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Simrad OP12 Autopilot Controller

Simrad OP12 Autopilot Controller
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OP12 Autopilot Controller

The OP12 wired remote seamlessly integrates with Simrad autopilot systems to provide intuitive mode control, course adjustments, and power steering. Designed to complement the low-profile design of Simrad glass bridge instruments and displays, this remote can be combined with the IS42 Colour Instrument Display to create a standalone autopilot controller, or used as a dedicated autopilot keypad for GO, NSS and NSO evo2 multifunction displays.

Features:
  • Intuitive operation
  • Easy installation
  • Combine with an IS42 display for full autopilot control
  • Compatible with Simrad AC12, AC42, NAC-2 and NAC-3 autopilot computers
  • Use alongside NSS & NSO evo2 MFD's as an additional Autopilot Controller
  • Low-profile glass helm design
  • Low power consumption
  • Certified NMEA 2000® connectivity


Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 60 x 115 x 32mm (2.4" x 4.5" x 1.3")
  • Weight: 0.12kg (0.3lbs)
  • Power Consumption: 1.4 Watts
  • Network Load: 3 LEN
  • Color: Black
  • Environmental Protection, Waterproof: Waterproof rating: 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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