A Quick Fix
Tracking GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou signals, the RS2 can provide a fixed solution in seconds.
Get centimeter-precise results in any place on Earth. Process RINEX files in an online service and get position with absolute accuracy.
GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou,Galileo, and QZSS
L1OF, L2OF, L1C/A, L2C,E1B/C, E5b, B1I B2I
Built-in 3.5G modem
No need to rely on your phone or Internet connection when used as a networked receiver over NTRIP – the RS2 includes a 3.5G HSPA modem with 2G fallback and global coverage.
On a single charge, the Reach RS2 lasts up to 22 hours, even in colder weather. When a charge is needed, the RS2 can use a wall charger or a power bank over USB-C. Its durable design (IP67) allows it to perform in even the most inclement conditions.
ReachView 3 is Now Available
User-friendly software for data collection created by Emlid for Android and iOS.
- Coordinate systems support. More than a thousand coordinate systems are available. The app has built-in support for grid and geoid transformations.
- Different units of measurement. The pole height and stakeout distance automatically work in feet or meters, depending on the project’s coordinate system.
- Ability to handle complex projects. Easily load thousands of points and smoothly control the map pans and zooms.
- Storing the data in the app. You can now access your projects at any time with no need to turn on the receiver.
- Simple data collection. Collect points by averaging or with just one click.
- Quick data export. Export and share collected data promptly using any file sharing app on your phone.
- Switching NTRIP profiles. You can easily switch between multiple NTRIP profiles – all the credentials are stored on the phone.
Technical Specification Sheet for Reach RS2
Customer Success Story: McSteen Land Surveyors
E38 Survey Solutions is invested in its customers’ success. Because of this, we offer extended support packages for the Emlid Reach RS2 and RS+. Learn more here.
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