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Raymarine Wireless Micro Compass Systems

Raymarine Wireless Micro Compass Systems

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The Raymarine Wireless Micro Compass Systems display heading, tactical scale, and race timer.

Features

  • Readable, precise and reliable heading information
  • Digital compasses deliver this data right into natural field of view
  • Tactical scale gives clear stable figures corresponding on port and starboard tack
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The Micro Compass proved a huge advantage over competitors using glass ball compasses. To win races you must react to even small wind shifts. Readable, precise and reliable heading information from you compass is critical. Digital compasses deliver this data right into your natural field of view, where you need it, how you need it, when you need it. The Micro Compass's tactical scale gives you clear stable figures corresponding on port and starboard tack. The readings whilst tacking are always the same, meaning you never have to remember numbers.


Features:

  • No wires or connections to make
  • Simple to set-up and use
  • Totally waterproof (submersible from 10m)
  • Lightweight only .34 lbs.
  • Ultra wide viewing angles
  • Battery level indicator
  • Easy-to-read large digits

 

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Raymarine Wireless Micro Compass Systems T060 Wireless micro compass system
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Raymarine Wireless Micro Compass System T061 Wireless micro compass system with bracket strap
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Raymarine Small Cradle for Micro Compass Systems TA065 Small cradle for micro compass systems
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Raymarine Replacement Bracket Strap for Micro Compass Systems T005 Replacement bracket strap for micro compass systems
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