GPS Data Logging

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Teensy 3.1 GPS Shield

We finally have GPS data logging operational on the Teensy GPS Shield.  Once again, we can thank Dario for that!  Currently the Teensy GPS Shield is under beta test and we have several software developers who are working to complete the software and verify the hardware.  There will be two models available.  Option 1 will include CAN bus and option 2 will be stripped of the CAN bus components.  The picture above shows Option 1 with the DSUB 9 pin connector for your CAN bus interface.  Once beta testing is complete, the first production run will begin and the Teensy GPS Shield will be available for sale!

6 thoughts on “GPS Data Logging

  1. Bruce vernham says:

    Please let me know when the teensy gsp logger with can will be available an cost.

    Any plan to use the i2c interface?

    1. kelly says:

      We’ve had a little delay with the software development. As of now, the software should be completed within the next 2-3 weeks. Once we verify everything works, we’ll do the first production run. I’m guessing it will be ready late November. The price will be roughly $100 depending on assembly costs.

      The i2c bus will be connected from the Teensy to the Venus838 and 9dof sensor chip. Currently we’re not using the i2c bus on the Venus838, but it will be wired up for those who want to use it.

      1. Bruce vernham says:

        Any feedback on the Can messages alligning with J1939 messages?

        Presently the ARD1939 is an available Arduino based j1939 protocal stack.

        Might be something interesting to look at for this project.

        Thanks

        Bruce

  2. kelly says:

    It’s not something we were targeting, but could be expansion for the near future! Thanks for pointing that out.

  3. Bruce Vernham says:

    Like I mentioned before, I have quite a bit of experience with CAN and would be willing to try to come up with CAN messaging support for this project if you are interested.

  4. kelly says:

    Yes, we’re interested! I’ll send you an email.

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