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ComNav 1001FC Autopilot

ComNav 1001FC Autopilot

Description

The ComNav 1001FC Autopilot is suitable for mid-sized vessels, in the range of 30 to 60 feet.

Features

  • Fixed Station Autopilot
  • Three "Turn" Functions: Continuous, Emergency, And "U"Turns
  • Compatible With Most Standard Types Of Steering Systems
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Details

Features:

  • Water resistant Control Head
  • Automatic trim
  • Adjustable yaw, turn rate and rudder settings
  • Easy course changes, from one degree to major changes
  • "Nav" mode accepts NMEA 0183 information
  • Fast and Slow Modes may be automatically implemented by Nav device
  • Ten selectable steering parameters for both Fast and Slow Modes
  • Digital display of rudder angle
  • Output for optional analog rudder angle indicator, up to 4 stations
  • Backlit LCD display for comfortable viewing
  • Adjustable brightness
  • Built-in diagnostics and self tests plus visual and audible alarms
  • Easy to install and fully compatible with your onboard instruments
  • Extended 3 year warranty
  • Meets CE requirements
  • Reliable in any sea and weather conditions
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