06206

YOUNG Marine Wind Trackers

YOUNG Marine Wind Trackers

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The YOUNG 06206 Marine Wind Tracker offers special features for ship-board use, including bold front panel graphics to indicate wind angle relative to the vessel.

Features

  • Wind speed is displayed in your choice of unitsKNOTS, MPH, KM/H, M/S
  • Wind direction information is clearly displayed on a circular compass pattern of LEDs
  • A variety of inputs and outputs including 4-20 mA, Serial NMEA & Voltage are standard
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The RM Young 06206 Marine Wind Tracker offers special features for ship-board use. Wind speed is displayed in your choice of units: KNOTS, MPH, KM/H, M/S. Maximum wind speed is saved on the display until reset by the operator.

Wind direction information is clearly displayed on a circular pattern of LEDs. Bold front panel graphics give a quick indication of wind angle relative to vessel heading. Brightness control allows adjustment for best viewing in any light. Luminous front panel markings allow viewing even in a darkened pilothouse.

4-20 mA inputs, Serial NMEA, and Voltage outputs are standard on the Marine Wind Tracker. Alarms for both wind speed and wind direction are included.

The Marine Wind Tracker is very compact. The face size is 144mm x 144mm to fit standard DIN panel configurations. Depth is 36mm for easy mounting on vertical bulkheads or wall surfaces. 12-30 VDC input power enables the Wind Tracker to be powered by ships batteries. A universal mounting bracket and AC wall adapter are also included. The Model 06260 Protective enclosure offers extra protection for wet or dusty locations.
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YOUNG Marine Wind Trackers 06206 Marine Wind Tracker wind speed & direction indicator, 110 VAC / 60 Hz adapter
$946.00
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YOUNG Marine Wind Trackers 06206H Marine Wind Tracker wind speed & direction indicator, 230 VAC / 50-60 Hz adapter
$946.00
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YOUNG Weather Resistant Protective Enclosure 06260 Weather resistant protective enclosure
$172.00
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YOUNG 06280 Rack mounting panel
$182.00
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