The FA-50 offers accurate information exchange that can be utilized for collision avoidance

  • Fully satisfies the technical standards for Class-B AIS, IEC 62287-1
  • Receives both Class-A and Class-B AIS information
  • Enhances safe navigation by exchanging critical navigation information from AIS-equipped vessels nearby
  • Greatly improves the level of the situational awareness even in fog, darkness or congested waterways
  • Outputs data to NavNet 3D, NavNet vx2 and PC through Ethernet
  • Flexible integration with various AIS compatible radar and chart plotters
  • Sturdy design mounts easily on a bulkhead

Technical Specification

  • TX/RX FREQUENCY : 156.025 MHz to 162.025 MHz
  • GPS RECEIVING CHANNELS : 12 channels parallel, 12 satellites tracking
  • GPS RX FREQUENCY : 1575.42 MHz
  • GPS RX CODE : C/A code
  • POSITION ACCURACY : 10 m, (HDOP is less than or equal to 4)
  • POWER SUPPLY : 12-24 VDC

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