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SI-TEX MDA-1 Metadata Class B AIS Transceiver with Internal GPS

SI-TEX MDA-1 Metadata Class B AIS Transceiver with Internal GPS

Description

Class B AIS Transceiver featuring an Rmax Class B engine that provides maximum range and efficient real-time AIS message processing for all message types.

Features

  • Waterproof rated for flexible location and rugged performance in any marine environment
  • Features an internal 50-channel GPS smart antenna
  • NMEA0183, NMEA2000 and USB connectivity for easy plug-and-play installations
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MDA-1 Metadata Class B AIS Tranceiver

** This product includes a $35.00 programming fee, as the FCC requires all units sold in the US to be programmed by a qualified technician. Please submit the form below for programming at time of purchase. A copy of the MMSI Registration or FCC Ship Station License is required along with the vessel master or owner's signature on the completed programming form. **

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Utilizes a compact (5.5"X3.9"X1.9") module that is IPx7 Waterproof rated, for flexible location and rugged performance in any marine environment.

Class B AIS Transceiver featuring an Rmax Class B engine that provides maximum range and efficient real-time AIS message processing for all message types. Despite its compact size, the Metadata Class B Transceiver features an internal 50-channel GPS smart antenna, eliminating the need for an external GPS antenna in many installations. It also features NMEA0183, NMEA2000 and USB connectivity for easy plug-and-play installations on recreational or commercial vessels wanting to send and receive AIS data.

Unit will need to be mounted with a clear view of the sky to utilize the internal GPS antenna.

Notable Specifications:

Power

  • 12 to 24V DC
  • Power consumption: 150mA @12VDC, <2W average


Data Interfaces

  • USB
  • NMEA2000
  • IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183) output, 38400baud
  • IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183) input, 4800baud
  • Silent mode switch input


Supplied with

  • 2m power and NMEA0183 cable
  • User manual and quick start guide
  • Product CD
  • Fixing screws
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