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SI-TEX Plastic Control Head Sun Cover for SP-36

SI-TEX Plastic Control Head Sun Cover for SP-36

Description

The Plastic Control Head Sun Cover provides protection for the SP-36 when it is not in use, from water, rain, dirt, grime and other contaminants. It also protects the plastic material of the SP-36 case and the internal LCD panel from the sun's UV rays.

Features

  • Protects SP-36 from water, rain, grime and other contaminants
  • Prevents UV damage to internal LCD panel
  • Designed to be used with Bracket Mount Kit or Surface Mount Bezel Kit
List Price
$24.95
Your Price
$23.57
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The Plastic Control Head Sun Cover is designed to be used when the SP-36 has been mounted using a Bracket Mount Kit or with a Surface Mount Bezel Kit.

The cover is installed simply by pushing it onto the SP-36. There is no retention mechanism - it is designed to be a tight fit, so that it is held onto the SP-36 by a combination of friction and air pressure; the bump in the lower right corner is for clearance over the SP-36 Course Change Knob. To remove the cover, grasp it by the top and bottom sides and pull it off.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SI-TEX Plastic Control Head Sun Cover for SP-36 CHC Plastic sun cover for SP-36 autopilot
$23.57
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