RAYMARINE ST40 COMPASS SYSTEM
Compact in size and design, yet big on performance and features, ST40 Compass offers all essential heading information in a clear 7-segment digital and 36-segment analogue dial display. Heading data is provided in true and magnetic bearing mode. ST40 Compass allows the user to lock a bearing manually or automatically via a Raymarine autopilot course computer. In this mode ST40 Compass shows deviations from locked bearing and the direction to steer to achieve the locked bearing heading.
As with all ST40 displays, ST40 Compass has extra large digits and razor sharp LCD displays for outstanding visibility in all light conditions. Fully compatible with SeaTalk, ST40 Compass offers a choice of snap-on bezels in three different finishes for surface and bracket mounting options.
The ST40 Compass system includes display, fluxgate compass transducer, sun cover, SeaTalk cable, mounting hardware and instructions.
ST40 Compass Features include:
SeaTalk compatible for networking to other instruments, multifunction displays and autopilots
high contrast LCD display for excellent visibility
3 levels of display backlighting for night use
large digits and analog readout for visibility across the cockpit
true or magnetic bearing information
user or autopilot initiated locked bearing mode
integrated direction to steer and course deviation indicators
user adjustable off course alarm
master or repeater operation for repeating compass data at another location
ST40 Compass Specifications
Supply voltage: 10 V to 16 V dc.
Current consumption (12 V supply): 20 mA typical. 60 mA with maximum backlighting.
Operating temperature: 0