DNW-200

Ritchie DNW-200 Navigator Compass

Ritchie DNW-200 Navigator Compass

Description

The Ritchie DNW-200 Navigator Compass conveniently fits all popular power and sail boats.

Features

  • Scientifically matched sapphire jewel and hardened steel pivot dial movement
  • High temperature resistance for extended operating range
  • Built-in green NiteVu night illumination
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Navigator Compass Features:

  • 4 1/2" PowerDamp Flat Card Dial with Large Numerals
  • Powder Coated White Housing
  • Ideal for both Power and Sail Boats
  • Fits all Popular Sailboat Steering Pedestals
  • Built-in Compensators to Easily Adjust for Deviation
  • Internal Gimbal Systems for Maximum Stability During Adverse Pitch and Roll Conditions
  • Powerful DirectiveForce Magnets for Fast Heading Lock-on
  • Movable Sun Shield
  • 45 Degree Lubber Lines
  • High Temperature Construction for Extended Operating Range
  • Custom Fitted Protective Covers Available (weather shield model no. WS-P)
  • Easily Installed, Fits 5.25" (13.35 cm) Mounting Hole.
  • 100% Repairable
  • Exclusive 5-Year Ritchie Warranty
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Replacement Parts

  • Light Assembly: Sunshade: SH-0111XSP; Front: NV-0128XSP SH-0176 XSP (Green) & SH-0174 XSP (Red)

    Notes:

    For Navigators built before 1986 please see the service manual page 6-12 or contact Ritchie for replacement lighting.

    12 volt lighting standard - 24 & 32 volt lighting options are available. 
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Ritchie DNW-200 Navigator Compass DNW-200 DNW-200 navigator compass, white
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