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Clipper Wind Instrument With Masthead Transducer And Cover

Clipper Wind Instrument With Masthead Transducer And Cover

Description

The Clipper Wind Instrument With Masthead Transducer And Cover features an exceptionally large and clear display with 60 segments for full 360 degree direction indication.

Features

  • Keypad Adjustment Of Masthead Alignment
  • Seven Levels Of Display Backlighting
  • Compatible With Standard Horizon CP180 And CP300 Plotters
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The Clipper Wind system shares the same 110mm square case as its sister instruments in the Clipper range.  Windspeed is shown in knots, M.P.H. or Metres/second. The pointer style is selectable, from the single segment shown above, to multi segments for greater clarity or a 'windex' style indicator. The Masthead unit is well proven and supplied with 20 metres of cable as standard.

Technical Specifications:


  • Supply voltage Nominal 12v DC
  • Consumption, 50mA+ (25mA for display illumination max)
  • Display case size 110 x 110 mm
  • Depth behind panel 30mm
  • Anemometer head 210 x 140mm
  • 5 and 20 metre extension cables available
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