Navigate with Garmin caliber GPS data on the mobile device of your choice. The GLO 2 receiver brings you the best of both worlds by combining GPS and GLONASS receivers with Bluetooth® wireless technology so you can enjoy precise position information on your iPad®, iPhone® or Android™ device.
The Accuracy of GPS and GLONASS
GLO 2 can receive position information from both the GPS and GLONASS satellite constellations, allowing it to connect to up to 24 more satellites than devices that rely on GPS alone. This allows GLO 2 to lock on to satellites approximately 20% faster and remain connected even at high speed. What’s more, GLO 2 updates its position information at 10 times per second; that’s up to 10 times more often than the GPS receivers in many mobile devices.
Set It up and Go
Using Bluetooth technology, the GLO 2 receiver wirelessly pairs to your mobile device. Just set GLO 2 within range of your mobile device, and in moments, you’ll be receiving the GLO 2 receiver’s position data. It has up to 13 hours of battery life to keep your position on long trips, and charging GLO 2 between uses is easy with the included USB cable or optional 12/24 V vehicle power cable. The optional friction mount keeps the receiver safe on your dashboard and in full view of satellites.
- Unit dimensions (WxHxD): 0.70” x 1.65” x 3.04” (1.78 x 4.19 x 7.72 cm)
- Weight: 2.12 oz (60.1 g)
- Receiver technology: GPS and GLONASS
- WAAS: yes
- Update rate: 10 Hz (iOS devices will not support a 10 Hz update rate)
- Accuracy: 3 meters
- Battery capacity: 1150mAh
- Battery life: 13 hours
- Hot start time: 3-5s
- Warm start time: 35s
- Cold start time: 60s
- Nominal operating velocity range: 0 – 800 kts (411 m/s)
We are an authorised Australian Garmin retailer, as such Full Australian Manufacturers Warranty is applicable for this item. Please note if a Garmin unit is purchased overseas or from a non-authorised Garmin retailer you may not receive warranty coverage in Australia.
*Specifications from suppliers’ information. Actual depth capabilities depend on transducer installation, bottom type & water conditions. All sonars typically read deeper in freshwater than in saltwater. Images for display purposes only.