Replacement Marine GPS Receiver Antenna for Raymarine C70, C80, C120, E80, E120


2 year warranty, ship worldwide.

Product Description

Replacement Marine GPS Receiver Antenna for Raymarine C70, C80, C120, E80, E120,

2 year warranty.

50 Channel Marine Grade NMEA 0183 GPS Receiver / Smart Antenna,

Connect to your plotter’s NMEA cable part number R08004 4579-017-A

DGPS Receiver / Smart Antenna,

2 Metre accuracy

Built-in patch antenna,

100% waterproof,

10 metre cable,

Secure, tracked worldwide shipping.

NMEA wiring details included in package.

MR17, 50-channel GPS engine with over 1 million effective correlator
Less than 1 second time to first fix for hot and aided starts
-160dBm SuperSense® acquisition and tracking sensitivity
Accelerated Start-up at week signals for modules with KickStart feature
High immunity to jamming , advanced jamming suppression mechanism and Innovation RF architecture

Wide range of operating voltage


Enclosure: high compact, corrosion-proof PC (polycarbonate) resin
Construction: hermetically sealed, fully waterproof
Dimensions: 90mm(D) X 110mm(H)
Weight: 65g (w/o cable & connector)
Mounting: pole mount to 1″-14 threaded pipe


Operating temperature: -30°C-+85°C
Storage temperature: -40°C-+90°C
Relative humidity: 95% non-condensing
Waterproof: 100% waterproof (IPX-7)


Antenna element

Center frequency: 1575.42MHz ±1.023MHz
Absolute gain zenith: +5dB typical
Absolute gain 10°: -1dB typical
Axial ratio: 3dB max
Output VSWR: 1.5 max
Output impedance: 50 Ohms

GPS performance

Receiver type: 50 channels GPS L1 frequency C/A code


Cold start (autonomous): 32s
Warm start (autonomous): 32s
Hot start (autonomous): less than 1s


Tracking & navigation: -160dBm
Re-acquisition: -160dBm
Cold start (autonomous): -143dBm

Horizontal position accuracy

Autonomous: less than 2.5m
SBAS: less than 2.0m
Dynamics: less than 4g
Operational limits velocity: 600m/s
User protocol: protocols

This is a totally marine quality GPS receiver / Smart antenna.

It is protected from all kinds of interference possible at sea.