The new veratron GO is a GPS/GLONASS/Galileo constellation receiver and antenna in one compact package. NMEA 2000® certified, it has easy plug-and-play installation that requires minimal setup.
To say veratron GO has a small footprint is an understatement: its radome is a mere 2.4" W x .75" H. Yet the device is eminently capable with 72 channel reception and a 10Hz refresh rate. Accurate to 6.6' with a good sky view, it's SBAS-WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS/ GAGAN-compatible and has a time-to-first-fix rating of 30 seconds from cold start.
Built for marine use, veratron GO is rated IPX7 for extreme weather conditions. Even the white housing is made of a rugged thermoplastic engineered for continual outdoor exposure.
Veratron GO receives 12V DC power and connects to the NMEA backbone via a standard NMEA 2000 Micro-C M12 5-pin connector and is compatible with veratron OceanLink 52mm bezels. Ideal for commercial and recreational vessels, the recommended retail price is $149.99.
Launched in 2019, veratron US is the North American office for Veratron AG. It offers analog and digital marine sensors and displays marketed as VDO Marine and veratron.
Contact veratron US, Inc., 131 N. 86th St., Wauwatosa, WI 53226. www.veratron.com.