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Raymarine T104 Micronet package containing, Raymarine T111 Dual Digital Display, Raymarine T112 Analogue Display, Raymarine T120 Wind Transmitter, Raymarine T121 Hull Transmitter, Raymarine T122 NMEA Interface, Raymarine T911 Speed and Raymarine T912 Depth Transducer.
The Raymarine T111 Micronet Dual Digital Display shows two lines of data simultaneously. It can be configured at any time to display any information provided by your transmitters.
Raymarine T111 Micronet Dual Digital Display, Data Displayed
The Raymarine T112 Micronet Analogue Display can be configured at any time to display any information provided by your transmitters such as Apparent or True Wind Speed and Direction along with CH/VMG, GPS and Heading Information.
Raymarine T112 Micronet Analogue Display, Data Displayed
For the first time, you can have wind information without running cables down the mast. The Raymarine T120 Micronet Wind Transmitter measures Wind Speed and Direction and sends data to any Raymarine Micronet Display via wireless link. It can be fitted (simple three-screw attachment) with the mast in place and makes un-stepping the mast easy too. Calibration for wind speed and direction is done at any display.
The Speed, Depth and Compass Transducers link to the Raymarine T121 Micronet Hull Transmitter which sends the information to the Raymarine Micronet Displays by wireless link. It can be sited anywhere conveient on the boat usually close to the transducers.
This interface enables sailors to integrate other marine electronics into any of the Raymarine Micronet instrument range. Compatible with instruments using the NMEA language, the Raymarine T122 Wireless NMEA Interface (2 inputs/1 output) collects data from autopilots, GPS, chartplotters, PDAs and other on board instruments and transmits it wirelessly to the Raymarine Micronet Displays. Plugged into an on board PC, Raymarine Micronet can send and receive information so that navigation and tactical software can be displayed anywhere on deck.