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Garmin GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor

Garmin GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor

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The Garmin GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor provides rudder position feedback and detects and avoids rudder stops while sailing or boating.

Features

  • Know Where The Rudder Is Positioned Without Having To Look Back
  • Make Smoother Maneuvers And Avoid Over-Compensating
  • Save Undue Wear And Stress On Autopilot System By Eliminating Force On The Rudder When It's Already Stopped Left Or Right
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The GRF 10 uses a magnetic sensor to relay position information, eliminating friction that causes other types of sensors to wear out. The arm of the GRF 10 is connected to the rudder of the boat and relays position information through the sensor to the mariner so they know where the rudder is - giving them an added peace of mind when starting from a stopped position, docking, launching or moving at slow speeds.

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor 010-11829-00 GRF 10 Rudder Feedback Sensor
$249.99
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Garmin GRF 10 Extension Cables 010-11829-01 GRF 10 extension cable, 5 meters
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Garmin GRF 10 Extension Cables 010-11829-02 GRF 10 extension cable, 15 meters
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