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Simrad HS60 GPS Compass NMEA2000 - Cable not included

Simrad HS60 GPS Compass NMEA2000 - Cable not included
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HS60 GPS Compass NMEA2000 - Cable not Included

Key Features
  • Provides heading, pitch, roll, heave and position
  • Excellent in-band and out of band interference rejection
  • 2° (RMS) heading accuracy in an amazingly small form factor
  • Integrated gyro and tilt sensors deliver fast start- up times and provide heading updates during temporary loss of GPS and satellites
  • Differential (SBAS) position accuracy of 1 m RMS
  • Accurate heading for up to 3 minutes during GPS outages
  • Offered as NMEA 2000 version - cable NOT included
  • Easy to install with NMEA 2000 cable (cable is not supplied)
  • HS60 can supply True Heading messages on NMEA 2000 BUS
  • Can be connected to GN70/MX610/MX612 GNSS Navigation systems via NMEA 2000 BUS
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