NavSim Radian ROTG

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NavSim Radian ROTG
Technical Specifications:

Resolution: 0.1 degree per min
Range: +/- 60 degrees per min
Weight: 469 grams
Dimensions: 136x86x49 millimetres
Battery Life: 12+ hrs
Data Output: Bluetooth and USB
Auxiliary Output: Pilot Plug AIS
Certifications: DNV shipboard RFI electronics standards, DNV certification of ROT accuracy


Design / Operation Points and Features:

The unit can charge and operate at the same time from a USB power source (computer or 115 / 230 VAC wall adapter powered USB port).
Minimum safe compass distance: 2 feet / 610 millimeters.
Minimum safe distance for VHF radio operation: 3 feet / 915 millimeters for 5 watt handheld unit
Normal operation is via the wireless Bluetooth™ connection and the USB (wired) port is used as a backup or for a second pilot.
AIS data from the ships pilot plug can be re-transmitted through the unit for convenience.
The unit can maintain a synthetic heading from the gyro data for several minutes in case of ships gyro or heading indicator system failure.
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