000-10577-001

Simrad AP70 Autopilot Pack

Simrad AP70 Autopilot Pack

Description

The Simrad AP70 Autopilot Pack can be installed as a stand-alone display or network as a second or third station for ultimate vessel control.

Features

  • AP70 features stunning waterproof design and daylight viewable display
  • SimNet protocol makes data sharing and system control easier and more flexible
  • Integration with other external on-board systems including interface to central alarm unit
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Match Your Requirements
The Simrad AP70 is ideal for both simple installations where IMO approval is not required but also can be configured (by matching with an approved computer) to meet the requirements for a Type Approved autopilot. Install as a stand-alone display or network as a second or third station for ultimate vessel control.

Smart Construction
The AP70's stunning waterproof design, daylight viewable display, color user interface, intuitive on-screen graphics and option of flush or bracket mount, enable easy operation regardless of the installation requirements. Additionally, dedicated mode, command and turn keys and rotary knob provide quick and unmistakable selection of the required function when the situation calls for immediate response.

Flexible Integration
Integration with other external on-board systems including interface to central alarm units is achieved by multiple IEC 61162-1, 2 and 3 channels.

Simple Networking
The AP70 utilizes the intelligent SimNet protocol, making installation, data sharing and system control easier and more flexible than ever.

AP70 Control Unit Features:

  • Large Color Display
  • Smooth Rotary Controller
  • Easy To Use Interface
  • Rudder Interface Options
  • Thruster Integration
  • CAN Bus & NMEA0183®
  • Optional Remote Joystick
  • Simrad Yachting Build Fully Waterproof

AC70 Computer
Drive computer for rudder using reversible motor or non-isolated solenoids and frequency rudder angle feedback. Connection for NFU remote control and one channel IEC 61162-1 (NMEA 0183) RX/TX or IEC 61162-1,2 and 3 compatible.

RF300 Rudder Feedback
The RF300 is a medium duty rudder feedback unit which connects directly to the Autopilot Pilot Computer using 2 wire frequency interface.

*Requires Heading Sensor

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad AP70 Autopilot Pack 000-10577-001 AP70 autopilot pack with AP70, AC70 and RF300
$3250.96
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