E70098

Raymarine Actuator Control Units

Raymarine Actuator Control Units

Description

The Raymarine Actuator Control Units deliver reliable autopilot drive power.

Features

  • Connector panel is IPX2 rated and drive electronics are IPX6 rated
  • No clutch connections are required
  • Also provides power to the SeaTalk bus
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Details

The rugged ACU (Actuator Control Unit) delivers reliable autopilot drive power and also provides power to the SeaTalkng bus. Choose the ACU that fits your steering system type.

Notable Specifications:

Drive Current Output
Maximum continuous 7 Amps at supply voltage
Drive Clutch Output
No clutch connection

Connections

  • Rudder reference sensor
  • Power
  • Drive motor
  • Ground


Nominal supply voltage
12 V
Operating voltage range
10.8V to 15.6V dc
Power Consumption (standby) - Main Power Supply
300 mA (12V)
Power Consumption (standby) - SeaTalkng Power Supply
No power supply to SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng LEN (Load Equivalency Number)
1
SeaTalkng Power Out
No power supply to SeaTalkng
Data Connections
SeaTalkng

Installation Environment

  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C (-4°F to +131°F)
  • Storage Temperature: -30°C to +70°C (-22°F to +158°F)
  • Relative Humidity: MAX 93%


Waterproof rating

  • Connector Panel: IPX2
  • Drive Electronics: IPX6



Dimensions (W x H x D)
180mm x 140mm x 52mm (7.1 in x 5.5 in x 2.0 in)
Weight
0.6 kg (1.32lbs)

Conformance

  • Europe: 2004/108/EC
  • Australia and New Zealand: C-Tick, Compliance Level 2
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