the MN1010. The MN5010HS has improved sensitivity, an integrated LNA, built-in RTC, and integrated single power supply making it very simple to use.
Note: To send a NMEA command to the module, you need to send a /r/n or hit Ctrl-Enter to send the command from a terminal program.
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Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 1.9mm (0.4 x 0.4 x 0.08")