Brand: AIM Sports
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The GPS09 module from AiM further expands the track mapping abilities of AiM data loggers and dash loggers. In addition, the GPS09 allows lap timing (even split times) without the use of trackside beacons, storing data for up to 50 tracks with up to 5 splits per track. The GPS09 can also calculate and log speed, lateral and longitudinal g-forces, and of course vehicle position.
The GPS09 is the latest version, boasting a quicker 25 Hz sampling rate (up from 10 Hz) and positional accuracy to less than one foot (down from 2 meters). It also takes full advantage of Race Studio 3's integration of GPS, video, and data.
This special roof-mount version is simple to install: Just drill a 12mm (1/2") hole in your roof, slip the cable through from the outside, and use the included M12 x 1.25 nut to mount the GPS antenna. Connect the CAN cable to your logger and you're ready to go. It is perfect for use on composite bodywork where the standard magnet-backed version won't stick. A rubber gasket on the base of the module helps to seal out wind and water. The GPS unit willl even automatically configure itself during start-up!
The GPS09 connects via a 5-pin 712 screw-in conncetor and is compatible with current-generation AiM MXL2/ MXG/MXP/MXS auto dashes, EVO4S/EVO5 data loggers, and SmartyCam HD GP 2.2. Choose a cable length to suit your installation: 1.3m (4 ft) is appropriate for most formula cars and bikes. 4m (13 ft) is long enough for sedans.
SmartyCam Note: Only the SmartyCam HD GP 2.2 takes this version. SmartyCam HD, SmartyCam HD GP, and SmartyCam HD 2.1 all require the addition of the AiM SmartyCam/GPS Data Hub (Part No. MC-758) to connect to the 4-pin GPS port.
MXL / EVO3 / MyChron4 Note: This version is only compatible with the latest-generation loggers; it is not backwards-compatible with the first-gen MXL, the EVO3, or the MyChron4.
Solo2/Solo2DL, MXm, and MyChron5 do not use an external GPS module; all GPS functions are internal.