21410004

ComNav Mariner X2 AIS Class B Transceiver

ComNav Mariner X2 AIS Class B Transceiver

Description

The ComNav Mariner X2 AIS Class B Transceiver shows real time display for serial data output.

Features

  • Display Graphically AIS Target Overlay On Standard Radars And Multifunction Chart Displays
  • Vessel Monitoring Of Class A And Class B Transmissions Over Standard VHF Frequencies
  • Allows Fleet Of Vessels To Be Efficiently Monitored And Port Traffic Better Managed
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** This product includes a $35.00 programming fee, as the FCC requires all units sold in the US to be programmed by a qualified technician. Please submit the form below for programming at time of purchase. A copy of the MMSI Registration or FCC Ship Station License is required along with the vessel master or owner's signature on the completed programming form. **

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Enhanced Safety and Security at Sea

Features:

  • Safety - See and be seen using your on-board chart plotter
  • Wireless exchange - Navigation status between vessels and shore traffic monitoring centers
  • Type approvals: FCC, USCG standard in USA, R&TTE Europe, and IC in Canada
  • IP67 waterproof enclosure design with marine grade connectors
  • Small and rugged, shock and vibration resistant
  • Standard NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and USB interface
  • Silent mode - User selectable
  • Built-in 50 channel GPS receiver complemented by an integrated GPS antenna
  • Four LED status indicators
  • Includes Pro AIS2 software for configuration and diagnostics
  • Easily upgradeable through PC software via USB
  • Meets CE requirements
  • 2 year warranty
  • Supplied with configuration and set up software
  • Data display for MMSI, vessel name, call sign, vessel type, etc.
  • GPS display of position, COG and SOG
  • GPS diagnostics and satellite signal bar chart
  • Key status indicators
  • Shows Transponder software and firmware version
  • Displays receiver and transmitter statistics
  • Displays Class A, Class B, base station and A to N target data
  • Ability to log data to file
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$619.42
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