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Simrad SG05 Autopilot Computer

Simrad SG05 Autopilot Computer

Description

The Simrad SG05 Autopilot Computer is a gateway for interfacing the AP24 and AP28 autopilot systems to Volvo Penta Electronic Vessel Control.

Features

  • SimNet provides high speed data transfer
  • IP44 environmental protection rated
  • Contains the steering computer and provides interface to other system components
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Simrad's SG05 interface communicates between a Volvo EVC/IPS Drive and a Simrad AP-24/AP-28 Autopilot. It communicates on the proprietary SimNet data and control network to establish a reliable digital communication and power distribution between the units in the autopilot system as well as other Simrad Yachting products. SimNet provides high speed data transfer and control of Simrad Yachting products integrated in a total steering and navigation system.

Notable Specifications:
  • Power Consumption: 0.9W
  • Supply & Interface: 12V via SimNet
  • SimNet Network load factor (NL): 2
  • SimNet ports (input/output): 2
  • Environmental Protection: IP44
  • Mounting: Bulkhead mount
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Simrad SG05 Autopilot Computer 24006793 SG05 autopilot computer for Volvo EVC/IP5 gateway
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