Clipper Marine PC Navtex USB

Clipper Marine PC Navtex USB


The Clipper Marine PC Navtex USB is a two channel Navtex Receiver designed to operate on your personal computer.


  • Connects To Standard Nasa Navtex Antenna Supplied
  • Compatible With Windows XP To 7
  • Supplied With PC CD Software, USB Connection, Lead, Fused Power Cable And Active Antenna
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It will receive navtex messages even without your PC connected. Navtex messages are stored in a vast internal memory for you to download when you get on board. Down loading is quick and the software provided allows you to select the messages you want. Leave the unit on 24/7 then, when you get on board, just plug in your PC and immediately download the latest weather forecast from your local station, or any other message stored in the PC Navtex USB's memory.


  • 518 and 490kHz message reception
  • 12 volt supply with low 27mA current consumption
  • Supply voltage 10 to 16 volts DC
  • Dimensions 115 x 100 x 30mm
  • Antenna length 195mm (complete with 7 metre cable)
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