SI-TEX SP-36 Second Station Kit

SI-TEX SP-36 Second Station Kit


This full-function remote second station for SP-36 autopilots will simplify the way you control your boat with a host of features for precise, convenient piloting.


  • High resolution sunlight viewable color control head
  • Auto learning steering technology
  • GPS nav mode provides precise adaptive track steering
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  • Crystal clear high resolution sunlight viewable color control head
  • Auto learning steering technology
  • One piece 3 axis rate compass
  • Advanced no drift Mode & advanced leeway control
  • GPS nav mode provides precise adaptive track steering
  • Rotary steering & course control knob
  • Auto drive detection, auto tune, auto compass calibration
  • Auto sea state & auto trim for enhanced steering in all conditions
  • Proportional rate steering control
  • Multiple NMEA-0183 I/O ports
  • Multiple turn patterns
  • Adjustable rate of turn control
  • Full follow up levers available with optional rudder feedback
  • Commercial grade waterproof control head - IP67 standard
  • Predefined parameter sets for outboards, inboards, displacement, etc.
  • Includes 25' of cable
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