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KVH Azimuth 1000 Compasses

KVH Azimuth 1000 Compasses

Description

The KVH Azimuth 1000 Compasses are ideal for all types of powerboats.

Features

  • Self-contained for easy installation
  • Designed to military quality standards
  • Simple push-button selection of off-course mode
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$795.00
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$636.00
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The Azimuth 1000 combines a digital fluxgate compass and an LCD display into one compact, watertight unit. Ideal for all types of powerboats, the Azimuth 1000s large, heads-up display provides easy-to-read heading, compass rose, and off-course steering information. And with its standard NMEA 0183 output, you can send its precise heading data to other onboard equipment. No matter how fast your speed or how rough the seas, Azimuth 1000 keeps you steady on course!

Highlights:

  • Automatic compensation ensures the highest degree of accuracy (0.5°)
  • Backlit LCD display with rotating compass rose and large numerals offers clear viewing during both day and night;
  • Interfaces with other NMEA 0183-compatible equipment, including radar, autopilots, plotters, and PC software
  • Simple push-button selection of off-course mode and any of 10 damping levels
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KVH Azimuth 1000 Compasses 01-0148-01 Azimuth 1000 compass, white
$636.00
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KVH Azimuth 1000 Compasses 01-0148 Azimuth 1000 compass, black
$636.00
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