GPS200-01

Maretron GPS200 NMEA 2000 GPS Receiver

Maretron GPS200 NMEA 2000 GPS Receiver

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The Maretron GPS200 NMEA 2000 GPS Receiver is a plug-and-play device that is fully compliant to the NMEA 2000 standard.

Features

  • Provides reliable position fixes 10 times per second
  • Directly connect to any NMEA 2000 network and communicate with navigational software
  • Automatically decodes GPS correction signals from SBAS
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Maretron's GPS200 provides reliable position fixes 10 times per second, accurate boat speed four times per second, and precision time once per second.

It will directly connect to any NMEA 2000 network and communicate with navigational software, chart plotters, autopilots and dedicated instrument displays - such as Maretron's N2KView Vessel Monitoring and Control system or DSM250 graphical display - and its compact, waterproof housing provides years of reliable performance.

The GPS200 automatically decodes GPS correction signals from Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) including the North American Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS), the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS), or the Asian Multifunctional Transport Satellite-based Augmentation System (MSAS) to provide better than 3m accuracy.

The GPS200 is easily mounted to any 1" standard marine mount with its standard 1"-14 male threads. It can also be mounted directly to a deck.

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