000-13249-001

Simrad NAC-2 Low Current Course Computer

Simrad NAC-2 Low Current Course Computer
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NAC-2 Low Current Course Computer

The NAC-2 Autopilot Computer is the brains behind your Simrad autopilot system. It contains the electronics needed to operate a hydraulic steering pump or mechanical drive unit, while also interfacing with other components including heading sensors and rudder feedback units. The NAC-2 was designed for boats up to 10M (33') in length and is suitable for low-current pumps, mechanical drive units, or solenoid valves (8 Amps continuous/16 Amps peak).

Features:
  • Reliable autopilot performance based on Simrad Continuum™ steering technology
  • Recommended for boats up to 10M (33') in length
  • Output of 8 Amps continuous, 16 Amps peak
  • Clutch output (3 Amps maximum)
  • Compatible with low-current drive pumps, mechanical drives, hydraulic linear drives, and solenoid valves
  • Virtual rudder feedback for simplified installation aboard outboard and sterndrive (inboard/outboard) boats
  • Supports Simrad RF25 rudder feedback units
  • Plug-and-play connectors for easy installation
  • NMEA 2000® connectivity to heading sensors, rudder feedbacks, dedicated autopilot controllers, and multifunction displays
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