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Simrad Low Current Autopilot Packs

Simrad Low Current Autopilot Packs
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Low Current - Autopilot Pack

The Low Current Autopilot Pack is designed for boats up to 40' in length with an output of 8 Amp continuous and 16 Amp peak. The pack includes the AC12 Autopilot Computer, the highly intelligent RC42N Rate Compass and the RF300 Rudder Feedback Unit. It also includes a NMEA2000 starter kit for ultimate connectivity.

Key Features:
  • For boats up to 40'
  • Micro-C Connectivity
  • Simrad Yachting Construction
  • Interfaces to Simrad MFDs and Autopilot controllers


Comes With:

AC12 AP Computer, N2K
AC12 Computer NMEA2000 version for RPU800, HLD350Mk2, MSD50, SD10 and solenoid operated steering.

RC42N
Rate Compass with 5M (16') cable and Micro-C connector.

RF300
RF300 Rudder Feedback: With transmission link and 10M (33') cable

N2K 4 Way
NMEA2000 4-Way Joiner. Connect four NMEA2000 Micro-C devices to the NMEA2000 Network.

TR-120_KIT
Set of 1-Male and 1-Female NMEA2000® terminators

N2K-PWR-RD
NMEA2000® power cable. Includes power cable and 1 x T connector.

N2K-T-RD
NMEA2000® T-Connector for connection of an additional network device

N2KEXT-15RD
4.55M (15') NMEA2000® cable for backbone extension or drop cable to connect an additional network device.
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