.  . GPS, Interactive Sensors, Power Control . GY-NEO6MV2 GPS Module


$9.95 (AUD)

This GPS module is well known amongst the community and is often used with the ArduCopter gear. At the core is a U-Blox Neo-6 GPS receiver which has advanced power management and anti-jamming technology. The module takes care of all the hardware requirements.

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GY-NEO6MV2 GPS  Module is a low-cost yet powerful GPS receiver based on the famous and high-end u-Blox Neo-6M module. It has a small battery for hot-start and a built-in EEPROM. To offer better signal reception, an external ceramic antenna connects to the board via a U.FL connector, solid!

The best! It can operate from 3.3V to 5V system, so all those 5V Arduino boards (CT-UNO, Maker-UNO, Arduino-UNO, Mega, Leonardo, and many more) 3.3V controllers that include Arduino and Raspberry Pi work perfectly with this GPS module. Though it is 5V compatible, you will need a proper level shifter to interface with the serial (UART) line; please use a proper level shifter.

And do take note, it is not is Arduino shield or Raspberry Pi HAT form factor; you will need to do some manual wiring to interface with the controller board 🙂 But that will be fun!

  • Ceramic antenna for solid signal
  • EEPROM for saving the configuration data when powered off
  • Backup battery
  • LED signal indicator
  • Applicable for Raspberry Pi and Arduino
  • Compatible with various flight-control modules 
  • Model: GY-GPS6MV2
  • Antenna Size: 25mm x 25mm
  • Module Size: 25mm x 35mm
  • Cable: 20mm
  • Mounting Hole Diameter: 3 mm
  • Default Baud Rate: 9600
  • Power Supply Range: 3 V to 5v

Package includes: 1 x GY-NEO6MV2 Flight Controller GPS Module

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Weight .050 kg
Dimensions 2.5 × 2.5 × 1 cm

Product Applications

The module is very easy to hook up to a microcontroller using RX and TX and is compatible with Raspberry Pi, Arduino or with various flight controllers designed to work with a GPS module.

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