E70096

Raymarine EV-1 Sensor Core

Raymarine EV-1 Sensor Core

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The Raymarine EV-1 Sensor Core is a 9-axis sensor that monitors vessel motion in all three dimensions.

Features

  • Precision monitoring of heading, pitch, roll, and yaw
  • Solid state sensor technology delivers dynamic accuracy to within 2° in all conditions
  • Auto-compensation for on board magnetic fields and reliable heading accuracy
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At the center of every Evolution system is the intelligent EV sensor core, a 9-axis sensor that monitors vessel motion in all three dimensions. The innovative EV sensor core combines advanced solid-state sensors with the Evolution autopilot processor into a single easy-to-install housing.

Mount the EV sensor core above or below decks, the rugged enclosure is fully sealed and built to IPX6 and IPX7 waterproofing and submersion standards.

The EV-1 is designed for Evolution mechanical and hydraulic autopilot systems. SeaTalkng networking enables a single cable connection for power and data to the Evolution ACU (actuator control unit) and extended SeaTalkng and NMEA2000 networks.

Features:

  • Precision monitoring of heading, pitch, roll, and yaw allowing the autopilot to evolve instantly as sea conditions and vessel dynamics change
  • Flexible installation options. Mount above or below deck
  • Simple SeaTalkng connectivity to the control head and ACU
  • Fast and reliable heading data for MARPA, radar overlay, and heading modes on Raymarine multifunction displays
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