GME AIST120 Transceiver

$879.00

Availability: Only 2 left in stock

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The AIST120 can be considered as a vessel’s electronic beacon. By regularly broadcasting critical static and dynamic information to all similarly equipped vessels within range, the AIST120 provides boat owners with a vital navigation tool, particularly when operating at night or under poor visibility conditions. Transmitted data includes vessel name, length, registration, plus speed over the ground (SOG), course over the ground (COG), as well as location coordinates which are automatically calculated and updated by the AIST120’s integrated 50 channel GPS receiver.

SKU AIS-GME/T Category

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