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Simrad IS42 Smart Instrument Digital Display

Simrad IS42 Smart Instrument Digital Display
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IS42 Smart Instrument Digital Display

The IS42 is a smart multi-purpose instrument featuring a full color display and modern glass helm styling. View wind, speed, depth, engine data, autopilot status and more at a glance, or add the optional OP12 keypad to take full control of your Simrad autopilot system. The IS42 integrates brilliantly with Simrad multifunction displays and glass helm systems, or can function as a standalone instrument display and autopilot controller aboard smaller vessels.

Features:
  • Optically bonded 4.1" color display
  • Multi-purpose digital instrument
  • Display wind, speed, depth, engine data, autopilot status and more
  • Intuitive operation
  • Easy installation
  • Add an OP12 keypad for full Simrad autopilot control
  • Compatible with Simrad AC12, AC42, NAC-2 and NAC-3 autopilot computers
  • Low-profile glass helm design
  • Low power consumption
  • Certified NMEA 2000® connectivity


Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 118 x 115 x 28mm (4.6" x 4.5" x 1.1")
  • Weight: 0.32kg (0.7lbs)
  • Power Consumption: 1.8 Watts (MAX)
  • Network Load: 3 LEN
  • Color: Black
  • Display Size: 4.1" (diagonal). 4:3 Aspect ratio
  • Display Type: Transmissive TFT-LCD, bonded. White LED backlight
  • Dsiplay Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels
  • Illumination: White for day mode. Red, green, blue or white for night mode
  • Environmental Protection, Waterproof: IPx7
  • Environmental Protection, Humidity: up to 95% RH
  • Compass Safe Distance:300mm (1.0")
  • Temperature Operating: -15 to +55°C (5°F to +131°F)
  • Temperature Storage: -30 to +70 °C (-22 to +158° F)
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