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ComNav 2001 Autopilot Magnetic Compass Sensor And Rotary Feedback

ComNav 2001 Autopilot Magnetic Compass Sensor And Rotary Feedback

Description

The ComNav 2001 Autopilot Magnetic Compass Sensor And Rotary Feedback is suitable for larger vessels, in the range of 80 to 500+ feet.

Features

  • Fixed Station Autopilot, Either Flush Or Bracket Mounted
  • Reliable In Any Sea And Weather Conditions
  • Three "Turn" Function: Continuous, Emergency, And "U" Turns
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Details

Features:

  • Power steering feature for ease of maneuvering
  • Port and Starboard dodge buttons for collision avoidance
  • Compatible with most types of steering sysems
  • "Hands Off" automatic trim
  • Variable yaw and turn rates
  • Optional full function Remotes, both fixed and hand held
  • Two RemotePorts built in
  • Easy course changes, from one degree to major changes
  • Two Navigation ports for dual Nav input of NMEA 0183
  • Heading output provides N+1, NMEA 0183 or AD 10S heading information
  • Output for optional analog Rudder Angle Indicator, up to 4 stations
  • Backlit LCD display with an adjustable automatic dimmer for night viewing
  • Visual and audible alarms
  • Easy to install and fully compatible with your onboard instruments
  • Ten selectable steering parameters
  • Optional Gyro interface for stepper, syncro or NMEA gyro systems
  • Optional Sail version with wind input and automatic Tack function
  • Extended 3 year warranty
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