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1.Cover Information

UNI – GR1 – User Manual

Copyright marXact B.V., December 2018 – Ver. 1.5

All contents in this manual are copyrighted by marXact B.V. All rights reserved. The information contained herein may not be used, accessed, copied, stored, displayed, sold, modified, published, distributed or otherwise reproduced without express written consent from marXact B.V..

marXact B.V.
Franciscusweg 249-BG
1216SG Hilversum, The Netherlands

http:// www.marxact.com
[email protected]

This manual is applicable to UNI-GR1 devices fabricated by marXact B.V. after June 2018.

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2.How to use this manual

Thank you for purchasing the UNI-GR1, we hope it will bring convenience to your daily routines in GNSS operations. Hereby we present you the user manual of the UNI-GR1 which is intended for all users of the UNI-GR1.

The UNI-GR1 is designed to be used by (semi-)professional users, with basic knowledge and understanding of GNSS systems and it’s characteristics. The information in this manual is based on the presumption of this basic knowledge and marXact B.V. assumes no responsibility with regards to the performance or use of the UNI-GR1 without basic knowledge of GNSS systems and it’s characteristics.

This manual uses the following conventions:

Convention Description Example
Bold Text Bold text indicates a button, menu selection or screen. On the Bluetooth Settings screen, click on Discovery Mode
Menu->Structure Indicates where the setting is to be found in the hierarchy. Settings->Bluetooth->Discovery Mode
Link Indicates a clickable link to a specific application or web page. Follow the instructions on this page
1. Numbered List Numbered lists provide step-by-step procedures for performing an action that need to be performed in the numbered order. 1. Go to the Bluetooth Settings screen

2. Click on Discovery Mode.

• Bulleted List Bulleted lists provide information, not procedural steps In order to pair the UNI-GR1 Bluetooth to your tablet you need to have present;

 

• UNI-GR1

• Tablet with Bluetooth support

 

Note: more info that can be of help

Indicates a note or message to the user with additional information that can have effect on system operation, performance, loss of warranty, data integrity, data loss or measurements.

Note: make sure your tablet is set to be visible by other Bluetooth supporting devices in the Bluetooth Settings of your tablet. 

 

Warning: please read this message carefully             

Warning that an action may have a potential result in a malfunctioning UNI-GR1, loss of warranty or injury to persons and/or property.

Warning: do not connect a different power supply to the UNI-GR1 other than the one supplied by marXact.              

For good use of the UNI-GR1, it’s recommended to read all the information in this manual in chronological order.

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3.Important information

In the subsections 3.x you will find all important information regarding the UNI-GR1.

You can find the subsections by clicking on the small arrow right next to the Important Information menu title. Please read the information in these subsections carefully.

 

 

 

 

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3.1.Device Description

UNI – GR1

The UNI-GR1 as shown in the image below is the most universal GNSS receiver, built for many purposes such as but not limited to; surveying, mapping, civil engineering, construction, precision agriculture, UAV control, hydrography and any other market or purpose which makes use of GNSS technology to determine a centimeter accurate position.

With its rugged design, using four constellations and multiple frequencies, the UNI-GR1 is capable of providing you accuracy from centimeter to submeter level in many environments. And, on any device. With open interfaces, the UNI let’s you connect to your preferred device of use, with a connection method you prefer. From exporting RINEX logs or setting up a NMEA-0183 stream, anything is possible using Bluetooth, WiFi, Mobile Data, cabled connections, high capacity local storage or our Cloud!

RTK GNSS GPS Receiver L2

In this manual we aim to provide you with all information on the use of all these UNI-GR1 features, which are more specified in the UNI-GR1 Specifications section.

For the use of the UNI-GR1, an external controller is needed. Due to it’s design, this can be any device with a browser, supporting one of the connection methods shown in the UNI-GR1 Specifications section. With the external controller you can access the UNI-GR1 software and settings, to make

Description of the UNI-GR1 and it’s components

Using the following images we would like to describe the UNI-GR1 and it’s components, without giving instructions on the use. The items described are the ones included in the Pelicase upon delivery of the UNI-GR1.


Please read the Safety Information on safe use first before making use of the UNI-GR1.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Icon Description
LED Ring -> Visualizes the build in level, driven by the 9 degrees of freedom motion sensor. Also indicates various others statuses such as status codes and device modes.
Power Button & LED -> Indicates if the device is turned on or off, as well as different statuses regarding updates and general operation.
Connections LED -> Indicates the status of the different connection methods such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Mobile Data, Serial & 868/915 MHz radio
Battery LED -> Indicates the battery status and whether the battery is charging.
Data LED -> Indicates whether the UNI-GR1 is logging location and whether that data is stored locally or external.
Sattelite LED -> Indicates the positioning mode of the UNI-GR1

For the different statuses and functions of the frontpanel button and LED’s, as well as the LED-ring, we would like to refer you to the Use of the UNI-GR1 & Status Code sections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number Description
1 NFC Reader -> Location to hold NFC compatible devices / tags for use of NFC.
2 Pole mount -> 3/8-16 threaded insert for survey poles, tripods or the supplied 3/8-16 to 5/8-11 adapter.
3 UNI-GR1 Device information -> Including but not limited to; serial number, type & model.
4 12 Pin cable port -> Port for 12 Pin cable to DC Charging, Serial, RS232, CAN, Host USB, Event.
5 Slot Compartment & Slot Compartment cover -> Compartment for placing the micro-SD and SIM card. Keep cover closed when using the UNI-GR1.
6 micro-SD Card slot -> Slot for micro-SD card, located in slot compartment behind slot compartment cover.
7 SIM Card slot -> Slot for SIM card, located in slot compartment behind slot compartment cover.
8 micro-USB cable port  -> Port for micro-USB charging or micro-USB Data Transfer.

For connecting cables, poles, using the SIM or SD slot as well as using the NFC reader, we would like to refer you to the Use of the UNI-GR1 sections.

—-insert dc adapter + cables + NFC Tag + description

For the use of the DC adapter, 12-pin cable, micro-USB cable, the 5/8-3/8 adapter and the NFC tag, we would like to refer you to the Use of the UNI-GR1 sections.

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3.2.Device Specifications

– GNSS Receiver
Channels 432
Antenna Integrated antenna with multi-path rejection technology.
GPS L1 / L2 / L5
Glonass L1 / L2
Galileo E1 / E5a / E5b
Beidou B1 / B2 / B3
SBAS WAAS / EGNOS / GAGAN / MSAS
IMU 9 Degrees of Freedom
Time To First Fix <45s (cold)
Init. Reliability >99.9%
Update Rate up to 20 Hz
– Accuracy (RMS)
Standalone Horizontal: 1.5m / Vertical 3m
DGPS Horizontal: 40cm / Vertical 80cm
RTK Horizontal: 10mm+1ppm / Vertical 15mm+1ppm
Static Horizontal: 3mm+1ppm / Vertical: 6mm+1ppm
Heading 0.2(1m baseline)
Velocity 0.03m/s
– Wireless Connectivity
Mobile Data 3G Multi-band; UMTPS/HSDPA/HSUPA/GSM/GPRS/EDGE
WiFi 802.11a,b,g,n,ac
Bluetooth 4.2, NFC supported
Long Range Radio 868/915 MHz
– Waterproof Cabled Connections
12-pin connector DC Charging / RS232 / CAN / Host USB / PPS / Event
Micro USB 2.0 USB Charging, Data Transfer
– Data
External Storage MicroSD (incl.)
Correction RTCM 2.x / RTCM 3.x
Solution Output NMEA-0183 / NMEA-2000 / UNI Binary
Log Output RINEX
– Mechanical
Size 14 * 14 * 9cm
Weight 800g
Button Power Button
Status 5 Status LED + LED Ring
Level 9 Degrees of Freedom Powered LED Ring, level on the go
– Performance
Internal battery 10000mAh
Battery life 12 hours
Charging time 4 hours
USB charging current 0.5A
DC charging current 1.33A
Certifications CE / ROHS
Water & Dustproof IP67
Humidity 85% (No-condensing)
Operating Temperature -20 to +55 degrees celsius
Shockproof 2 meter pole drop
– Operating Modes
Base RTK, NTRIP
Rover RTK, Network
Included Accessories Rugged Pelicase / DC Adapter (18V @ 1.33A) / DC- adapter to 12-pin cable / Micro USB to USB – A cable
Optional Accessories Serial RS232 to 12-pin cable / CAN (NMEA-2000) to 12-pin cable / UHF Radio 433 MHz Kit / Survey Pole
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3.3.Safety Information

Improper use of the UNI-GR1 can lead to a loss of warranty, injury to property or persons and/or a malfunctioning UNI-GR1. Any user should therefor read this section and follow it’s instructions carefully before using the UNI-GR1 or any of it’s accessories. Failure to do so might result in a loss of warranty, malfunctioning UNI-GR1, damage to property and or injury to persons. Please be aware that any absence of notes or warnings does not conclude that there are no safety risks involved.

Warning: the UNI-GR1 should only be amended or repaired by professionals authorized by marXact, in order to contact marXact for repairs, please see the Support section.
Warning: do not connect a different power supply to the UNI-GR1 other than the one delivered with the UNI-GR1 and supplied by marXact.
Warning: for the use of the UNI-GR1 or any equipment, be aware of hazards involved with electrical circuitry and familiarize yourself with standard practices for preventing accidents.
Warning: the UNI-GR1, should never be used, placed or stored in an environment which is not suitable for the UNI-GR1 according to it’s specifications.
Warning: at the end of life of the UNI-GR1, the device and/or it’s components should be disposed following all national laws and regulations, please see the end of life section for more information.
Warning: the IP67 rating only applies to the UNI-GR1 when all ports are sealed with the supplied cap and the SIM/SD-Card compartment is closed. It does not apply to the power supply or other external components. The 12-pin cable and the micro-USB cable delivered with the UNI-GR1 and supplied by marXact are IP67 rated ONLY when properly connected to the UNI-GR1 and only on the side of the UNI-GR1, the other end is not IP67 rated. 
Warning: do not connect or disconnect any cables to the UNI-GR1, nor open any compartments when the UNI-GR1 has been in contact with water. Before connecting or disconnecting cables and opening compartments, verify that none of the cables and/or connectors and/or the UNI-GR1 housing show any signs of moisture.
Warning: do not place the UNI-GR1 Power Supply in or near a wet or high moisture area, nor near a heat source. 
Warning: the UNI-GR1, it’s components and accessories should only be used in accordance with the specifications and instructions in this manual and other documentation delivered with the UNI-GR1 and supplied by marXact.
Warning: the UNI-GR1 should never be used contrary to local applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Warning: do not attempt to open the UNI-GR1 and/or modify any of it’s components or accessories. 
Warning: do not allow objects, including liquids, to penetrate UNI-GR1 and/or any of it’s components or accessories. 
Warning: do not short circuit the UNI-GR1.
Warning: in order to comply with the RF exposure regulations, maintain a distance of at least 35 cm between the user and the UNI-GR1 when operating the wireless connectivity methods of the UNI-GR1. 
Warning: the UNI-GR1 and it’s cabling should not be placed in a location where the UNI-GR1 can be energized as a result of lightning, falling power lines or any other over energy source. It should also be installed in accordance to all national and local electrical codes. 
Warning: only clean the UNI-GR1 and/or any of it’s components and/or accessories with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use any fluids or cleaning liquids. 
Warning: CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Warning: the batteries of the UNI-GR1 may only be charged within their temperature range (0 to +45 degrees celsius).

 

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3.4.Compliances

CE Notice

 

 

 

The UNI-GR1 carries the CE mark and is compliant with the 2014/30/EU EMC Directive and 2014/35/EU Low Voltage Directive.

With regards to EMC, these devices are declared as class B, suitable for residential or business environment.

This device meets the EU requirements 1999/519/EC  and 2014/53/EU on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields by way of health protection. To comply with the RF exposure requirements, this equipment must be operated in a minimum of 20 cm separation distance to the user.

ROHS Notice

 

 

 

 

The UNI-GR1 complies with European Union (EU) Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Directive).

 

WEEE Notice

 

 

 

 

 

The UNI-GR1 complies with the European Union (EU) Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The purpose of this Directive is the prevention of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), and in addition, the reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes so as to reduce the disposal of waste. The UNI-GR1 should not be treated as household waste. At the end of life of the UNI-GR1, please contact marXact through https://www.marxact.com or your supplier for specific instructions on recycling your UNI-GR1 according to WEEE standards. By ensuring you dispose of the UNI-GR1 following the WEEE standards, you will help to prevent negative impact on the environment and health, which could otherwise be caused by the improper disposal of the UNI-GR1.

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3.5.Warranty

With the purchase of the UNI-GR1, marXact provides a one-year warranty for the UNI-GR1 according to the terms mentioned in the General Terms Of Delivery of marXact B.V. under “8. Guarantee/Service.”. The General Terms are to be found on http://www.marxact.com/termsandconditions/ and have been supplied to you upon ordering the UNI-GR1.

The warranty is provided for a period of twelve months from the moment of delivery of the UNI-GR1, unless otherwise agreed in writing and guarantees the quality of the materials used and their promised characteristics as well as the correct working of the UNI-GR1.

The warranty of the UNI-GR1 and/or marXact does not cover;

  • malfunctioning caused by placement of the UNI-GR1 in environmental conditions that are not in accordance with the UNI-GR1 Specifications.
  • any third party software and/or hardware included with the UNI-GR1, other than the warranty provided by the original manufacturer(s).
  • UNI-GR1 devices which are not sold as new, or UNI-GR1 devices sold as refurbished.
  • malfunctioning of or damage to the UNI-GR1 caused by accidents, misuse, negligence, abuse, or any other non-recommended use.
  • malfunctioning of or damage to the UNI-GR1 caused by not following the directives, manuals, user instructions and any other documentation provided by marXact for the proper use and installation of the UNI-GR1.
  • malfunctioning of or damage to the UNI-GR1 caused by changes, modifications, alterations, repairs or any other tampering of the UNI-GR1 by any other person or instance than authorized by marXact.
  • malfunctioning of or damage to the UNI-GR1 caused by not maintaining the UNI-GR1 in accordance with the instructions of marXact, which includes but is not limited to keeping the software up to date.
  • malfunctioning of or damage to the UNI-GR1 caused by transport, shipping or normal wear and tear use.

To apply for warranty of the UNI-GR1 please contact marXact through the Support Sections. Please make sure you follow any instructions of marXact to apply for warranty in order to properly handle your claim. In case goods are supplied to marXact and after inspection deem to fall under the guarantee, they will be rectified or replaced. In any other case, costs made by marXact may be passed on to the person or instance claiming the warranty.


Warning: the warranty is immediately void in case the UNI-GR1 has been opened, changed or tampered with in any way. Opening, changing or tampering the UNI-GR1 may also have consequences for your personal safety.

 

 


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3.6.Updates

marXact offers free over the air software updates and firmware upgrades to the UNI-GR1, which are automatically applied to your device through the UNI-Cloud. Making sure your UNI-GR1 is running on the latest versions of the software and firmware will definitely improve user experience and give you new features from time to time.

Apart from the flexibility, marXact can only offer warranty and support in case your UNI-GR1 is running on the latest software and firmware. Apart from warranty and support, working with the UNI-Cloud requires your device to be up to date for safety and compatibility reasons.

In order to make sure you are up-to-date, the only thing you need to do is making sure your UNI-GR1 is connected to the internet and the UNI-Cloud regularly. Depending your settings entered during first set-up or set in the Settings->Updates section, your UNI-GR1 will automatically download it’s update over WiFi or mobile data. Once the UNI-GR1 is physically restarted by the user, the UNI-GR1 will install the update automatically upon starting the UNI-GR1.

 


Note: an update of the UNI-GR1 should not necessarily affect any of your user settings, though it might. Therefor we always advise you to double-check your settings before working with the UNI-GR1. Not checking your settings may lead to inaccurate data or results.

 


Note: using mobile data may lead to costs charged by your mobile data provider. 

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3.7.Support

marXact offers free online support on https://www.marxact.com/support/ in the form of frequently asked questions, manuals and an online help desk.

In case you have any questions or problems and you need support we would recommend you to take the following steps in the numerical order;

  1. Verify that your UNI-GR1 is updated to the latest version, you can find more information on how to update your UNI-GR1 in the Updates Section.
  2. Please read the UNI-GR1 manual on your question’s subject, especially the Important Information, Use of the UNI-GR1 and Statuscodes & Troubleshooting sections can be helpful;
  3. Read the Frequently Asked Questions to see if your question is already answered, you can find them on https://www.marxact.com/support/;

In case your question or problem still persists, please contact marXact by filling out the contact form on the bottom of the support page on https://www.marxact.com/support/ or send an email to [email protected], this will generate a ticket and our team will get back to you.

Warning: the UNI-GR1 should only be amended or repaired by professionals authorized by marXact.
Warning: do not attempt to open the UNI-GR1 and/or modify any of it’s components or accessories. 

 

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3.8.Placement & Equipment

Transport & Storage

Even though the UNI-GR1 is very rugged and designed to survive a 2 meter pole drop, we recommend to transport and store the UNI-GR1 in a safe way. For both transport and storage it’s recommended to place the UNI-GR1 in the Pelican case delivered by marXact with the purchase of the UNI-GR1, with the case properly closed and the UNI-GR1 and it’s components in the designated compartments.

Correct placement of a GNSS Receiver

In order to obtain the very best results with the UNI-GR1 and any GNSS Receiver, it’s imperative to place the UNI-GR1 in the right location. Many users may be used to standard GNSS receivers, or “location services” which work on tablets, mobile phones or other products and are used to having a “GPS signal” indoors. Unfortunately we are here to tell you that this usually is a location based on your WiFi or other services and not based on GPS, or that only a poor signal is received, generating a inaccurate position.

When it comes to professional GNSS receivers like the UNI-GR1 used to achieve CM accuracy, it’s imperative to use other standards when it comes to placing the device. The main key is to place the UNI-GR1 in a location where it has a clear line of sight to the sky. Meaning, do not place the UNI-GR1 near obstacles such as high buildings, vehicles and large trees, towers to prevent any disturbance of the GNSS signals.

The UNI-GR1 is designed to eliminate many disturbing obstacles, however, for optimal results it’s always recommended to place the UNI-GR1 in a position where it has an all-round clear line of sight to the sky at an angle of about 15-30 degrees.

Following those requirements, it’s recommended to place the UNI-GR1 on a survey pole or tripod, like in the following images;

fast and easy use GNSS rover smart universal gnss rtk rover

Operating the UNI-GR1

In order to operate the UNI-GR1, you need to make use of the UNI software or UNI-Cloud which can be accessed by any device which operates an internet browser and supports WiFi. This can be a phone, a laptop, a tablet or a computer. However, marXact recommends the use of a tablet such as shown on the image above. Read more about the use of the UNI-GR1 in the Use of the UNI-GR1 section.

Overexposure to the elements

The UNI-GR1 is designed to handle the most challenging environments, however, you should always make sure that with use, transport and storage the UNI-GR1 will not be overexposed to the elements. In regards to what the UNI-GR1 can handle, please see the UNI-GR1 specifications section.

To prevent the UNI-GR1 to be overexposed to the elements, you could take the following precautions, please be aware these are merely examples and do not conclude all precautions;

  • Do not place the UNI-GR1 in direct sunlight for a longer period of time, make sure the sunlight is blocked.
  • Do not place the UNI-GR1 in a non-ventilated area when operating.
  • Do not place a wet or humid UNI-GR1 in a case for storage.
  • Make sure the UNI-GR1 does never exceed it’s temperature limits.
Warning: the UNI-GR1, should never be used, placed or stored in an environment which is not suitable for the UNI-GR1 according to it’s specifications.
Warning: the UNI-GR1 and it’s cabling should not be placed in a location where the UNI-GR1 can be energized as a result of lightning, falling power lines or any other over energy source. It should also be installed in accordance to all national and local electrical codes. 
Warning: the IP67 rating only applies to the UNI-GR1 when all ports are sealed with the supplied cap and the SIM/SD-Card compartment is closed. It does not apply to the power supply or other external components. The 12-pin cable and the micro-USB cable delivered with the UNI-GR1 and supplied by marXact are IP67 rated ONLY when properly connected to the UNI-GR1 and only on the side of the UNI-GR1, the other end is not IP67 rated. 
Warning: do not connect or disconnect any cables to the UNI-GR1, nor open any compartments when the UNI-GR1 has been in contact with water. Before connecting or disconnecting cables and opening compartments, verify that none of the cables and/or connectors and/or the UNI-GR1 housing show any signs of moisture.
Warning: do not place the UNI-GR1 Power Supply in or near a wet or high moisture area, nor near a heat source. 
Warning: do not allow objects, including liquids, to penetrate UNI-GR1 and/or any of it’s components or accessories. 

 

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3.9.End of life

UNI-GR1 Lifespan

The UNI-GR1 is designed with a theoretical effective and safe lifespan of more than 5 years. However, depending on the insensitivity of the use this may in or decrease. To ensure safe and effective use of the UNI-GR1, please make sure your UNI-GR1 is regularly updated and it’s accuracy verified. For updating the UNI-GR1 please see the Updates section.

Disposal of the UNI-GR1

 

 

 

 

 

Within Europe; The UNI-GR1 complies with the European Union (EU) Directive 2012/19/EU on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The purpose of this Directive is the prevention of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), and in addition, the reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes so as to reduce the disposal of waste. The UNI-GR1 should not be treated as household waste. At the end of life of the UNI-GR1, please contact marXact through https://www.marxact.com or your supplier for specific instructions on recycling your UNI-GR1 according to WEEE standards. By ensuring you dispose of the UNI-GR1 following the WEEE standards, you will help to prevent negative impact on the environment and health, which could otherwise be caused by the improper disposal of the UNI-GR1.

Outside of Europe; please follow local applicable laws, rules and regulations for the safe disposal of the UNI-GR1.

Warning: at the end of life of the UNI-GR1, the device and/or it’s components should be disposed following all national laws and regulations.
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4.Getting started

5.2.10 In bedrijf stellen
Vermeld aandachtspunten voor het in bedrijf stellen van een product, zoals:
— specifieke risico’s en gevaren, en de daartegen te nemen voorzorgsmaatregelen;
— beveiligings- en/of beschermingsvoorzieningen die moeten worden verwijderd (bijvoorbeeld
beschermende foliën, strips, enz.);
— benodigde gereedschappen en apparatuur;
— procedures, zoals instellen, proefdraaien, testen, meten en rapporteren, enz.;
— inspecties.

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4.1.Power supply *

4.2.SIM and SD card

4.3.Survey Pole Mount

4.4.LED ring & Frontpanel

4.5.Setup with UNI-Connect

4.5.1.Setup with WiFi

4.5.2.Setup with Bluetooth

4.5.3.Setup with UNI-Cloud

5.UNI-Connect

Software explanation & menu structuuuur

 

5.2.11 Bediening
a) Voor het beoogde gebruik van het product moeten bedieningsinstructies onder meer voorzien in:
— informatie over specifieke risico’s en gevaren;
— informatie over het controleren van de veiligheidsvoorzieningen;
— informatie over het controleren van het werkgebied/de gevarenzone op de aanwezigheid van
personen;
— informatie over starten, bediening tijdens bedrijf, stoppen, noodstop en herstarten;
— informatie over omstellen of gereedschapswissel (dit kan een apart hoofdstuk zijn);
— informatie met betrekking tot de operationele omgeving;
— informatie over trillingen bij draagbare machines en handgeleide machines;
— illustraties die verduidelijken en/of inzicht geven in de belangrijkste functies en veiligheidsmaatregelen;
— aanbevelingen voor het verwijderen van afval.
Voor dergelijke informatie in bedieningsinstructies kan de volgorde van de handelingen van belang zijn.
Waarschuw in die gevallen voor de gevolgen indien de aanbevolen volgorde van handelingen niet wordt
opgevolgd.
b) Aanvullende informatie voor digitale bediening
De gebruikersinterface moet voorzien in informatie over de operationele toestand van het product. Door
de gebruikersinterface wordt de gebruiker geïnformeerd over de status van het product en wordt hij
geïnstrueerd hoe te handelen. Zie ook IEC 61506.
c) Foutmeldingen en indicaties van waarschuwingscomponenten
De gebruiker moet worden geïnformeerd over mogelijke (fout)meldingen en indicaties van
waarschuwingscomponenten:
— Er moet duidelijk worden beschreven hoe de normale en de abnormale werking kunnen worden
herkend.
— Signalen of displays bedoeld om dreigend risico van beschadiging of dreigend gevaar aan te geven
moeten op begrijpelijke en ondubbelzinnige wijze worden aangegeven.
— Duidelijke waarschuwingen moeten worden verstrekt waar het gebruik van het product elektrisch
geregelde medische apparatuur, zoals pacemakers, kan beïnvloeden.
d) Uitzonderlijke situaties en noodsituaties
Waar van toepassing moet de volgende informatie over uitzonderlijke situaties en noodsituaties worden
verstrekt:
— de foutmelding en de locatie van de fout;
— de volgorde van acties die moeten worden genomen in geval van een onverwachte onderbreking van
stroom, koeling, enz.

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5.1.Setup Wizard

5.1.1.Online or Local

5.1.2.Account Creation

5.1.3.NFC Tag

5.1.4.UNI-Cloud Access

5.1.5.Positioning Mode

5.1.6.Data Output

5.2.Control Room

5.3.Operating Mode

Aspects of using GNSS & Different methods

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5.3.1.Base

5.3.1.1.Standalone

Standalone Explained & What do you need?

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5.3.1.2.Post Processing

Post Processing Explained & What do you need?

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5.3.1.3.DGPS

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – DGPS – DGPS Explained & What do you need?

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5.3.1.4.RTK

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – RTK Explained & What do you need?

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Base Station Operation – Base Station Components

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Base Station Operation – Base Station Set Up Guidelines

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Base Station Operation – Set-up in the UNI-GR1 software

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Rover Operation – Rover Components

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Rover Operation – Rover Set Up Guidelines

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – RTK – Rover Operation – Set-up in the UNI-GR1 software

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5.3.1.5.Netwerk RTK

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK Explained & What do you need?

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Base Station Operation – Base Station Components

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Base Station Operation – Base Station Set Up Guidelines

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Base Station Operation – Set-up in the UNI-GR1 software

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Rover Operation – Rover Components

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Rover Operation – Rover Set Up Guidelines

UNI-Connect – Positioning Mode – Network RTK – Rover Operation – Set-up in the UNI-GR1 software

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5.3.1.6.SBAS

5.3.2.Rover

5.3.2.1.Standalone

5.3.2.2.Post Processing

5.3.2.3.DGPS

5.3.2.4.RTK

5.3.2.5.Netwerk RTK

5.3.2.6.SBAS

5.4.Location Output

5.4.1.Output Formats

UNI-Connect – Data Output – Formats – NMEA-0183

UNI-Connect – Data Output – Formats – RINEX

UNI-Connect – Data Output – Formats – UNI Binary

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5.4.2.UNI-Cloud

5.4.3.Bluetooth

5.4.4.TCP

5.4.5.Serial

5.4.6.CAN

5.4.7.USB Device

5.4.8.USB Storage

5.4.9.SD-Card

5.5.Device Settings

5.5.1.Mobile Data

5.5.2.WiFi

5.5.3.Bluetooth

5.5.4.LED-Ring

5.5.5.Updates

5.5.6.Antenna Height

5.5.7.Battery

5.5.8.Device Info

5.6.User Settings

5.6.1.User Info

5.6.2.User Profiles

5.6.3.Backups

5.6.4.NFC Tags

5.6.5.Privacy

6.UNI-Cloud

7.UNI-Cloud API

8.External Applications

5.2.14 Buiten bedrijf stellen
Om een product (tijdelijk) buiten bedrijf te stellen zijn vaak speciale handelingen nodig en is specifieke
kennis vereist. Veiligheid speelt een belangrijke rol.
Beschrijf het volgende, waar van toepassing:
— voorzorgsmaatregelen en technische en administratieve handelingen;
— alle procedures (Lock-out/Tag-out), speciale gereedschappen en apparatuur, veiligheidsmaatregelen en
veiligheidsvoorschriften;
— de specifieke eisen die aan de gebruiker worden gesteld;
— de lokale (wettelijke) voorschriften die in acht moeten worden genomen.

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8.1.Cocon

8.2.mapitGIS

8.3.Android Mock Location

8.4.QGIS

8.5.ArcGIS

9.Troubleshooting

5.2.13 Storingen
Indien de gebruikershandleiding een storingenlijst bevat, dan moet deze logisch zijn opgebouwd;
bijvoorbeeld eerst gemakkelijk op te lossen storingen, of eerst de meest voorkomende storingen, of eerst de
elektrische en dan de mechanische storingen. Per storing moet een aantal punten worden vermeld,
zie tabel 1.

Tabel 1 — Voorbeeld van een storingenlijst
Manifestatie van
de storing
Storing /
code /
naam
Mogelijke oorzaak of procedure
om fout te ontdekken
Oplossing Uitgevoerd door
(ongeschoold/geschoold/
gecertificeerd)
Voeg, daar waar nodig, speciale opmerkingen bij over storingen, voorzorgsmaatregelen en
veiligheidsinstructies. Geef instructies voor de rapportage van storingen.

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9.1.Status Codes

9.2.Hard Reset

9.3.Restore to factory settings*

10.Appendices

5.2.17 Bijlagen
Aanvullende informatie wordt in bijlagen aan de gebruikershandleiding toegevoegd. Onderwerpen kunnen
zijn:
— informatie over randapparatuur en/of gereedschappen;
— technische specificaties;
— lijst van reserveonderdelen;
— gebruikershandleidingen van toegeleverde delen;
— aanvullende informatie over toeleveranciers;
— samenstellingstekeningen en -schema’s;
— pneumatische, elektrische, hydraulische en/of andere ter zake doende schema’s;
— afstel- en instellijsten;
— wettelijk verplichte verklaringen.

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10.1.Table of Contents

Een register is een opsomming van in de gebruikershandleiding gebruikte vaktermen, synoniemen, en
benamingen van onderdelen, met paginaverwijzing, met als doel snel te kunnen navigeren naar de
desbetreffende term.
Een veelomvattende, lange gebruikershandleiding moet een register hebben. De verwijzing naar dit register
moet in de inhoudsopgave staan.

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10.2.Antenna Phase Center

Appendix – Antenna Phase Center Offset Drawing

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10.3.12-Pin Cable Pinout Info

10.4.Glossary

11.Quickstart Guide

Warning: please read the full UNI-GR1 manual and especially all safety warnings in the UNI-GR1 manual first before using the UNI-GR1. This is just a quickstart guide and it does not include all safety warnings. 
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