Info & Specification

Global Positioning System (GPS)

Highly stable and precise position fixing system for ocean going ships, large yachts and commercial vessels

Features


▶Ideal position sensor for Radar, AIS, ECDIS, autopilot, echo sounder and other navigation and communications equipment
▶ Full compliance with IMO MSC. 112 (73) and IEC 61108-1: performance and testing standards for GPS receiver
▶ Enhanced stability and precision in position fixing thanks to a highly sensitive antenna unit Enhanced noise rejection capabilities are incorporated in the GPS receiver, delivering anti-jamming function as well as high level of tolerance towards multi-path mitigation* * the Antenna unit GPA-020S or GPA-021S is required
▶ Augmentation to enhance precision by utilizing SBAS (Satellite-Based Augmentation System) and DGPS (an optional DGPS radio beacon receiver as well as GPA-021S antenna unit required)
▶ Fully complies with IMO MSC. 114 (73) and IEC 61108-4: performance and testing standards for DGPS radio beacon receiver
▶ 10 Hz position update rate (position updated every 0.1 second) making steady own ship position tracking possible
▶ USB port available on the front panel Routing data, menu setting, user setting can be exported/imported through USB jump drives
▶ Dual configuration for back-up purpose to ensure system availability Information about waypoints, route and other data set by the operators on the one unit can be shared with the other unit for functional back-up
▶ LAN interface available for efficient network integration into a bridge system, fully complying with IEC 61162-450, the new mandatory Ethernet communication standard
▶ 5.7” color LCD (with 640 x 480 pixels) for data presentation
▶ Simplified menu operation
The operator can navigate through the menu tree either by pressing the cursor pad or pressing the corresponding numbers on the numeric keypad to the menu items
▶ Enhanced route planning/management function available
Comprehensive range of voyage information to be incorporated in routes
Streamlined route creation through combination with an external PC
Sharing the active route information with ECDIS to supplement the ECDIS route monitoring capability