OC15SUK27B

Octopus Rudder Feed Back Potentiometer Modules

Octopus Rudder Feed Back Potentiometer Modules

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The Octopus Rudder Feed Back Potentiometer Module is an integrated rudder feedback unit that directly mounts to the drive unit itself.

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Typically one of the most complex and time consuming aspects of autopilot installation is fitting the rudder feedback unit and ensuring that the geometry matches the full range of rudder movement. The solution is an integrated rudder feedback unit that directly mounts to the drive unit itself.

The standard RFB unit's (OC15SUK27A - OC15SUK27E) are dedicated to a particular manufacturer.Both types are attached directly to the drive unit for simple installation.

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