M81120

Raymarine Hydraulic Steering System Pumps

Raymarine Hydraulic Steering System Pumps

Description

The Raymarine Hydraulic system Pumps are compatible with steering systems equipped with hydraulic steering rams.

Features

  • Intended to operate the boat’s steering mechanism as part of a Raymarine autopilot system
  • Contains a precision gear pump and a check valve driven by a serve motor
  • Works on two-line systems, two-line pressurized systems, and three-line systems
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Reversing hydraulic pump for use with steering systems equipped with 4.914 cubic inch (80cc 230cc) hydraulic steering rams.

The Type 1 hydraulic drive is compatible with both S1/S1G and S2/S2G corepacks. Use the table below to determine the Type 1 hydraulic drive's capacity when used with each corepack

Corepack Used S1 or S1G

Ram Capacity 4.9in - 10.5in
(80CC-172CC)
Maximum Stall
Pressure at 12V
750psi (50bar)

(no load) 67in/min (1000cc/min)

Corepack Used S2 or S2G

Ram Capacity 4.9in - 14in
(80cc - 230cc)
Maximum Stall
Pressure at 12V
750psi (50bar)

Peak Flow Rate
(no load) 67in/min (1000CC/min)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Hydraulic Steering System Pumps M81120 Type 1 pump for steering systems equipped with 4.914 cubic inch hydraulic steering arms
$754.82
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Raymarine Hydraulic Steering System Pumps M81121 Type 1 pump for steering systems equipped with 9.821 cubic inch hydraulic steering arms
$938.70
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