000-11043-001

Simrad GS25 GPS Antenna

Simrad GS25 GPS Antenna

Description

The Simrad GS25 GPS Antenna provides GPS/GLONASS positioning.

Features

  • NMEA 2000 antenna module offers rugged and precise position and heading sensor
  • Independent source selection on any display
  • Compatible with Simrad NSE, NSO and NSS multifunction displays
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The Simrad GS25 antenna provides best-in-class GPS/GLONASS positioning along with industry-leading, 10Hz GPS performance for smooth and accurate location updates. Equipped with an integrated electronic compass with GPS, the antenna provides accurate heading for stable chart orientation in the Heading Up mode, improved Course Over Ground at low speeds and radar overlay on your chart. All of these features are possible with affordable module options that easily connect through an NMEA 2000® network.

Key features of the GS25:

  • Spot-on, around-the-world accuracy - supporting GPS and GLONASS, WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS; Galileo-capable with future software update
  • Excellent time-to-first-fix, with 10Hz, multi-GNSS, high-speed updates - up to 10 times per second - for smoother and more accurate location updates
  • Integrated electronic compass with GPS provides vessel heading with rate stabilization that provides heading output for accurate chart orientation in the Heading Up mode, improved Course Over Ground at low speed, and radar overlay (not intended for MARPA or Autopilot Control)
  • Rugged design for all marine environments and fully waterproof
  • Include spat/pole mount for easy installation and flexible boat location for optimal performance
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Simrad GS25 GPS Antenna 000-11043-001 GS25 GPS antenna
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