Nasa marine : Clipper Wireless wind system (Apparent)

Nasa marine : Clipper Wireless wind system (Apparent)

1,167.90
The Clipper wireless wind is supplied with a wireless masthead transmitter, a base unit and a Clipper Wind display unit. The wireless masthead transmitter is powered by an internal battery which is charged from ambient light using a small solar panel. A few dull days will not affect performance. When fully charged, it is capable of two thousand hours of full operation in total darkness. The masthead transmitter sends data wirelessly to the base unit, which is powered by the vessel’s 12 Volt supply, the base unit receives wind speed and direction data from the masthead transmitter and sends it
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

  • Sleep time > 15,000 Hours
  • Operating time > 2,000 Hours
  • Charging time < 150 Hours of bright daylight
  • Fully charged with no further daylight

MASTHEAD/INTERFACE UNIT SPECIFICATIONS

  • Wireless masthead transmitter
  • NMEA 0183 4800 Baud
  • NMEA data sentence MWV

INTERFACE UNIT

  • Supply voltage Nominal 12v DC
  • Supply current 17mA
  • Wind speed and direction NMEA data sentence MWV to any compatible NMEA device

DISPLAY UNIT SPECIFICATIONS

  • Supply voltage Nominal 12v DC
  • NMEA 0183 input sentence MWV
  • 9 levels of display back lighting
  • Display case size 110 x 110mm

Consumption, 10mA+ (10mA for display illumination max)