AIS PILOT PLUG WIFI ADAPTER,CP3-WG

by Cenkin Original Electronics

AIS PILOT PLUG WIFI ADAPTER,CP3-WG
THIS WiFi Pilot SUPPOSED TO PROVIDE:

1、 Dynamic information such as Own ship and Target Vessel Lat./Long, 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

PERFECT COMPATIBILITY

Direct WI-Fi connection between the AIS Pilot Plug and IPHONE, IPad, Android, and other wifi enabled platform. Also compatible with windows, UNIX, and LINUX.
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