AIS PILOT PLUG WIFI ADAPTER,COE-WiFi-422 9

by Cenkin Original Electronics

AIS PILOT PLUG WIFI ADAPTER,COE-WiFi-422 9
THIS Wifi Pilot SUPPOSED TO PROVIDE:

1、 Dynamic information such as Own ship and Target Vessel Lat./Long, COG,SOG, Heading Rate of Turn, Navigational Status and time.

2、Static information such as vessel name, call sign, IMO identification, dimensions , and vessel type.

3、Voyage related information such as draft, cargo type, destination and ETA

Small body, long endurance

Bidirectional communication

IMO standard ais pilot plug interfaces

This Device has an internal rechargeable battery, Working approx 50HRS weight 82G with battery
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