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These can be soldered in with pins going in either direction.Unfortunately, I put some on the wrong side for another project and had to unsolder them and put some new ones on the other side. Fixed issue with viewing the Elevation/Distance plot when routing. Fixed issues with support for Canada Blue Chart g2 maps. Fixed issue with track distance data field when track logging is off. Improved display of configurable data fields in night mode. Fixed issue where some auto-archived tracks would be named in English regardless of user language. Improved ability to select the geocache photos button when reviewing a geocache. Improved font sizes for Arabic and Farsi languages. The Ublox NEO-6M GPS is fairly easy to use with Arduino. I chose Tiny GPSPlus: is also a Tiny GPS, I believe written by the same person.
Display the pressure and temperature of your vehicle’s tyres on screen with the added benefit of audible alerts to pressure drops and abnormal temperature increases.The web-based process is an evolution from the original neo, which required downloading course management software, selecting courses, and then using the software to initiate syncing of the device.Critical Golf Test: i Golf (the company that provides course maps to Bushnell) has been hard at work, and the Bushnell neo comes in with 93% coverage in our test of golf course availability across a representative group of 100 courses.TIP: I saw a picture of someone using these types of clips (see picture) so that you don’t have to decide ahead of time. Here’s their website: for this product is a little hard to find: everything under NEO-6 series should be applicable. Most are set for a baud rate of 4800 (these Ubloxs are set for 9600). I haven’t found any standard way of activating WAAS or even determining if it is activated.Connect the four pins from UBLOX to an Arduino as follows: Ublox - Arduino GND - GNDTX - Digital pin (D4 in the Device Example)RX - Digital pin (D3 in the Device Example)Vcc - 5Vdc or 3.3Vdc Now you can start up your Arduino environment and run the Tiny GPSPlus example called Device Example. Okay, now I’m a Geek, but most of this stuff is over my head. They use a standard called NMEA 0183: think most GPSs when powered up will automatically start sending out data typically every two second. But Ublox has some PC software called: u-center is really nice free software and even has a manual but for this Lazy Old Geek it’s still very confusing.