Diagram description GPS support kit

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

The GPS interface can be fed in 2 ways: with a stabilized 5V supply or with a 10 to 25V unregulated DC supply. In both cases the power is fed into the RJ45 connector on point 8. Pin 7 is DC ground. The power supply current is first secured with a slow 315mA fuse (in socket). Then there is a Transzorb device to ground. This device is a short-circuit for reverse polarity voltages and for voltages above 27V. It causes the fuse to blow and in doing so, protecting the other electronics and GPS module.

Diagram description GPS support kit
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