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McMurdo SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder

McMurdo SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder

Description

The McMurdo SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder transmits vessel position information and receives all AIS targets within 20 miles of the boat.

Features

  • "Silent" option allows for privacy and safety
  • Built-in GPS Receiver
  • Supports NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 Output
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$649.00
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The McMurdo SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder, part of McMurdo's new range of innovative AIS products, is perfect for smaller non SOLAS vessels, where the complexity of a Class A Transponder is not necessary. Using the built-in GPS receiver, the SmartFind M10 determines position, speed and course, and once this is combined with other navigational information, it is automatically transmitted without any user interaction. When received by other vessels and coast stations, the data built up to provide a live graphical display of traffic in the area.

Engineered for flawless integration with navigation systems, the SmartFind M10 supports NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 output, meets IEC 62287 and related standards. 

Benefiting from an SD card slot, the SmartFind M10, can be quickly and easily used as a data recorder, enabling the capture of all messages - to assist in system and safety monitoring, including incident investigation. Recorded data is logged and stored.

The `Silent' option, allows the user to temporarily stop the broadcast of identifying information on occasions where either privacy or security is required.

The SmartFind M10W AIS Class B Transponder with WiFi features Wireless connectivity to a user’s smart device (tablet, phone, laptop) allowing operational flexibility.

What's Included:
  • (1) AIS Receiver with integral cable for power, USB and NMEA 0183
  • (1) User manual
  • (1) PC AIS Viewer software
  • (1) GPS antenna and cable
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
McMurdo SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder 21-200-001A SmartFind M10 AIS Class B Transponder
$568.75
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McMurdo SmartFind M10W Class B AIS Receiver 21-200-002A SmartFind M10W Class B AIS Receiver, with WIFI
$732.00
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