VECTORG2

SI-TEX Vector Pro G2 (15) Gyro Compass

SI-TEX Vector Pro G2 (15) Gyro Compass

Description

The Vector Pro G2 GPS Compass is a state-of-the-art electronic navigation data device. It is capable of providing highly accurate, high-precision position and heading data to a wide variety of marine navigation equipment.

Features

  • Fast start-up and signal re-acquisition times
  • Heading & position updates at up to 20 times per second
  • Can operate at sustained turn rates up to 90 degrees per second
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  • The Vector Pro G2 is a complete GPS Compass in a single rugged, marine-grade enclosure.

  • Precise 2D heading and positioning data
  • Heading accuracy of better than 0.5 degrees
  • Rate of turn tracking rates up to 90'/sec
  • Provides Heave, Pitch & Roll information
  • Pitch and roll accuracy of better than 1 degree
  • Fully compatible with Autopilot, Radar, AIS, PC, Sonar
  • Better than 1 meter differential position accuracy (DGPS/G2B)
  • Differential Correction source options include SBAS (WAAS, EGNOSand MSAS) and RTCM SC-104 data (External Source)
  • G2B can also use terrestrial DGPS Radio beacon signals
  • Integrated Gyro & Tilt sensors provide heading during momentary lossof satellite signals and speed up GPS signal reacquisition
  • Heading Position Updates up to 20 Hz
  • Multiple BAUD rate selections: 4800/9600/19200/38400
  • Pre-programmed default settings for Heading, Rate of TurnCourse over Ground, Lat/Long Geographic position, Time & Date
  • Two mounting bases, Pole or Fixed mount option
  • Heading solution for steel vessels
  • Waterproof-commercial grade IP67 standards
  • CE certified for EMI and RFI immunity
  • Optional 15m or 30m cable
  • IMO Compliant
  • Worldwide Service
  • Single power/data cable, which greatly simplifies installation.
  • Power Input 9 to 36 VDC
  • <360 mA@ 12 VDC, <5 w
  • Dimensions 23.6"L x 6.3"W x 7.1"H
  • Weight 3.3lbs
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    SI-TEX Vector Pro G2 (15) Gyro Compass VECTORG2 Vector G2 GPS gyro compass
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