Wind Transducers have a tough life, experiencing extreme weather, constant movement and the occassional seagull. Therefore it is no surprise that they can often fail. With this in mind, our WND100 marine wind sensor features an ultra tough design with UV and salt resistant plastics, Igildur™ bearings for exceptional life and corrosion resistance. Data transmission is via a super-thin 20m digital cable providing fast update NMEA0183 ($WIMWV) data. Therefore allowing maximum compatibility with legacy instrument systems and multi-function displays.
If you have an existing wind transducer that has failed or you want to add wind data to a multi-function display (MFD). You should consider if our marine wind sensor WND100, before splashing out on an expensive complete wind system from one of the bigger brands. Check if the WND100 can be connected up to your existing displays. This will not only save yourself significant money, but also install a transducer that will take whatever mother nature has to throw at it.
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“GPS160 supplied with iKonvert (NMEA2000-NMEA0183 converter) allowing easy and flexible NMEA 2000 installation.”
“GPS160 SeaTalk version is supplied with Digital Yacht SeaTalk1 to NMEA0183 converter allowing easy replacement of older Raystar sensors.”
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