I could not configure or use it for anything yet. My idea was to use it with free Australian NTRIP caster provided by AUSCORS . Their bases are about 50 km from places I need more accurate coordinates but I am not expecting 2cm accuracy.
I would be happy with anything from 30cm to 100cm. This is just for one application(taking photos with more accurate GPS coordinates).
So after I broke that pin on the switch(or the switch as a whole) I just put it into Bluetooth mode on the receiver, followed all steps in manual as for setting it to work with a third party base. I just skipped the step where I needed to configure NTRIP caster. Clicked connect in NTRIP app and checked with third party GPS app and google maps what is accuracy. Third party app(GPS test) I used did not show any satellites and displayed “no fix” but it displayed 1m accuracy. And google map put me exactly where the antenna was while with built in the phone GPS it always a few meters off.
The second application I hoped to use it in the future would be for a drone and I was planing to get another kit from Polaris to set up my own base. But this is a future project, I need to sort out broken pin on the switch, just to see how it works with photos before I can go with purchasing another kit.
I do not know in which position the switch right now. The first time I set it to A and when I tried to move it to B the pin on the switch came off and it probably took with itself a lot of plastic behind it. I did not apply too much pressure at all.