Transmitting Heading Devices
Accurate magnetic heading from a ship’s magnetic compass is transmitted to a remote heading repeater display over a digital NMEA 0183 connection
An Electromagnetic Compass (EMC) System which detects the Earth’s magnetic field directly, and then transmits the ship’s Heading over a NMEA 0183 digital connection to one or more Heading Repeaters, installed at any convenient location on a vessel.
Simplified Transmitting Magnetic Compass System: Accurate magnetic heading from a ship’s magnetic compass is transmitted to a remote heading repeater display over a digital NMEA 0183 connection
The MD203 GNSS Compass delivers heading and positioning information, and provides unparalleled continuous performance using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) which includes GPS and GLONASS
The MD52A/B Magnetic Compass Fluxgate Sensor is the sensing element at the heart of a Marine Data Transmitting Magnetic Compass System (TMC).
The MD53A is an Electromagnetic Fluxgate Compass that directly senses the Earth’s magnetic field, and works as an alternative or backup to a Gyro system.
The Human Input Device in a MARINE DATA Transmitting Heading Device (THD) System. Allows the magnetic correction coefficients and variation to be entered manually. Displays Heading
System Component: The Signal Processor supplied as part of a complete MARINE DATA™ Transmitting Heading Device (THD) System.