"App developers now have a simple and reliable way
to communicate with external navigation devices."
Redpark GPS Cable allows customers to connect iPad, iPhone and iPod touch to navigation devices
Redpark Product Development today announced the Redpark GPS Cable that allows customers to connect iPad, iPhone and iPod touch to navigation devices is now available.
The Redpark GPS Cable is a one meter long cable with a male DB-9 connector.
It is designed for use with navigation devices that use the NMEA 0183 communications protocol.
“Customers have told us that they would like to connect their iPhone to navigation devices in a glider, truck, tractor, airplane, or boat," explained Redpark president Mike Ridenhour.
“App developers that serve these markets now have a simple and reliable way to communicate with external navigation devices."
The Redpark GPS Cable - part number C2-GPS - is compatible with iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (4th generation).
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The cable is compatible with location aware iOS apps, including the Maps and Compass apps that are standard on iOS devices.
It supports data rates up to 57.6 Kbps and requires iOS 5.0.x or later.
The Redpark GPS Cable has an MSRP of $59 and is available today.
Further information about the cable and points of purchase is available at: