Power & Data Distribution
The MD94DDU is a NMEA 0183 Data Distribution Unit able to take two independent NMEA 0183 inputs and transmit a buffered NMEA 0183 output to up to nine devices.
The MD34/8/15-90V-400 is a solid-state which converts ships heading information from NMEA 0183 protocol to 400 Hz Synchro format with a reference voltage of 115 V ac and a single voltage of 90 V line to line (L-L).
The MD36/5/W is a weatherproof, solid-state Synchro to NMEA Digital Interface. Designed as a converter of AC Synchro transformer-based transmissions of ships heading from legacy equipment, to a modern IEC61162-1 (NMEA 0183) compliant Digital Transmission format.
The MD36/5D is a solid-state Dual Channel Synchro to Digital Interface, which simultaneously converts two channels of ac synchro transformer-based transmissions, from legacy equipment, into two channels of modern NMEA 0183 digital transmissions.
The MD36/5 is a solid-state Synchro to NMEA Interface. Designed as a converter of AC Synchro transformer-based transmissions of ships heading from legacy equipment, to a modern IEC61162-1 (NMEA 0183) compliant Digital Transmission format.
The MD36/6 is a solid-state Step to NMEA Interface (S-Type), designed as a converter of DC Step (S Type) transmission of a ship’s heading from legacy equipment to a modern NMEA 0183 compliant Digital Transmission format.
The MD36/8 is a solid-state digital NMEA to STEP (Analogue S-Type) Interface Converter for applications where there is a need for low power retransmission of digital NMEA heading data to legacy STEP equipment.
The MD69CBW is a rugged, weatherproof aluminium die cast Junction Box, designed to make the connection of Marine Data equipment to ships cabling quick and simple.
The MD81/24 is a power supply unit which operates from a ship’s 110 V / 220 V ac 50 / 60 Hz single phase supply and provides a 24 V dc output, or can also be factory configured to provide ‘S’ Type 35 V, 50 V or 70 V dc outputs for legacy equipment.
The MD04UPS is a 24 V dc Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) designed to provide a backup supply for vital ship’s equipment such as Heading Repeaters, in the event of a main power supply failure.