Dual XGPS150A Universal Bluetooth GPS Receiver for iPad/iPhone

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SKU: DUXGPS150A MFR: XGPS150A
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About Dual Electronics

The XGPS150 is a global and universal Bluetooth GPS Receiver, which not only works with a wide variety of today's most popular electronics, but also comes with the necessary accessories to be used for a variety of lifestyle activities. The included non-slip pad is very useful for GPS navigation in a car or a boat. The two-piece strap which works as an armband and to secure the receiver to a backpack strap, for example, is great for outdoor activities such as golfing, geocaching, cycling, hiking and more.

The XGPS150 measures about 2.25" square, which makes it very easy to take it with you wherever you go. Set up is a breeze. Like with any other Bluetooth electronics, you will first have to pair the GPS Receiver with the device you intend to use it with. This will take less than a minute and then you can begin using your device (iPad2, iPad, iPod, etc.) with apps that require GPS.

The XGPS150 is certified to work with all Bluetooth-enabled iPad2, iPad, iPod touch and iPhone models. The XGPS150 also works with other Bluetooth-enabled smart phones, tablets and laptops, including Blackberry android and Windows devices that support Bluetooth SPP (Serial Port Profile). There is a Free App available which shows satellite signal strength, current location, the battery level of the XGPS150, connectivity status and a few other device-specific tidbits. This app can be downloaded through iTunes.

Dual Electronics Features

  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver works with most apps that require GPS
  • Wirelessly connects to devices via Bluetooth
  • Rechargeable battery lasts up to 8.5 hours
  • USB charging via the included USB cable

Dual Electronics Specifications

Compatibility
iPad, iPod touch, iPhone and other Bluetooth-enabled smart phones, tablets and laptops
Input voltage
5 VDC
Power Adapter Input Voltage
12-24 VDC
Output
5 VDC
GPS Cold start
< 29 sec. typ. (open sky)
GPS Warm start
< 25 sec. typ. (open sky)
Bluetooth Version
2.1+EDR
Range
Approx. 10m (approx. 33 ft.) (open space)
Internal Battery: Capacity
680 mAh
Operating time
Approx. 8.5 hours
Charging time
Approx. 2.5 hours
Operating temp
14deg.F - 140deg.F (-10deg.C - 60deg.C)
Storage temp
-4deg.F - 176deg.F (-20deg.C - 80deg.C)
Relative humidity
5% - 95% non condensing
Dimensions (W x H x D)
55.0 x 55.0 x 18.5mm/ 2.16 x 2.16 x 0.72 inch
Non-slip pad: 94.0 x 144.0 x 22.0mm/3.70 x 5.66 x 0.86 inch
Weight
1.8 ounces / 51 grams
Mfr #
XGPS150A
SKU
DUXGPS150A
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Gregg N  does this work on computer with bluetooth 4.0?
MARTHA C  I didn't try, but that's because I only use it on my iPad version 1. I only bought the Dual product because it was less trouble than "jail breaking" my iPad. There is a switch next to the USB port for "regular" non-Apple interfaces. I have found much better, smaller, data logging, longer battery life bluetooth GPS receivers that interface with my many other non-Apple devices.
Gregg N  Thanks Martha! Could you give me some names of the good receivers for non-Apple devices. I appreciate your help.
Gregg N  does this work on computer with bluetooth 4.0?
MARTHA C  I didn't try, but that's because I only use it on my iPad version 1. I only bought the Dual product because it was less trouble than "jail breaking" my iPad. There is a switch next to the USB port for "regular" non-Apple interfaces. I have found much better, smaller, data logging, longer battery life bluetooth GPS receivers that interface with my many other non-Apple devices.
Gregg N  Thanks Martha! Could you give me some names of the good receivers for non-Apple devices. I appreciate your help.
Gregg N  does this work on computer with bluetooth 4.0?
MARTHA C  I didn't try, but that's because I only use it on my iPad version 1. I only bought the Dual product because it was less trouble than "jail breaking" my iPad. There is a switch next to the USB port for "regular" non-Apple interfaces. I have found much better, smaller, data logging, longer battery life bluetooth GPS receivers that interface with my many other non-Apple devices.
Gregg N  Thanks Martha! Could you give me some names of the good receivers for non-Apple devices. I appreciate your help.
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