“This PC Navigation system pack includes an Aqua Compact Pro PC, a 23.5″ LCD display, a GPS160 antenna with USB output and an USB to NMEA0183 adapter.”
This PC Navigation system pack with GPS includes:
The latest Aqua Compact Pro PC brings affordable and reliable PC based navigation to boats. With low power, DC operation, it boasts the latest Intel 10th generation technology – built in WiFi and bluetooth and a solid state hard drive with 8GB RAM. Despite its slim line 11.5 x 11 x 5 cm dimensions, the Aqua PC packs in a powerful 10th generation Intel Core i3 processor with exceptional graphics performance for the latest 3D charting and HD navigation programs. It’s the perfect partner for applications like Maxsea TimeZero – even with radar and 3D overlays.
The S124 is a 23.5” HD LCD marine monitor designed for below deck or internal dash mounting. It features a 1920 x 1080 pixel display with 2M:1 contrast ratio for bright colour and vibrant displays.
The GPS160 TriNav sensor provides GPS, Galileo & Glonass positioning inputs with typical sub 1m accuracy. When set, data can also output at up to 18Hz for smoother plotter track displays. The GPS160 antenna ships with a 5m USB cable. It powers itself from the USB source. Once you install the GPS160 USB antenna, the host PC creates a virtual COM port so navigation programs can receive positioning data.
The NMEA0183 to USB adapter converts NMEA 0183 data, used by many marine systems, into a USB format that can be plugged into most modern computers. The adapter is a bi-directional device.
“A super compact, ultra reliable marine PC with powerful 10th generation Intel processor i3, 240GB solid state hard drive and direct DC operation – ideal for use with demanding 3D navigation programs.”
“The GPS160USB variant ships with a 16 ft USB cable. It’s self powered from the USB source (PC, MAC or Linux).”
“The S124 is a new 24” HD LCD marine monitor screen designed for below deck or internal dash mounting. It features a 1920 x 1080 pixel display for bright colour and vibrant displays.”