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Simrad SG05 Autopilot Optimus Steering Integration

Simrad SG05 Autopilot Optimus Steering Integration

Description

The Simrad SG05 Autopilot Optimus Steering Integration allows boaters with an Optimus EPS or Optimus 360 to benefit from an autopilot system.

Features

  • Control via Simrad AP24, AP28 or OP10 display units for quick and easy use
  • Easy installation saves costly labor fees
  • Fully integrates with Simrad navigation systems via NSS, NSE and NSO multifunction display ranges
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The Simrad SG05 Autopilot with Optimus Steering integration allows boaters with Optimus EPS power steering or Optimus 360 joystick docking control systems to benefit from the unique features and performance of an award-winning Simrad autopilot.

Thanks to the unique integration of the Simrad SG05 with Optimus steering, there is no requirement for an additional hydraulic pump to be installed, saving boaters' time and money. The Simrad SG05 can be installed in minutes, whether for use on a new boat, or as a retrofit solution.

Features:

  • SeaStar Solutions Approved - Approved control system interface that is simple to install, whether retrofitting or equipping a new boat
  • Steer to a Waypoint - Make the most of time on the water by using turn patterns such as a U turn, Spiral turn and many more - the SG05 can even initiate a zigzag turn
  • CAN-bus Data Connectivity - The SG05's connection to Optimus steering systems via the CAN-bus data network requires no additional hydraulic pump
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