GP330B

Furuno GPS/WAAS Receiver Antenna

Furuno GPS/WAAS Receiver Antenna

Description

The Furuno GPS/WAAS Receiver Antenna is a compact and cost-effective receiver that offers extremely accurate position fixes.

Features

  • Position fixing sensor for NavNet 3D
  • Pin-enabled termination resistor allows simple NMEA2000 backbone or drop wiring configurations
  • Position updates every second
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Details

The GP330B is capable of data output in NMEA2000 format, making it an ideal GPS sensor for use with NavNet 3D systems. The sensor comes with all of the hardware required for deck- or mast-mounting solutions. A 6-meter cable with NMEA2000 connector is supplied as standard.

Standard Features:

  • High Accuracy, 14 Parallel Channel Receiver with Twelve Dedicated GPS Channels and Two Dedicated WAAS Channels
  • NMEA2000 Certified GPS Antenna Sensor
  • Fast Start Up (1 minute Cold Start Time-to-First-Fix)
  • Position updated every second
  • Unique "Pin-Enabled" Termination Resistor allows simple NMEA2000 Backbone or Drop Wiring configurations
  • Space-saving installation
  • Ideal position-fixing sensor for NavNet?3D series
  • Direct connection to any Furuno DRS



Power Requirements:

  • Low Power Consumption - 12VDC, 175mA (NMEA2000 LEN=3)
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Furuno GPS/WAAS Receiver Antenna GP330B GPS/WAAS receiver antenna
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