ZDIGAIT3000

Digital Yacht AIT3000 Nucleus Class B AIS Transponder

Digital Yacht AIT3000 Nucleus Class B AIS Transponder

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The Digital Yacht AIT3000 Nucleus Class B AIS Transponder incorporates a full function Class B transponder with an antenna splitter that allows the main VHF antenna on the boat to be shared with the AIS and VHF.

Features

  • Full Connectivity Via NMEA0183 Dual In/Out Interfaces With Built-In Multiplexer For Instrument Data
  • NMEA 2000 Output
  • USB Interface For PC And MAC
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AIT3000 Nucleus Class B AIS Transponder

**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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Class B AIS transponders have made a remarkable impact on small craft navigation but many potential users or installers are put off by the requirement for yet another VHF antenna.

It's also been designed with the latest interfacing capability including NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000, USB and a WiFi server to allow tablets and iPads to connect - hence the name Nucleus as it becomes the hub for on board navigation. NMEA data from other on board systems can be multiplexed by the Nucleus and combined on the WiFi link.

The Nucleus transponder is the World's first to include ZeroLoss™ technology for the antenna sharing and a wireless interface for iPad connectivity. More and more boat owners are utilising an iPad or tablet as either a primary navigation display or as a touch screen repeater for their existing navigation system. Digital Yacht also offer a free AIS viewing app called iAIS as well as more sophisticated charting apps like NavLink. If you're an Android user, AISView is also compatible. The NMEA interface allows connection to any AIS compatible chart plotter and USB is available for MAC or PC users as well as allowing programming of the unit with your boat details.

Other features include a silence switch option allowing the unit's transmissions to be stopped while continuing to receive AIS transmissions. It also has an output for a FM stereo radio.

Features:

  • Combination Class B AIS transponder with patented ZeroLoss VHF-AIS antenna splitter
  • Inbuilt WiFi server for tablets & smartphones
  • Remote silence switch capability
  • Ultra tough, waterproof and compact construction
  • FM antenna output
  • Supplied with GPS antenna
  • Supported range of apps for iOS, Android, PC & MAC
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