SI-TEX SP-70 Autopilot w/Rotary Feedback f/Inboards - No Drive

SI-TEX SP-70 Autopilot w/Rotary Feedback f/Inboards - No Drive
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SP-70 Autopilot with Rotary Feedback for Inboards - No Drive

Low Cost Autopilot Designed For Easy Installation

The SI-TEX SP-70 Autopilot will add relaxation to your cruising and fishing activity. Designed for almost any boat and easily installed on Outboard, Inboard and Sterndrive vessels with Hydraulic or Mechanical steering systems.

  • Ultra-compact, waterproof Control Unit has simple keypad operation and large LCD display of heading course, rudder angle, operating mode and error messages
  • Control Unit can be used as dash-mounted keypad or quickly and easily removed from mounting bracket for use as a handheld portable.
    Additional steering stations can be easily added with optional plug-in connectors
  • Exceptionally easy to use. Just steer to desired course, press the PILOT key and the system takes over to steer you on your way - automatically
  • Built-in NMEA0183 Loran/GPS interface for precise course-line navigation along routes
  • Bold, backlit displays with ten levels of brightness for clear reading in any light
  • Digital displays of rudder angle and operation mode in use, constantly giving you up-to-the-minute operating status
  • Automatic Sea State and Trim Controls and ten selectable levels of rudder sensitivity with high and low speed settings for smooth, precise steering
  • Rudder feedback verifies autopilot's commands
  • Ghost Rudder backup allows autopilot to use memory of rudder movements to calculate new movements in event of rudder feedback failure
  • Heading Output feature allows you to stabilize radar display
  • Built-in diagnostic and self tests, plus visual and audible alarms
  • Power Steering mode offers convenient push-button steering
  • Stand By mode for manual steering situations.
  • Optional analog Rudder Angle Indicator for easy, at-a-glance reading of exact rudder position
  • Works with solenoid valves as well
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