21-300-001A

McMurdo SmartFind M15 AIS Class B Receiver

McMurdo SmartFind M15 AIS Class B Receiver

Description

The McMurdo SmartFind M15 AIS Class B Receiver is a low cost receiver that receives all Class A, Class B, AIS SART, AIS MOB, and AIS Base Station transmissions and plots their positions directly on your chartplotter or PC/MAC.

Features

  • Dual Channel AIS Receiver
  • USB "Plug & Play" Connectivity
  • NMEA0183 Interface
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The SMARTFIND M15 is a low cost receiver that puts AIS technology within the reach of even those on a limited budget. At only 128 x 88 x 36 mm it is compact and easy to install and set up, supporting integration with existing navigation systems via its NMEA0183 or USB interfaces.

The SMARTFIND M15S has the added innovation of a built in VHF Splitter, providing shared antenna capability with a user’s VHF Radio, making the M15S more cost effective and simpler to install (as no additional aerial is needed). The M15S can be externally or USB powered.

Features:

  • Displays all AIS message types
  • Includes AIS Viewer display and configuration software
  • Optional antenna splitter and WiFi

 

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McMurdo SmartFind M15 AIS Class B Receiver 21-300-001A SmartFind M15 AIS Class B Receiver
$233.75
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McMurdo SmartFind M15S AIS Class B Receiver/Splitter 21-300-002A SmartFind M15S AIS Class B Receiver, with VHF Splitter
$286.25
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