Simrad OP50 Wired Remote Control - Portrait Mount

Simrad OP50 Wired Remote Control - Portrait Mount
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OP50 Wired Remote Control - Portrait Mount

Perfectly designed for mounting in a helm chair arm, between monitors, or in other locations suiting a portrait orientation, the Simrad OP50 Remote Controller provides intuitive keypad and rotary-dial command of up to six NSS evo2 or NSO evo2 multifunction displays.

  • Control up to six NSS evo2 or NSO evo2 multifunction displays
  • High-quality aluminium control dial with built-in cursor functions
  • Portrait orientation (landscape version also available)
  • Narrow design perfect for helm chair arm mounting
  • Dash mount with low 8mm profile
  • Zero-profile flush mount with optional bracket
  • Integrated high-decibel speaker for critical alarms
  • Quickly switch displays with dedicated button and LED indicators
  • Single NMEA 2000® connection

Manage Multiple Displays
Networked with a single NMEA 2000® connection for both power and control, one OP50 Remote Controller can operate up to six networked multifunction displays. Integrated LED indicator lights clearly show the selected display number, while a dedicated button cycles quickly through the available displays.

Controls Optimized for NSS evo2 and NSO evo2
The OP50 Remote Controller features a keypad specifically designed to operate the latest NSS evo2 and NSO evo2 multifunction displays efficiently and reliably in all conditions. The controller's high-quality aluminium dial features a knurled edge for precise rotary control, and built-in cursor functions for easy on-screen navigation.

Easy Mounting in Vertical or Portrait Orientation
The portrait OP50 is perfectly suited to mounting in the arm of a helm chair, with its narrow design and cable positioned specially to fit such installations. This orientation is also ideal for use in narrow consoles and beside Simrad MO-series touchscreen or pilothouse monitors. Dash mounting provides a slim 8mm profile, while an optional bracket allows total flush-mount installation.

  • NMEA 2000 Certified: Yes
  • Operating Temperature: -15°C to +55°C/5°F to 131°F
  • Waterproof Standard/Rating: IPX6 (from front when dash mounted with gasket) IPX2 (from back)
  • Product Width: 60mm/2.36"
  • Product Depth: 44.5mm/1.75"
  • Product Height: 150mm/5.9"
  • Product Weight: 0.3kg/0.66lb
  • Power Consumption: <100mA@13.5V
  • NMEA 2000 Load Equivalency Number: 2 network loads (100mA)
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