ZDIGSPL2000

Digital Yacht SPL2000 VHF/AIS Powered Antenna Splitter

Digital Yacht SPL2000 VHF/AIS Powered Antenna Splitter

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The Digital Yacht SPL2000 VHF/AIS Powered Antenna Splitter can be used for both an AIS and VHF simultaneously.

Features

  • Suitable for use with AIS Class B transponder systems as well as AIS receivers
  • Designed as a failsafe device with automatic priority given to the connected VHF
  • Features a AM/FM wired output for an on board stereo receiver
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This antenna splitter is supplied with a BNC-BNC patch cable for the AIS and a PL259-PL259 cable for the VHF. It also features a AM/FM wired output for an on board stereo receiver. Identical in size to the AIT2000, it makes the perfect complimentary splitter device for Digital Yacht's range of AIS products.

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Digital Yacht SPL2000 VHF/AIS Powered Antenna Splitter ZDIGSPL2000 SPL2000 VHF/AIS powered antenna splitter
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