Juno 3B

General features

Following are the general characteristics of the device Juno 3B:

  • Robust IP54 degree of protection for difficult conditions abroad.
  • With so many benefits, fully integrated, economic.
  • Voice communication and data 3.75G cellular phone.
  • High sensitivity GPS receiver.
  • 5 megapixel digital camera with autofocus and flash.
  • Long-life battery for a full day of work.
  • Lightweight and compact.


Key Features

Unifies and controls your distributed team resources to provide geotagged geographic data that you can trust. With the Trimble® models Juno® series, the mobile team will have a fully integrated data capture system based on GPS for daily work. If your organization manages critical resources, responds to emergencies or keeps up a business of geographic information system (GIS), you may increase effectiveness both in the field and in the office with dedicated data capture workflows and TRIMBLE Juno devices.

Protected by a rugged compact case from dust, water and shock, the Juno TRIMBLE offer a complete and flexible package integrated with positioning, imaging and communications day after day.

For standard positioning applications, such as navigation, the high-sensitivity receiver delivers optimal performance for obtaining a position quickly in the most difficult conditions. The positional accuracy of 2 to 5 meters in real time will always be available in regions with SBAS coverage. And it can be further improved to values ​​from 1 to 3 meters with a simple post-processing to meet current regulations.


All-in-one mobile solution

This handheld combines the benefits of a GPS device, a camera, a PDA and a cell phone and offers to work  teams a variety of tools in a single compact package, which means fewer batteries to charge and fewer devices to drive.

With the camera on its hand, teams can document exactly what they see on the field. Trimble Juno combines photos with GPS so the photos can be geotagged instantly for future reference. In addition, this greatly improves collaboration between field and office staff since the photos can be sent from the field to the office for a review.


Designed for GIS workflows and distributed teams

The data integrity and standardization are critical in GIS environment to maintain a fully efficient work flow. Professionally geotagged data recording requires dedicated field software applications. TRIMBLE Juno series models have been optimized for use TRIMBLE TerraSync ™ software and other industry-standard software applications, so you can be sure that the data received in the office are exactly what you need and will be able to integrate them easily into the geographic information system of your organization.


Standard Functions

  1. System
    • 5 Megapixel digital camera 5 with geo-labeling.
    • Wireless Bluetooth® v2.0.
    • Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g + WAPI.
    • Touch Screen 3,5 inches QVGA with readable color to sunlight.
    • Long-duration Li-ion battery, rechargeable and extractable.
    • 800 MHz Processor.
    • 256 MB RAM.
    • 2 GB Flash Memory.
    • One MicroSD memory slot (compatible with microSDHC).
    • Integrated speaker and microphone.
    • Windows® Embedded Handheld 6.5 Professional in many languages.
  2. GPS
    • Hight sensitivity GPS/SBAS1 receiver and antenna.
  3. Standard Software
    • Adobe Reader.
  4. Standard Accesories
    • USB data cable.
    • Stylus with lace.
    • Lanyard Wrist.
    • Rechargeable Li-ion battery.
    • International AC power supply.


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