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Arrow 100® Submeter GNSS Receiver

Submeter GNSS Accuracy Worldwide with Arrow 100® and Arrow 100+™

Real-time Submeter GNSS Receiver Worldwide

The Arrow 100® is a submeter, multi-constellation GNSS receiver designed to be used with any iOS, Android, or Windows device. When GPS satellites are just not enough, the Arrow 100® connects to GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou signals — creating access to at least 100 satellites! This uniquely designed GNSS receiver squeezes more accuracy from free SBAS corrections than any other receiver in the world. With its use of patented technology, the Arrow 100® delivers superior accuracy and performance under trees, around buildings, and in rugged terrain. Accurate positioning occurs in real time, with no post-processing required. The Arrow 100® was designed specifically with GIS users in mind. 

Arrow 100 GNSS Receiver product image for GNSS receiver with GPS GLONASS Galileo BeiDou

Accurate, Optimized, Flexible

Submeter GNSS Receiver

The Arrow 100® provides submeter accuracy worldwide thanks to its unique use of free SBAS, paid Atlas® and optional RTK differential corrections.

Excellent Performance

The Arrow 100® is optimized to provide the highest accuracy possible in tough conditions, including in canopied and cityscape environments.

Full Flexibility

The Arrow 100® streams its submeter GNSS location data into any mapping or data-collection app on any mobile device (iOS, Android, Windows).

What Do You Get with the Arrow 100® GNSS Receiver?

Arrow 100 GNSS receiver unboxing video submeter Bluetooth GNSS receiver

What’s Included?

Open the box of your new favorite submeter GNSS receiver!

The Arrow 100® GNSS receiver is a complete submeter positioning kit. The standard purchase includes everything you need to begin streaming submeter location data to your mobile device:

  • Arrow 100® GNSS receiver
  • Arrow 100® antenna
  • Antenna cable (1.5 m)
  • Soft hat for antenna
  • Belt/Shoulder carrying case
  • LI-Ion battery pack (field replaceable battery)
  • 12VDC power supply
  • USB cable
  • Access to Eos Tools Pro

Watch this unboxing video to see what’s included with your Arrow 100® GNSS receiver.

What Accuracy and Flexibility look like with the Arrow 100®

  • Submeter accuracy with SBAS
  • Access all GNSS constellations
  • Compatible with any data-collection app
  • Compatible with all mobile devices

Choose a Differential Correction Source

SBAS

The Arrow 100® GNSS receiver provides 60 cm horizontal accuracy with any SBAS system worldwide, including: WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN and SouthPAN.

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Atlas® H50 Service (Arrow 100+™ Only)

The Arrow 100+™ can be used with an Atlas® H50 subscription service worldwide when no SBAS is available. Accuracy with Atlas® H50 is 30 cm (HRMS). 

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RTK Network

The Arrow 100® also features the ability to be used with single-frequency RTK. Achieve 1 cm accuracy when your baseline is less than 10km (6 miles).

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How to Get Free GPS Sub-Meter Corrections with SBAS Satellite Systems GPS GIS Mapping

What is SBAS?

SBAS stands for Satellite Based Augmentation System.  An SBAS provides a free source of corrections to augment GNSS (positioning) signals. SBAS are usually developed with the investment of a government, a government department, or groups of governments, such as the European Union. An SBAS-compatible GNSS receiver, such as the Arrow 100®, receives and processes these free submeter differential corrections in real time, resulting in live submeter positioning with no post-processing required. The Arrow 100® supports all worldwide SBAS, including WAAS in North and Central America, EGNOS in Europe and northern Africa, GAGAN in India, MSAS in Japan, and SouthPAN in Australia/NewZealand. 

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Explore the Arrow 100® in 3D

Bring the Arrow 100® to life on your screen. Click the play button to interact with the Arrow 100® in 3D. Select any numbered button to access helpful tips about this submeter GNSS receiver.

Want Even More Features? Consider the New Arrow 100+™

Customers considering the Arrow 100® GNSS receiver can now choose between the standard Arrow 100® (standard model) and the more advanced Arrow 100+™ (plus model). The Arrow 100+™ includes all the same features of the standard Arrow 100® GNSS receiver. However the plus model also includes support for Atlas® H50, longer battery life, and support for multiplexing and multipoint. Keep reading to learn more about each feature.

Please note: Existing Arrow 100® GNSS receivers cannot be upgraded to the new Arrow 100+™ model.

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Supports Atlas® H50 Service

Atlas® H50 service provides 30 cm (one foot) estimated horizontal accuracy anywhere in the world, even when no SBAS or RTK network is available.

Longer Battery Life

The Arrow 100+™ offers 18 hours of battery autonomy, up from 12 hours with the standard Arrow 100®.

Multipoint

The new multipoint feature allows you to connect your GNSS receiver to more than one device simultaneously, such as an iPad and an Android phone. 

Multiplexing

The Arrow 100+™ has the functionality of the Eos Bridge™ Bluetooth® connector built in. Connect your Arrow 100+™ to any third-party sensor (e.g., laser rangefinder), and the Arrow 100+™ will stream the content of that sensor to your iOS or other mobile device via its datastream.

At a Glance: Compare Arrow 100® and Arrow 100+™ Models

For more information detailing the differences between the Arrow 100® (standard model) and Arrow 100+™ (plus model) GNSS receivers, we encourage you to read this FAQ article comparing the models:

Read the FAQ: Comparing Standard and Plus Arrow GNSS Receiver Models >

Arrow 100® and Arrow 100+™ Technical Specifications

  • GNSS multi-frequency with carrier smoothing
  • 158-Channel, Parallel Tracking
  • GPS: L1
  • GLONASS: G1
  • Galileo: E1
  • BeiDou: B1
  • SBAS (worldwide) Accuracy: < 30 cm HRMS1 , < 60 cm 2dRMS
  • Atlas® H50 Accuracy: 30 cm HRMS+
  • 3-Channel, Parallel Tracking (with SBAS ranging)
  • Update Rate: 1 Hz default, optional 10 Hz or 20 Hz
  • WAAS (North America)
  • EGNOS (Europe)
  • MSAS (Japan)
  • GAGAN (India)
  • SouthPAN (Australia / New Zealand)
  • Concurrent use of B3 and L5 signals+
  • Atlas® H50 (Basic): 30 cm HRMS+
  • Longer battery: 18 hours per charge+
  • Multiplex feature: Eos Bridge™ functionality built in+
  • Multipoint support: Connect one Arrow 100+™ to multiple  mobile devices simultaneously+
  • Fully Bluetooth® Pre-Qualified: Bluetooth® 2.1 + EDR
  • Supported Bluetooth® Profiles: SPP, iAP, Multi-point+
  • Bluetooth® Transmission: Class 1, 300 m typical range2 (up to 1 km)
  • Bluetooth® Frequency: 2,400-2,485 GHz
  • Data I/O Protocol: NMEA 183, RTCM SC-104, Binary
  • Port: Bluetooth®, USB 2.0, Serial (optional)
  • iPhone and iPad
  • Android smartphones and tablets
  • Windows, Windows Mobile
  • Battery Type: Field Replaceable, Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Pack (rechargeable inside unit or separately)
  • Battery Capacity Arrow 100®: 12 hrs3
  • Battery Capacity Arrow 100+™: 11+ hrs3+
  • Charging Time: 4 hrs (vehicle charger available)
  • Power
  • GNSS
  • DGNSS
  • DIFF
  • Bluetooth®
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)3
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
  • Humidity: 95 % Non-Condensing
  • Compliance: FCC, CE, RoHS and Lead-Free
  • Enclosure Material: Xenoy
  • Enclosure Rating: Waterproof, IP-67
  • Immersion: 30 cm, 30 minutes
  • Dimensions: 12.5cm x 8.4cm x 4.2cm (4.92″ x 3.3″ x 1.65″)
  • Weight: 372 g (0.82 lbs)
  • Data Connectors: Mini USB type B receptacle
  • Antenna Connector: SMA female
  • Gain (without cable): 26 dB (± 2 dB), 35 mA
  • Voltage: +4,5 to +15 VDC
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Dimensions (mm): 5.7cm diam. x 1.5 cm (2.24 x 0.59 in.)
  • Weight: 97 g (0.21 lbs)
  • RF Connector: SMA female
  • Operating Temperature: -55°C to +70°C (-67°F to +158°F)
GNSS Receiver Specification Footnotes:
  1. Depends on multipath environment, number of satellites in view, satellite geometry, baseline length (for local services) and ionospheric activities. Convergence time for single frequency is highly dependent on the distance to the base station and the number of constellations/satellites supported by the base station
  2. Transmission in free space
  3. Lithium-Ion battery performance degrades below -20°C (-4°F)
  4. +Indicates item applies only to Arrow 100+™ (plus model)

Featured Arrow 100® Case Studies

Foggy Forest

Halifax Students Identify $270,000 of Covered Tree Replacements

Students hold contractors responsible for $270,000 in warranty-covered replacements by using Arrow 100 for tree inventory with Esri Collector.

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Foggy Forest

City of Gastonia PUD Looks to the Future of GIS with Valve Exercising

Using Arrow 100 for valve exercising let Two Rivers Utilities add hundreds of valves to their GIS and prepare for tracing on the Esri Utility Network.

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Foggy Forest

Timber Operations Go Digital In Northern Canada

Tolko is always modernizing its mapping technology. They recently increased timber harvest by adopting Arrow 100® GNSS w/ GLONASS & Esri apps.

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What Customers Say about the Arrow 100®

Images from the Field: Arrow 100® in Action

Resources for Current Arrow 100® Customers

Get Started

Ready to get started with your new Arrow 100® GNSS receiver? Follow along with this Arrow Quick Start Guide to power on, Bluetooth® pair, and mount your Arrow 100® GNSS receiver.

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Check Your Firmware

The latest firmware for the Arrow 100® is 6.0Aa01. Check your firmware by going to the “About” menu of Eos Tools Pro. If your firmware is not 6.0Aa01, then we recommend contacting our technical support team for instructions on how to upgrade your firmware.

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Browse Resources

A variety of informative articles, how-to guides, and video tutorials are available in the Eos Knowledge Base. Browse content to make sure you’re getting the most out of your GNSS receiver.

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