GPS-90MKII

SI-TEX GPS-90 MKII 18-Channel GPS Receiver

SI-TEX GPS-90 MKII 18-Channel GPS Receiver

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The GPS-90 MKII satellite receiver offers full keypad entry at an entry-level price. Graphic navigation pages, track plotting and a large display set the GPS-90 apart from the competition.

Features

  • Large, easy-to-read backlit LCD display and backlit softkey controls allow instant mode selection
  • "Quick" waypoint feature allows for immediate position entry without assigning a permanent memory
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction to withstand the harsh marine environment
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Features:

  • Competitive models offer only arrow keys to input data, requiring up to 77 key touches to input a single waypoint. With the GPS-90D and GPS-90, waypoint entry is quick and no tedious scrolling is required.
  • Large, easy-to-read backlit LCD display and backlit softkey controls allow instant mode selection.
  • Graphic and digital compass displays for heading and bearing information.
  • Electronic Fairway display shows vessel's rhumbline course, cross-track error, and progress to desired waypoint.
  • North up, X-Y axis plotter shows history of the vessel's track on a wide selection of ranges from 150 feet to 20 NM to help you accurately retrace previous trips. 2000 plotting points available.
  • Advanced continuous tracking "MaxView" receiver processes data from up to 11 GPS satellites for accurate position updates every second.
  • Differential beacon receiver offers repeatable accuracy to 2-10 meters.
  • Mobile cursor on the plotter display pinpoints position information of navigation landmarks.
  • Transfer your favorite Loran fishing hotspots with the built-in automatic LOP (TD) to Lat/Lon conversion program.
  • 400 nameable waypoints and every-memory storage let you keep track of all your favorite fishing and cruising spots.
  • "Quick" waypoint feature allows for immediate position entry without assigning a permanent memory.
  • MOB (man-overboard) display stores precise position in Lat/Lon and provides a graphic visual perspective of emergency situations plus continuous updates of range and bearing.
  • NMEA 0183 data port allows simple connection to charting systems, autopilots, radars and depth sounder. A wide array of selectable output sentence information insures compatibility with most other devices.
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction to withstand the harsh marine environment.
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SI-TEX GPS-90 MKII 18-Channel GPS Receiver GPS-90MKII 18-channel GPS satellite receiver with LORAN TD conversion
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