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[CA11] ST60+, seatalk1, seatalk NG, ray55e, A70D and ST2000+
04-12-19, 08:12 AM
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RE: [CA11] ST60+, seatalk1, seatalk NG, ray55e, A70D and ST2000+

Fluxgate compasses alone cannot support outputting heading. I recommend stabilized heading sensors support 10Hz NMEA 0183 or SeaTalkng updates. This would not be supported by a heading sensor which has been interface to the system via its SeaTalk communications interface or by a NMEA 0183 heading sensor which has been interfaced to the NMEA 0183 input port of a ST60 Graphic.

- Fluxgate Compass Heading sensor Auto Pilot E12205 ... this is an autopilot course computer. This item would also require a compatible autopilot control head. I would not typically recommend this product for this application.

- Raymarine Autohelm 6000 Autopilot Fluxgate Compass ... ditto. This product also did not feature stabilized 10Hz heading output

- Raymarine heading sensor E12198 ... see comment regarding the first autopilot course computer listed above. However, unlike the previously specified a autopilot course computers, the SPX 10 may be mated to tiller drive, which in turn may be used to replace the ST2000.

- Raymarine Fluxgate transducer E22048 ... does not support stabilized 10Hz heading updates

- JGTech Autonnic 10Hz compass transducer NMEA 0183 ... I could find no data online concerning this product.

- CLIPPER CL-NCS NMEA COMPASS SENSOR ... only supports 1Hz heading updates

- Raymarine ST60 Plus Compass System Instrument A22014-P ... only supports 1Hz heading updates

- Digital Yacht HSC100 High Performance Fluxgate Sensor ... meets requirements ... would need to be interface to one of the MFD's NMEA 0183 input ports

- Raymarine Compass Transducer Part Number: T909 ... additional TackTick components required ... not stabilized.
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RE: [CA11] ST60+, seatalk1, seatalk NG, ray55e, A70D and ST2000+ - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 04-12-19 08:12 AM

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