Fixed Mount 25 Watt Radio Transceiver with Fist Microphone, built in AIS...
Fixed Mount 25 Watt Radio Transceiver with Fist Microphone, built in GPS...
Highly accurate GPS and heading sensor: GPS antenna, receiver 3-Axis...
Autopilots from basic Tiller pilots to full inboard systems
The HS70 GPS Compass provides a high-accuracy, non-magnetic heading source (Non-IMO).
AP44 VRF medium capacity pack. Comprising of AP44 controller, Precision 9 compass, RPU80 pump and NAC-2 autopilot computer.
hydraulic pilot pack for use with HDS Gen2 Series comprises of Autopilot Processor, Point 1 GPS/Heading sensor and Cable Steering Drive
Comprising of the low-current NAC-2 autopilot computer, Precision-9 compass and RF-25 rudder feedback unit Ideal for smaller vessels, designed to run small hydraulic drives and mechanical drives for vessels up to 10 meters (33 feet) in length.
Hydraulic pilot pack for use with Lowrnace HDS Gen2 / 3 Series Comprises of Autopilot Processor, Point 1 GPS/Heading sensor and 0.8 Litre Hydraulic pump
The AP48 Controller comes with NMEA2000 T Connector, 15ft NMEA200 Cable, Suncover and Dash mount kit
SIMRAD A2004 dedicated autopilot controller Control unit or packs available
HS60 High speed NMEA2000 GPS Compass suitable for Radar / Chart overlay & Autopilot Heading
Furuno PG500 Fluxgate Heading Sensor with NMEA 083 and AD10 data output
The low-current NAC-2 autopilot computer is ideal for smaller vessels, designed to run small hydraulic drives and mechanical drives for vessels up to 10 metres (33 feet) in length. Also provides solenoid output.
Simrad RPU 160 Hydraulic Pump unit with connection cable, hydraulic pipe fittings and manualSuitable for Hydraulic Steering Rams 160-550 cc capacity. Typically fitted in vessels up to 35 ft 12 volt motor selected via Autopilot Compter unit
The TP range delivers reliable auto steering for boats with tillers up to 37ft in length. Simple, straightforward controls and a precise steering system - normally only found on higher-end models - combines in a quiet package with extremely low power draw to allow sailors a safe passage in coastal waters.