Exact Heading with Dual GPS Antennas
An exact heading sensor is fundamental for autopilot, propelled radar highlights, and numerous other on-board hardware. The HS60 GPS compass decides your pontoon’s going utilizing two separate GPS reception apparatuses, which are stuffed into one minimized packaging. This gives more noteworthy exactness than a typical attractive fluxgate compass, without the expense and support necessities of a gyrocompass. In contrast to a standard GPS recipient, which can just gauge heading dependent on the development of your pontoon, the HS60’s double reception apparatuses give an exact heading even while your vessel is fixed.
Quick and Accurate Positioning
The HS60’s rapid GPS beneficiary updates your position multiple times each second, ideal for quick moving powerboats, while speedy startup implies you won’t get found hanging tight for a position fix before you can get in progress. Backing for satellite based increase frameworks (SBAS) offers improved positional exactness where accessible.
Incorporated Gyro and Tilt Sensors
On-board gyro and tilt sensors convey hurl, roll, and pitch data to good frameworks. These sensors likewise offer quicker and smoother heading refreshes than GPS alone, and give heading refreshes during any impermanent loss of GPS signal.
- Simplicity of a compass and GPS receiver in one
- Tracks heading, rate of turn, position, heave, roll, and pitch
- Accurate heading based on GPS data, free from magnetic interference
- Supports satellite-based augmentation systems (SBAS) for enhanced positional accuracy
- Compact flush-mount or pole-mounted design
- Easy installation with NMEA 2000® connectivity