ComNav Voyager X3 Class A AIS Transceiver

ComNav Voyager X3 Class A AIS Transceiver


The ComNav Voyager X3 Class A AIS Transceiver features advanced technological design for enhanced performance and reliability.


  • Compact Single Box Design
  • NMEA 0183 Standard For Marine Networking
  • Display Graphically AIS Data Target Overlay On Standard Radars With Multi-function Chart Displays
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  • Display graphically AIS data target overlay on standard radars and multifunction chart displays
  • Wireless exchange - Navigation status between vessels and shore traffic monitoring centers
  • Monitor vessels of Class A and Class B over standard VHF data transmissions
  • Port traffic management - using Class A and Class B data to identify and control vessel movements
  • Transmit safety related messages reducing search and rescue times
  • Rotary encoder for quick selection and data entry using two soft keys
  • Easily upgradeable through PC software via RS232 - 9 way D type connector
  • Built in 16 Channel GPS receiver with antenna
  • High contrast mono-chrome LCD for clear presentation of data
  • Dual mode Class A/Inland AIS configurable via built-in menu
  • International certification to IEC61993-2 and inland waterways standards
  • Fully compatible with ComNav Vector G2/G2B GPS Compasses
  • 1 Year warranty
  • Worldwide service
  • Configuration and set up software
  • Data display for MMSI, vessel name, call sign, vessel type, etc.
  • Auto configuration for safety related message
  • GPS display of position, COG and SOG
  • GPS diagnostics
  • 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
  • Real time display for serial data output
  • Ability to log data to file
Notable Specifications:


  • Operating Voltage: 12 to 24 VDC
  • Power Consumption: 10 watts average, 4.75A peak to 12VDC
  • NMEA0183 Interface: 38.4 baud bi-directional
  • RS232 Interface: 38.4k baud bi-directional
  • Operating Temperature: -15°C to +55°C
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