Octopus Intellisteer Type T System

Octopus Intellisteer Type T System


The Octopus Intellisteer Type T System features an electronic clutch that disengages for manual steering.


  • Replaces Existing Helm
  • Rotary Drive System
  • Fits Behind Dash
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Kit includes:

  • Wireless Control
  • Helm Replacement Drive Unit
  • Electronic clutch
  • Fits behind dash
  • Type T for HElms with Tilt function
  • Easy to use installation kit

Key Features:

  • Type T for helms with tilt function
  • Safety override technology
  • Current 1.25A Typical, 5A Max while steering
  • Includes Wireless Control System, Drive System, Installation Kit
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