Power & Data Distribution
The MD94DDU from MARINE DATA 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 an IPX6 rated, rugged 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.