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Item ID: 380
Category: Electronics
Item Location:
Tauranga, , New Zealand
Sale Price: 97 New Zealand
Equivalent $USD: 68
Contact: Pendragon (9673)
Contact Email: [non-public]
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AIS Dual Channel Receiver


AIS Dual Channel Receiver -- USB -- plug and play

This low cost AIS receiver is an effective solution for adding AIS to your navigation capabilities.
Featuring a dual channel receiver with a Super stable 1ppm TCXO version 3
Receives both AIS frequencies: 161.575 & 162.25 MHz
USB Interface for simple Plug and Play connection to a Windows laptop

The AISMAP AIS Dual Channel Receiver USB - V.3 can be used with any AIS compatible PC navigation software, such as the latest OpenCpn, MaxSea, Nobeltec, etc. applications.
When connected to a VHF antenna, you can receive all line of sight AIS targets, within 25 Nm. radius of your position.
High Speed NMEA output (38,400 baud)
Receives any class A and Class B AIS targets
All the software and extended step by step installation information comes on DVD

The package includes:
  • 1 x AIS USB dual channel receiver, V.3 -- plug and play.
  • 1 x SO 239 UHF socket to gold plated MCX 50 Ohm adapter and strain-relief cable.
  • 1 x DVD, with all the software needed + printable comprehensive installation instructions + latest South Pacific and New Zealand raster charts.
  • Bonus while stocks last: TV reception setup disc, remote control and antenna.
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You don't need to be a nerd to set this up, simply follow the comprehensive instructions line by line.

  • Special price of US$68 incl. free worldwide airmail
  • Payment via Paypal is accepted only --> www.aisdigital.com
  • All major credit cards are accepted through secure payment processor PayPal.
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