SP110VF-1

SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System

SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System

Description

SI-TEX has added a new member to its growing family of high-performance autopilots. The SI-TEX SP-110 is an ideal solution for owners of small to medium sized powerboats as well as sailing yachts up to around 15 meters, combining advanced steering features, simple push-button operation and rugged reliability.

Features

  • Splashproof Control Unit with large, easy to read backlit display
  • Simple operation with push button controls
  • Attractive styling complements existing vessel instrument layout
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The SP-110 works with rudder feedback units however it has Virtual Rudder Feedback capabilities - which eliminate the need for a separate rudder feedback unit - further enhance this new pilot's simplicity, affordability and performance.

Designed to an industry standard 110mm square casing it fits nicely together with other instruments. SI-TEX has developed the SP-110 to provide performance and reliability for the small boat user. There are simply no other autopilots on the market.

The SP-110 can operate as a stand-alone system with the control unit and compass connected to either reversing pumps or mechanical drive units. Alternatively, the system can be integrated via NMEA-0183 interface with navigational aids such as a GPS or GPS plotters to provide waypoint steering. The SP-110 also features a Wind steering Mode that enables the unit to steer to wind when interfaced via NMEA-0183 to a Wind Sensor.

Optional Rudder Feedback Unit
Typically one of the most complex and time-consuming aspects of autopilot
installation is fitting the rudder feedback unit and ensuring that the
geometry matches the full range of rudder movement. The solution is an integrated rudder feedback unit that directly mounts.

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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110VF-1 SP110 autopilot system with virtual feedback, no drive unit
$1246.95
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-1 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback, no drive unit
$1379.99
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110VF-2 SP110 autopilot system with virtual feedback and 18CI reversing pump
$1568.95
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-2 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and 18CI reversing pump
$1770.20
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-3 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and type-S mechanical dash drive
$2172.70
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-4 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and type-T mechanical dash drive
$2253.20
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110SD-1 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive for sail with 8.5" stroke, 13,200 displacement 32'
$2373.14
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110SD-2 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive for sail with 12" stroke, 15,400 displacement 38'
$2494.70
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-9 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive for inboards
$2373.14
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-8 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive, for Mercury, Mariner and Suzuki outboards
$2373.14
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-7 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive, for Yamaha outboards 70HP+
$2373.14
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-6 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive, for '83-'93 Mercury inboards/outboards and Volvo diesel
$2373.14
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SI-TEX SP-110 Autopilot System SP110RF-5 SP110 autopilot system with rudder feedback and mechanical remote drive, for '94+ Mercury inboards/outboards and Volvo gas
$2373.14
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