A12004

Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots

Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots

Description

The Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots are self-contained autopilot instruments designed for tiller steered sailboats.

Features

  • Mounted between the tiller and a single attachment point on the boat’s structure
  • Ready for use after connection to the boat’s 12 V electrical system
  • Share data transmitted from other Raymarine SeaTalk instruments
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The Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots are controlled using simple push-button operations. Four basic operating modes are offered:

  • Standby mode: autopilot off
  • Auto mode: autopilot engaged and locked onto a heading
  • Track mode: autopilot is on and maintaining a track between two way points created on a navigation system
  • WindTrim mode: autopilot is on and maintaining a course relative to an apparent wind angle

Tiller Pilots can also share transmitted data to other Raymarine SeaTalk instruments. These can be used to acquire wind information from a wind instrument for wind vane steering without the need to install a separate vane. Boat speed data from a speed instrument provides optimum track, keeping performance high. Finally, information can be tracked from a navigator, enabling the autopilot to provide way point control.

What's Included:
  • (1) Instruction manual
  • (1) Plus Tiller Pilot 12V socket
  • (1) Tiller pin
  • (1) Mounting socket
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots A12004 ST1000 plus tiller pilot for vessels up to 6,600 pounds
$439.99
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Raymarine Plus Tiller Pilots A12005 ST2000 plus tiller pilot for vessels up to 10,000 pounds
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