NS-7.5-BIN

Ritchie Navy Standard Compasses

Ritchie Navy Standard Compasses

Description

The Ritchie Navy Standard Compasses are professional compasses intended for coastal or worldwide navigation.

Features

  • Without Mounting Yoke For Installation In Ship's Binnacle
  • Dial 7.5" (192mm)
  • 1 Degree Increments With Cardinal And Inner Cardinal Markings
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$2299.95
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The NS-7.5 BIN is for installation into ship's binnacle. Comes with 12V, 24V/32V, and 110V lights included. The compass dial system features a 7-1/2" (192mm) dial with one degree graduations and cardinal and inner cardinal markings. The dial float chamber removes nearly all the weight from the pivot and jewel. The bezel is machined to accommodate Navy Standard azimuth or bearing circles. The compass meets or exceeds Solas ISO Class A compass requirements.

Features:

  • Dial float chamber removes nearly all the weight from pivot and jewel
    to extend operation by years
  • Bezel machined to accommodate 7.5" Navy standard azimuth circle orbearing circle
  • Meets or exceeds Solas ISO Class A compass requirements
  • Operating Temperature Range: -22°F (-30°C) to +175°F(+80°C)
  • 12, 24, 32 VDC and 110 VAC lighting included
  • 100% Repairable
  • Exclusive 5-Year Ritchie Warranty
  • Width: 12-1/2"
  • Depth: 11-3/4"
  • Height: 9-3/8"
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ritchie Navy Standard Compasses NS-7.5-BIN Navy Standard Compass, Binnacle Mount, Black
$1597.18
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Ritchie Navy Standard Compass - Bracket Mount - Black NS-7.5 Navy Standard Compass, Bracket Mount, Black
$1978.08
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