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R5 Supreme NAV (with R4 NAV sensor)

The R5 Supreme NAV products are self-monitoring and extremely user friendly. The R5 Supreme NAV system utilises the highly versatile R5 CDU and, with an option of R4 Sensors and antennas, it represents one of the most flexible navigation systems on the market.

High performance positioning with combined GPS and GLONASS

The large colour touch-screen display and intuitive graphical user interface makes operation both visually appealing and easy. The multitude of interfaces make the system highly appropriate for integration into modern networked bridge solutions. The network interface may also be used to connect several systems in redundant configuration or to add additional passive displays.

Technical specifications

Waypoints: 4000
Routes: 128 (max 512 waypoints in each route)

Functions: Support for additional read only displays and redundant systems.

Integrity: RAIM and Heartbeat Monitoring

Power supply: Sensor; 12/24 VDC CDU; 12/24 VDC

Power Consumption: Sensors; 2.0 W (GPS), 2.7W(DGPS). Display 13W

GNSS receiver

  • 270 channel combined L1 GPS and L1 GLONASS
  • DGNSS: SBAS, externally input RTCM-104 or Beacon option
  • Update rate: 1 Hz default, 5 Hz max
  • Position accuracy: GPS*; 3m, DGPS** 1m (2D RMS)
  • Cold start: 1 min typical
  • Reacquisition: <1s

IALA Beacon receiver add-on (DGNSS version)

  • Dual receiver: Manual or Automatic tuning
  • Frequency: 283.5 to 325.0 kHz
  • MSK Bit Rates: 0, 100, 200 bps
  • Cold Start Time: < 1 minute typical
  • Reacquisition: < 2 seconds typical
  • Sensitivity: 25 µV/m for 6 dB SNR @ 200 bps

Electrical interfaces (CDU + sensor)

  • Ethernet 10/100 Mbit (LWE IEC 61162-450)
  • 3 RS-422 I/O (User configurable) NMEA/IEC 61162-1 Ed. 4
  • 1 RS-422 Output (NMEA/IEC61162-4 Ed.4) only
  • 3 Digital In, 3 Digital Out
  • USB Host 2.0
  • SDHC Reader
  • Speed log output
  • Alarm Binary Out Port
  • Alarm Acknowledge Binary Port
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Did you know...

… what DGNSS stands for? How many satellite systems are supported by R5 NAV MkII? Here are some interesting facts about global positioning.

  • DGNSS stands for Differential Global Navigation Satellite Systems and is an enhancement to GNSS which provides improved location accuracy (down to a few centimeters)
  • Saab’s R5 Supreme NAV MkII and R5 NAV PRO supports four independent GNSS constellations for improved resilience and flexibility: GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and GALILEO.
  • The vast majority of Saab’s navigation systems reach the end customers with the aid of our global distribution and service network.
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