The new steering repeater ensures a clear indication of the heading in- formation by using a 360° and a 10° compass card. In addition, heading information is shown on a digital display. Both the analogue and the digital display provide a graduation of a tenth of a degree.
The heading source indication is a unique feature of the new steering repeater from Raytheon Anschütz. It displays the source of heading in- formation such as gyro, satellite or magnetic compass. In combination with the Gyro Compass System Standard 22, it is immediately apparent which heading source is selected.
When connected with Raytheon Anschütz’ gyro system, alarms and status information of the Gyro Compass Standard 22 can be displayed on the steering repeater. All necessary information is transferred to the wheelhouse independently of the location of the gyro compass.
The steering repeater from Raytheon Anschütz can be connected to course bus or NMEA and needs no manual synchronization with the master compass. For use on double-end ferries a 180° offset can be added.
The illumination is concentrated on the lubber line and can be dimmed with a push button. The anti-glare screen is a standard feature.