KW 991 Gyro Heading Repeater And Off Course Alarm
The KW991 Compass heading Repeater has a high contrast flourescent display capable of indicating ships heading in both digital and tape repeater formats.
A tactile keypad enables the helmsman to choose a series of displays to suit the moment. Screens display a tape width of 30 or 25 degrees, digital with rate of turn, or 41 mm high big digital figures.
The KW991 also functions as an off course alarm or compass comparator alarm. A course and data recorder version prints onto plain paper.
Stepper, 4 to 70 volts D.C. Six steps per degree. Synchro 360:1 26/115 Volts AC, 60/400Hz. 90X contactless transmitter. M-Type option. 1:1 synchro via KW910. Or NMEA 0183.
NMEA 0183. All valid sentences, plus Cetrek, and proprietary data to order.
NMEA Heading plus rate of turn. (HEHDT HEROT)
Vacuum fluroescent display. 256 x 64 pixels. Viewing area 166 x 41 mm.
DIGITAL, BIG DIGITAL, 2 SCALES OF MOVING TAPE, OCA SCREEN.
IP 65 tactile switches operating illuminating, alignment and screen presentation.
10 to 35 volts DC at 12 watts. (Surge at switch-on.)
260 x 160 x 90 diecast aluminium housing. Colour near “light Admiralty grey.”
Panel or trunnion mounting. The instrument’s high voltage display unit makes it unsuitable for mounting outside, unless it is in an environmental protective housing.
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