Marine Data Systems

Marine Data Systems

Vittlefields Technology Centre, Forest Road, Newport, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom, PO304LY

 

Transmitting Magnetic Compass System (MD71TMC)

Transmitting Magnetic Compass System (MD71TMC)

Transmitting Magnetic Compass System (MD71TMC) is a modular NMEA-based OLED Digital Heading Repeater, housed in a robust, compact aluminium enclosure with a multi-function keypad. The compact 1-DIN size makes it an ideal solution to any work boat, enabling digital heading data (Ship’s reading) to be displayed and monitored at any location on a wide range of vessel types.

The MD71HR offers a heading repeater solution for locations where space is limited and may be either bulkhead or panel mounted. It is finished in jet black to complement other marine navigation equipment.

The MD71HR from Marine Data: flexible in application, easy to install and simple to maintain.

Special Features

  • Displays True or Magnetic Source

  • Yellow OLED Display, 2.7” (128 x 64 pixel) with superb black-level reproduction

  • Six button membrane-type keypad

  • Designed to be flush-mounted unobtrusively in a console panel

  • Automatically Detects NMEA Heading Types

Applications

  • Repeats the display of a ship’s magnetic or gyro compass at any convenient location on a vessel

  • Provides the heading display in an Electromagnetic Compass System

Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.4 kg

  • Mounting: Panel mount (standard); Bulkhead mount (option)

  • Dimensions: H 96 mm; W 96 mm; D 77 mm (H 150 mm on bracket); Fascia 96 x 96 x 6 mm deep

  • Connections: 1x 15-way D-type connector; M4 Earth stud

  • Construction: Aluminium alloy enclosure

  • Finish: RAL9005 Jet Black, fine texture paint

  • Performance: Dependant on received data

  • Display: 2.7” 128 x 64 Pixel OLED – Yellow

  • Error Indication: Flashing Warning Message + Audible Alarm Fixed Warning Message (acknowledged alarm)

  • MTBF: >30,000 hours

  • Complies with: IEC60945

  • RoHS: Compliant

 

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