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Navico Precision-9 Compass

Navico Precision-9 Compass
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Precision-9 Compass

Precision-9, a solid-state compass that measures motion on nine separate axis alignments. Designed for both recreational and commercial markets.

Advantage of Innovation

The Precision-9 compass D which replaces the RC-42N rate compass D features modern, solid-state technology and components. Customers will notice dynamic improvements in performance of autopilot control and stabilized radar displays, including MARPA target tracking.

NMEA 2000® Heading & ROT Output

When connected to an NMEA 2000® network, the Precision-9 Compass will output Heading, Rate of Turn (ROT), Roll and Pitch data to networked autopilot, radar, sonar, multifunction displays and other navigational systems.

Solid-State Sensor Technology

The Precision-9 Compass incorporates a solid-state sensor array based on MEMS technology.

Mount Almost Anywhere

An easily adjustable mounting bracket and single-cable NMEA 2000® connectivity allow the Precision-9 Compass to be installed on any vessel, in almost any location.

Key Features
  • NMEA 2000® heading sensor for non-SOLAS vessels
  • Heading, Rate of Turn (ROT), roll and pitch output
  • Heading and ROT calculated using maximum poistions of rotation and motion
  • Accurate and reliable solid-state sensor technology
  • Heading accuracy of +/- 2° after calibration
  • Easily adjustable mounting bracket allows bulkhead or up-mast installation
  • IPX7 waterproof for external up-masting on steel hulled vessels
  • Simple installation with a single NMEA 2000® connection


In the box

  • Compass Sensor
  • T-Connector - 000-0119-79
  • 15' NMEA 2000 Drop cable - 000-0119-86
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Navico Precision-9 Compass 000-12607-001 NAVICO PRECISION-9 COMPASS NMEA 2000
$645.00
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