The MA800 passive GPS Antenna for AIS transponder (P/No. X500.391) is compatible with all current Digital Yacht AIS Transponders (AIT2000/2500/3000/5000/CLA1000/CLA2000). It is therefore an ideal replacement antenna for many makes of GPS receivers and chart plotters. You can also use it with the discontinued AIT250 and AIT1000. However, the physical size and shape is different from the original antenna.
The base can be removed for puck mounting or with the base fitted, it can be attached to any 3rd party 1” mounting accessory (available separately) for pole, deck, bracket and rail mounting.
It ships with 10m cable terminated with a slim FME connector and FME-TNC adaptor.
“The AIT2000 uses the latest AIS Transponder technology to squeeze more performance and interfacing options in to a housing that is half the size of our previous generation transponder.”
“AIT3000 is a class B AIS transponder with a built-in VHF splitter. It’s also been designed with the latest interfacing capability including NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000, USB and a WiFi server to allow tablets, smartphones and PCs to connect.”
“CLA2000 is the ultimate SOLAS and inland waterway globally approved Class A AIS transponder. “
“An easy to install Class B AIS transponder with plug ‘n play NMEA 2000 interface. Built in GPS antenna and ideal for use on smaller yachts and boats like RIBs and center consoles.”
“Network enabled AIS receiver for base station operation. Simple RJ45 network interface and USB too. Perfect for use with Marine Traffic or AIS Live.”
“Combination AIS/VHF and GPS antenna for Class B transponders which makes for a super quick and high performance installation.”
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