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SI-TEX Vector 3D GPS Compass

SI-TEX Vector 3D GPS Compass

Description

The SI-TEX Vector 3D GPS system enables pilots to quickly identify their heading with great precision and accuracy.

Features

  • Designed to be compact and maintenance free
  • Accurate 2D heading and positioning data
  • Provides heave, pitch and roll information
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$2349.00
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$1,890.95
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Features:

  • Small compact all-in-one maintenance free unit
  • Full compatible with MNMEA 2000 or 0183 equipment: Autopilots, Radar, AIS, Plotters, etc.
  • Accurate 2D heading and positioning data
  • Better than 0.60 degree Heading sensor
  • 90 degree Rate of Turn tracking (ROT)
  • Provides Heave, Pitch and Roll information
  • DGPS provides sub-meter positioning accuracy
  • Differential Correction source SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS) and RTCM SC-104 data (External Source)
  • COASTTM technology maintains differentially-corrected position for 40 minutes or more with loss of differential signal
  • Integrated Gyro & Tilt sensors provide fast start up times and Heading updates during temporary loss of GPS
  • 20 Hz position and Heading update rates (10 Hz standard)
  • Multiple BAUD rate selections
  • CE certified for EMI and RFI immunity
  • Pre-programmed default setting for Heading, Rate of Turn, Course over Ground, Lat/Long Geographic position, Time & Date
  • 2 year warranty
  • Worldwide service
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