“A sophisticated system with a Class B AIS transponder integrated to provide AIS and GPS data as well as instrumentation. This system is expandable using a NMEA2000 backbone and the NavLink2 stream wirelessly all instruments and AIS data on to navigation apps & software.”
The Advanced iSeaSense Pack includes:
This is a sophisticated system with a Class B AIS transponder to provide AIS and GPS data as well as instrumentation. This system is expandable using an NMEA2000 backbone and the NavLink2 to wirelessly stream all instruments and AIS data on to navigation apps & software. This Advanced iSeaSense pack therefore has all you need for your marine electronic system on board. It has all the instruments, AIS and cables you need.
In terms of instruments, the WND100 is an ultra tough Wind Transducer with Igildur™ bearings for exceptional life and corrosion resistance. Data transmission is via a super-thin 20m digital cable, where wiring connects it to an NMEA2000/NMEA0183 converter allowing you to connect direct to the NMEA 2000 network.
The Smart Sensor is a depth, speed, temperature and altitude sensor with NMEA2000 that features embedded micro-electronics. It also has a built in attitude sensor for vessel heel and trim measurements and a fast 5Hz update of boat speed. Ideal for speed trimming and superior accuracy. Trim and heel data is updated at 10Hz. Moreover, this is the market’s first Retractable multi- sensor offering depth, speed, altitude and temperature in a single, 51 mm (2”) fitting. It also features a Bluetooth interface which is used for transducer calibration. Highly accurate speed results can be achieved with an advanced calibration app (for iOS and Android) available – compensating for heel too. Once calibrated, the data is saved and retained in the transducer so there’s no need for calibrating individual instruments.
The HSC100 is an accurate fluxgate compass heading data. This remains a fundamental parameter for marine navigation and the HSC100 uses fluxgate technology to deliver heading data for on board systems.
The AIT2000 is an ultra-compact Class B AIS Transponder and has NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and USB connection. The AIT2000 is complete with GPS (33ft cable) and VHF antenna (66ft cable). The VHF antenna is a 15cm VHF heliflex antenna, this is specifically tuned to AIS (162MHz) frequencies for optimal performance.
Finally, the Advanced iSeaSense pack includes NavLink2. It is an easy to fit NMEA 2000 to WiFi server, with a design to allow NMEA 2000 navigation data available for apps on smartphones, tablets, iPads and PCs. Once installed, it creates a local WiFi network for devices to connect. Real time AIS target positions and identity, GPS position, Wind, Depth, Speed, Temp, Heading and more data will be displayed on detailed electronic charting through compatible software & apps including NavLink, TimeZero, iAIS, iSailor, Seapilot and hundreds more. The tablet and PC/Mac become a full function navigation display.
All the instruments and AIS have an NMEA 2000 interface so the installation is very easy with our NMEA 2000 starter kit included in the pack. NMEA2000 uses a simple backbone (or sometimes called “trunk”) structure which requires terminators at each end of the cabling and then each device can be spurred off using a drop cable. The bus also requires power. Furthermore, the waterproof connectors throughout ensure maximum reliability and it makes for an easy plug ‘n play installation. We supply two NMEA 2000 starter kits with this pack so that you can connect 8 devices.
The wind and compass sensor also come with iKonvert, an NMEA2000 to NMEA0183 converter to facilitate the installation. This therefore allows an easy and flexible install of the NMEA 2000 without the need for cumbersome drop cables. It allows an easy and thin 66ft cable to run from the wind and compass sensors to the nearest point on the NMEA 2000 backbone. Thus allowing the iKonvert to connect to it.
“Rugged and Cost Effective NMEA0183 Wind Transducer”
“The AIT2000 uses the latest AIS Transponder technology to squeeze more performance and interfacing options in to a housing that is half the size of our previous generation transponder.”