Deluo GPS Hardware Review Deluo Hardware Review This review covers the various hardware GPS products from. There are reviews for the, The and the for the CF receiver. 1.83 meter to inches. There is a separate software review for the Deluo product. The CF receiver The Compact Flash GPS Navigation System is a bundled product that includes the routis software, a CF GPS (Module GPSCFD), and an external antenna. The newest CF receiver from Deluo is made by Fortuna and has replaced the earlier model made by Holux in this bundle but the Holux unit is still available separately.
Oct 17, 2017 - GPS USB 1. Can You Cough Crack Rib Treatment. Following numerous e mails received I will try to give the correct. May 01, 2006 I have a usb gps made by Everwood (GM-307). It uses a driver called PL-2303 to create a virtual com port. This way all gps programs can use the gps.
This receiver is a slightly modified version of the PocketTrack made by Fortuna. I have a of this product. The receiver I tested included WAAS/EGNOS support and the 3D bug mentioned in the review was fixed. It is an excellent CF unit and will work in a car using the internal antenna if mounted near the windshield. It can use an external antenna for easier mounting choices or for cars that have a metalized sun screen embedded in their windshield. For PC use you can plug the CF receiver into a CF to PCMCIA adapter made for this purpose and install the drivers located on the Rand McNally CDROM that is supplied with the unit. There are drivers for Win98-2000 and for Win XP.
Using an external antenna is recommended in this case as it is usually difficult to locate a laptop in a suitable area for GPS reception. If you happen to have a pocketpc with a PCMCIA adapter you an also use on of these CF to PCMCIA adapters but no driver installation is required. External Antenna The external antenna supplied with the Compact Flash GPS Navigation System (extra cost if the GPSCFD is purchased separately) is a small (1.75' x 1.75') black mouse like antenna with a 5 meter cable terminated in an MCX connector. It is light weight (about 3 oz including the cable) and has a strong magnet built into the base. It is easy to just stick on the roof of a car and snake the cable in through the door jam. It does increase the reception and is especially useful when using WAAS to avoid any blocked signals caused by the roof of the car.
With its light weight it is also suitable for use while hiking. Just place in on top of your cap with a metal washer inside. The magnet will hold well to the washer in this configuration and permit the iPAQ to remain protected in a belt case or comfortably in your hand without worrying about reception. The long cable can be a bit of a hassle in this case. The antenna is waterproof.
The Universal GPS Mouse The GPSUN arrives with a CDROM and various power cables depending on what was ordered. The CDROM include drivers for the GPS and a copy of the product which is reviewed separately. This review will focus on the hardware components. This product can also be purchased in a bundle with Routis software. This product, shown on the left, will work on a PC, a Mac, a PocketPC, or a Palm. There are many power options which can be ordered as part of the product for standard serial ports, USB ports, or specialized PocketPC or Palm devices.
The reviewed product was tested using the iPAQ adapter, the pc cable adapter, and the USB adapter. Each adapter provides power for the GPS and data interface to the device. In the case of the iPAQ adapter it also provides power for the iPAQ from a 12-Volt car accessory outlet. This is also true of most other PDA configurations. Mounting The GPS has only a 2.5 x 1.5 inch footprint and is 7/8 inches thick. It comes with a 3 meter white cable that is terminated in a standard 9 pin D-connector. I would have preferred a darker cable as white tends to reflect on the windshield a bit when draped across the dash.
It has a magnet inside that will mount directly to the dash if it is metal or it can also be mounted with the supplied velcro dot if the dash isn't metal. The unit is small and not particularly well shielded so unless your dash is metal you will need to find a spot to mount it where there is no electrical interference from your car.
A tin-can lid could even be used to provide a place to attach the unit and will provide some shielding and a ground plane for the antenna if it is grounded. You might be tempted to mount it outside the car on the roof for example. Mounting to the roof will improve reception but the supplied magnet is not strong enough to ensure that it won't come lose at highway speeds.
It makes a terrific racket if it comes loose while driving down the interstate until it finally attaches itself again. You could use a disc magnet to attach to the roof and then attach the two magnets together to improve the mounting. Another problem with mounting it outside is that it will not withstand a heavy rain. The two halves of the case are only pressed together and not sealed. You can improve this using a piece of electrical tape to seal the connection. Should water get inside you can restore operation by carefully prying the two pieces of the case apart and then drying the inside carefully.
The cable itself is plenty rugged for outside mounting. Hooking it up As mentioned the end of the cable is terminated in a 9 pin D-connector.
The user will then add whatever adapter is required to hook this connector to their computer. For example my iPAQ 3970 has a cable adapter that is Y shaped. One end mates with the D-connector, one end mates with the iPAQ serial (hotsync) connector and one end is terminated in a 12-Volt adapter plug. The adapter plug reduces the power down to the voltage needed to power both the GPS and the iPAQ so all of the power and signal needs are met in this one cable. This cable worked well except that they had placed the plastic shell backwards on the iPAQ end so that I have to remember to turn it around each time.
They have lots of Y cable adapters for various models of pocketpc's and palm's. For the pc there are two cable choices. A serial port adapter permits plugging the unit directly into a 9 pin D-connector while provided a T connection to pick up power from the keyboard/mouse ps2 bus connector. And finally for units that only have a USB port there is a USB port adapter. This provides the electronics to adapt the the serial port on the GPS mouse to USB. It also supplies power to the GPS via the USB connection.
This is the only adapter that requires a driver which can be found on the Rand McNally CDROM that comes with the unit. For XP systems just plug the adapter into a USB port and an install wizard will start up. Insert the CDROM and the wizard will locate and install the driver automatically.
For me the driver picked COM-5 for my serial connection but this may vary for other systems depending on what else is hooked up. The Rand McNally software will find the port automatically when the GPS option is started. There are USB drivers supplied for XP, Win98-2000, and Macs. No driver is needed for Linux boxes. Using the GPS Once you have it mounted and hooked up you can then use it with the supplied software or any software that supports NMEA GPS operation. When you first turn it on (apply power) a red led light on the side of the unit will start flashing. Once the ephemeris data is collected and a position computed, about a minute or less, the led will turn solid and remain this way for the rest of the session even if you subsequently lose a lock.
The unit does have a rechargeable backup battery for the GPS almanac so, unless you move more than 300 miles before turning it on, it should provide rapid locks. It may even seem more rapid than this since the clock starts the instant it receives power and does not wait until the application starts. (The very first time you power it up in a brand new location it will take longer, of course.) The chipset is from and seems to be based on their GM-305 product. However, the Evermore site documentation is out of date as the tested product included corrections for geoid separation and magnetic variation which means it can support true MSL altitude and compass headings if desired. As shipped the product supports NMEA messages GGA, GSA, GSV, and RMC at a once per second rate. This should satisfy any of the programs I have seen. Is a sample stream.
This GPS will perform really well in an open environment normally associated with cross country driving. It performs with a bit more difficulty in tougher terrain like forested areas or urban canyons. Having a ground plane under the unit will really help its reception.
It will try really hard to maintain a lock and will work for a few seconds even with only 2 satellites in view although the accuracy is generally not as good under these conditions. With 2 satellites it seems to do a form of dead reckoning with a preset last known altitude and a dependence on the local clock which continues to be accurate for a little while using the last known corrections. On Routis this can and will sometimes cause an off-road error message. Conclusions The universal GPS Mouse from Deluo is an inexpensive product that performs well. It offers a solution that is well integrated with a laptop or PDA via a common power/data cable for a complete solution in a vehicle. Since it has no source of power it does need an external cable connection to power. Other GPS receivers Deluo offers other models of GPS receivers including the Holux CF GPS receiver and a new bluetooth model made by Fortuna but I have not reviewed them.
Final Note I have obtained comments on this review from Deluo to ensure that it is technically accurate, but the opinions and ideas are mine. all rights reserved.
ABOUT SSL CERTIFICATES
|Compatibility:||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10|
|Download Size:||3.4 MB|
|Available Using DriverDoc:||Download Now|
Download driver joystick xtech xg 881d. Chapter 1 hardware compatibility list for solarisjan butuh driver joystick x tech inferno xg 881d gamepad double 015 Download Click here to DOWNLOAD Download Driver Joystick Usb Z Com Xg 900 Driver For Win7; Download Win 8 Vga Msi 865g Gvm3 V Drivers; Download Driver Drivers List: x-tech joystick driver. Netwize model xg-1100. Gan,ane dulu beli joystick double merek x-tech model xg-881D ane instal driveny di win xp bisa,setelah 5bulan ane pake buat laptop 5hari bisa jalan tapi pas ane colokin lagi malah ada tulisan usb not recognized,laptop ane pake win7.ane juga pas pake di laptop kaga instal driver,cd driver ane udah ilang entah kemana,gimana gan solusinya,pas ane tancep ke pc juga sama tapi malah idup mati lampu. [help] butuh drivers joystick x tech model xg-881d. Agan2 yang baik hati,,,,ane btuh drivers joystick.uploadtin dunk,,,klo ada kasih linknya,,,ane ubek2 mbah google gak ada help gan. Download driver joystick usb x tech xg 881d Download Click here to DOWNLOAD Download Driver Joystick Usb Z Com Xg 900 Driver For Win7; Download Win 8 Vga Msi 865g Gvm3 V Drivers; Download Driver Mouse A4 Tech Oct 30, 2000 Download: Driver Joystick X Tech. Posted by Nataly at 10: 17 AM Sep 20, 2012 Driver compatible with driver joystick x. Jika ada yang bertanya kegunaan driver ini yaitu untuk menghubungkan stick/joystick ke pc.
This page contains information about installing the latest Magellan GPS driver downloads using the Magellan Driver Update Tool.
Magellan GPS drivers are tiny programs that enable your GPS hardware to communicate with your operating system software. Maintaining updated Magellan GPS software prevents crashes and maximizes hardware and system performance. Using outdated or corrupt Magellan GPS drivers can cause system errors, crashes, and cause your computer or hardware to fail. Furthermore, installing the wrong Magellan drivers can make these problems even worse.
Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating Magellan device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading the Magellan GPS Driver Utility. This tool will download and update the correct Magellan GPS driver versions automatically, protecting you against installing the wrong GPS drivers.