000-10980-001

Simrad NAIS-400 AIS Transceiver

Simrad NAIS-400 AIS Transceiver

Description

The Simrad NAIS-400 AIS Transceiver is essential for navigation in today's busy shipping lanes and congested ports.

Features

  • Low power consumption and compact in size
  • Lightweight and fully waterproof
  • Networks with NSS, NSE and NSO chartplotter/multifunction displays
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Reduce your risk of collision with this latest generation, fully integrated, Class-B AIS transponder. The NEW NAIS-400 is ideal for networking with any NSS, NSE or NSO chartplotter / multifunction display and Simrad RS VHF system.

Key Features

  • Class-B Approved
    Meets with the strict regulations set out for this class of Automatic Identification System.
  • Send & Receive
    The NAIS-400 ensures that you are seen and can see on the water by sending a signal to other vessels with your navigational data, whilst you receive data from other vessels. This allows you to plan any necessary avoidance manoeuvres well in advance.
  • Networks VHF for a fully integrated system.
  • Multiple Networking Connections
    Compatible with NMEA2000® / NMEA0183® / NMEA0183® Multiplexing / USB
  • Waterproof
    IPX7 standard

Ideal for sailboats or power boats with a low average power consumption of 170mA at 12 VDC.

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