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KVH Autocomp Heading Sensors

KVH Autocomp Heading Sensors

Description

The KVH Autocomp Heading Sensors provide precision heading data to an array of systems.

Features

  • Displays data on autopilots, GPS, video charts, radars, computers and other electronic instruments
  • Continuous automatic compensation feature ensures that the most precise heading data
  • Fully compatible with the NMEA 0183 output standard
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Designed as a remote sensor, the AutoComp 1000 can be mounted in a magnetically clean location (e.g., away from speakers, motors, wiring bundles, and other sources of changing magnetic fields), and its continuous automatic compensation feature ensures that the most precise heading data (within 0.5°) is available at all times. The AutoComp 1000 is fully compatible with the NMEA 0183 output standard and a universal interface card is available for use with other interface standards.

Highlights:

  • Remote sensor with continuous autocompensation ensures reliable heading data at all times
  • Accurate to within 0.5°
  • Fast 10 Hz NMEA 0183 standard output compatible with other ARPA radars, autopilots, and other electronic systems; optional interface card available for other outputs

 

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KVH Autocomp Heading Sensors 01-0117-0001 Autocomp 1000S heading sensor, sail
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KVH Autocomp Heading Sensors 01-0118-0001 Autocomp 1000P heading sensor, power
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