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Simrad WR10 Wireless Pilot Controller- Bluetooth

Simrad WR10 Wireless Pilot Controller- Bluetooth
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WR10 Wireless Pilot Controller- Bluetooth

Bluetooth® wireless technology adds simple remote functionality to all autopilots.

The WR10 Wireless Autopilot Controller is for Lowrance, Simrad and B&G. The wireless controller allows boaters to maintain complete control of their autopilot no matter where they are on the vessel.

Features:
  • Easy to retrofit with existing autopilot systems
  • Components include wireless pilot controller, and waterproof Bluetoothr base station with Micro-C connection
  • Compatible with Simrad, Lowrance and B&G autopilot systems


The WR10 Wireless Pilot Remote has a series of clearly marked keys and an LED status light to allow for fast and accurate autopilot access. The wireless pilot controller remote has a range of 98 ft (30 m). The remote ships with lanyard and an optional wrist strap is available.

Wireless Remote Functions:
  • Mode: Toggles autopilot between Auto and Wind modes for Sailboats; Auto and No Drift (COG) modes for powerboats
  • Course Change Keys: Port and Starboard keys for 1 degree (short press) or 10 degrees (long press) course change
  • Standby: Switches the autopilot to Standby mode
  • Auto: Engages the autopilot in Auto mode
  • LED: provides flash notifications for key presses, acknowledged/not acknowledged commands and low battery
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad WR10 Wireless Pilot Controller- Bluetooth 000-12316-001 SIMRAD WR10 WIRELESS AUTOPILOT REMOTE AND BASE STATION
$359.00
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