ComNav G2 Satellite Compass

ComNav G2 Satellite Compass


The ComNav G2 Satellite Compass supports both GPS and GLONASS satellites for complete redundancy.


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  • CE Certified For EMI And RFI Immunity
  • 1PPS Output Standard
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  • Heading accuracy < 0.25° rms
  • Position accuracy < 0.3m 95% confidence (DGPS)
  • An integrated 9 Axis Inertial Measurement Core (IMC technology) provides enhanced roll, tilt and heading stability even during momentary loss of satellite signals
  • IMO Compliant G3 color display system (optional)
  • Engineered enhancements to exceed sealed IP67 rating
  • Extended 2 year warranty
  • NMEA 2000® interface
  • Type approved as primary heading AND positioning device
  • Heave, Pitch, Roll and Rate of Turn as standard output
  • Heading updates 1 to 20 Hz
  • BAUD Rate selectable: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,115200
  • Fully compatible with on board NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000® RADAR, ECDIS, AIS, Cameras, SONAR, PC and Autopilots
  • Compact integrated surface mounting (Pole mount optional)
  • IMO Compliant, Wheelmark and USCG approved
  • Pre-programmed default settings for Heading, Rate of Turn, Course over Ground, Lat/Long position, Time & Date
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ComNav G2 Satellite Compass 11220006 G2 Satellite Compass, NMEA 2000 With 6m Cable
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ComNav G2 Satellite Compass - NMEA 0183 w/15M Cable 11220001 G2 Satellite Compass, NMEA 0183 With 15m Cable
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