ZDIGAIS100USB

Digital Yacht AIS100 USB AIS Receiver

Digital Yacht AIS100 USB AIS Receiver

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The Digital Yacht AIS100 USB AIS Receiver is an effective solution for adding AIS to a PC.

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  • Low cost entry level AIS receiver
  • USB Interface for simple plug-and-play connection to a PC
  • Easy to install IP54 black box solution
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This value priced, entry level AIS receiver is Digital Yacht's most cost effective solution for adding AIS to your PC. Featuring the same dual channel receiver as the AIS200 Pro, but without the NMEA 0183 output and multiplexer, there is no compromise on performance and the AIS100 will out perform all other, inferior, single channel receivers.

For use with any AIS compatible PC navigation software, such as the latest SmarterTrack, MaxSea, Nobeltec, SeaPro and RosePoint applications. Connected to an existing VHF antenna (via a splitter) or to a dedicated AIS antenna, you can receive all AIS targets within 20 miles of your boat.
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  • High performance dual-channel AIS receiver for use with AIS compatible PC navigation software
  • Requires VHF antenna or dedicated AIS antenna (available as optional accessory)
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