Transmitting Heading Devices
The MD203 GNSS Compass delivers heading and positioning information, and provides unparalleled continuous performance using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). The robust, rugged housing is sealed for the harshest environments.
The MD52A/X Ship’s Magnetic Compass Sensor is designed to provide a source of Magnetic Heading for the Marine Data MD76HM/1 Independent Heading Monitor.
Accurate magnetic heading from a ship’s magnetic compass is transmitted to a remote heading repeater display over a digital NMEA 0183 connection
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
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.
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
The MD53A from MARINE DATA is an Earth’s Field Electro-Magnetic Compass which directly senses the Earth’s magnetic field. The MD53A has no moving parts and does not require a host magnetic compass.
The MD52A/B contains a highly sensitive magnetic fluxgate coil which detects and follows the movement of a ship’s compass card