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NAVIGAT X MK1 / MK2

NAVIGAT X MK1 / MK2
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Description

Specification

tandard Version

 

INPUTS

Position 1 input IEC 61162-1
Speed 1 input IEC 61162-2 or 200 pulses/nm
Alarm mute 1 input from external control

 

OUTPUTS
4 outputs NMEA TTL Gyro compass heading, rate of turn, heading reference status to compass repeaters.
1 output Sensor Data 1 RS 422 Gyro compass heading, rate of turn, heading reference status, position, speed.
1 output Sensor Data 2 RS 422 Gyro compass heading,  rate of turn, heading reference status; or NAVIPRINT Voyage Data Printer: graphic printout of heading over time and status information.
1 output IEC 61162-1 Fast: Gyro compass heading,  rate of turn, heading reference status.
1 output RS 422 Superfast IEC 61162-1 or IEC 61162-2 selectable Gyro compass heading, rate of turn, heading reference status
1 output Furuno AD10 Gyro compass heading
1 output 6 steps/° heading Internal supply 24 VDC, max. 18 W.
1 alarm signal each for Heading difference (1 relay), power failure and general device error (1 relay)

 

POWER
Main power supply 18 VDC – 36 VDC
Backup power supply 18 VDC – 36 VDC

 

Optional
Remote control and display unit

TRANSMITTING MAGNETIC COMPASS (TMC) VERSION
The TMC version comprises a NAVITWIN IV heading management system with switch-over unit, Jupiter Magnetic Compass with Flux Gate.

INPUTS
Position 1 input IEC 61162-1
Speed 1 input IEC 61162-2 or 200 pulses/nm
Steering Mode Status 1 input Man/Auto from selector
Alarm Mute 1 input from external control

Discreption

The NAVIGAT X MK 2 is a cost-efficient way to benefit from the latest gyrocompass technology of Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine, ensuring high accuracy and reliability under all weather conditions.

Key Benefits of NAVIGAT  X MK 2 Gyro Compass:

 

  • Gyro Compass system remains north-stabilized during power interruptions of up to three minutes
  • Complies with IMO regulations A.424(XI), A.694(17) and ISO 8728
  • MED (Wheelmark) approval
  • Comprises one single unit
  • Short maintenance and repair times – low service costs

North-Seeking Gyro Compass

The north seeking gyro compass element used in the NAVIGAT X MK 2 system is the gyrosphere, a hermetically sealed unit with a funnel-shaped recess, reaching from the outer skin down to its center.

Inside the gyrosphere, two mechanically linked gyroscopes are mounted with their spin axes horizontal in a carrying frame. The gyroscopes are allowed to turn around the vertical, but torsion bands effect a defined rest position, while a mechanical linkage ensures that the resultant spin vector of the gyros remains stationary relative to the gyrosphere.

This twin gyro arrangement eliminates intercardinal roll error. Once the gyros have run up to speed, their resultant spin vector, and with it the sphere, settles in the direction of true North.

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