Globalsat MR-350PS4 GPS Receiver


  • SiRF Star IV Chipset
  • 48 Channel All-In-View Tracking
  • NMEA 0183 GPS Protocol
  • WAAS/ EGNOS Support
  • 2.44" x 0.82" (Exposed Housing)
  • USB or RS232 Interface Cable Sets Available
  • IPX7 Rated Water Resistant Design

The MR-350PS4 is a SiRF IV "mini" external GPS receiver, which utilizes a bulkhead (through-hole) mounting design for applications that require a more permanent weatherproof mounting solution. The enclosed GPS receiver is self-contained with an active patch antenna and utilizes the latest 48-channel SiRF Star IV performance GPS chipset for accurate positioning.

The extended 14.75" cable allows for easy routing behind the headliner and side panels, terminating into a proprietary pin-out on a PS/2 connector for easy interface with your host device when using our USB or RS232 cable sets. (Cable sets are sold separately). The MR-350 PS4 can be used in a wide variety of applications including commercial fleet / utility vehicles, police and fire trucks, boats and speciality equipment.

GlobalSat MR-350PS4 GPS Reciever



    The BU-353-S4 is a USB magnet mount GPS receiver that features a highly sensitive, low power consumption chipset in a ultra compact form factor compatible with Microsoft Windows 10, 8, as well as 7, Vista & XP. The BU-353-S4 is powered by a SiRF Star IV GPS chipset, and will provide you with superior performance in urban canyons, and in dense foliage. With the SiRF CGEE (Client Generated Extended Ephemeris) technology, has the capability of predicting satellite positions for up to 3 days in advance, and will deliver a CGEE-start time of less than 15 seconds under most conditions without any network assistance. The BU-353-S4's MicroPower mode allows the receiver to stay in a hot start-like condition almost continuously while consuming very little power.

    The BU-353-S4 is suitable for the following applications:

    Automotive navigation.

    Personal positioning.

    Fleet management.

    Mobile phone navigation.

    Marine navigation.