Cost reduction: Existing repeaters, autopilots and other heading receivers (periphery) can remain on board.
Reduced installation efforts: Use of existing cabling and minimum installation time.
Perfect solution for service organizations – virtually all available compasses on the market can be retrofitted with only three different converters.
Raytheon Anschutz is the market leader for sophisticated gyro compass technology with more than 100 years of experience. The Standard 22 combines proven technology and long maintenance intervals with advanced features. Its accuracy, reliability, and cost effectiveness over lifetime make the Standard 22 the most popular gyro compass in the market – sold for more than18,000 times. The Standard 22 gyro compass is type approved in accordance with IMO standards.
The Standard 22 gyro compass was designed as a modular system to meet customer requirements. The system consists of up to three gyro compasses and can include an operator unit and a distribution unit. Another gyro, a magnetic compass, a satellite compass, and/or an external rate-of-turn gyro can be integrated as additional sensors. A wide range of accessories is available.
Anschutz gyro compasses are known for their superior accuracy and reliability even under harshest environmental conditions. With the Standard 22, operational safety was dramatically increased due to a patented data transmission technology that completely replaces the use of slip rings. Today its robust design makes Standard 22 the first choice for safety-sensitive vessels such as offshore / platform supply vessels or cruise ships.
Nav Data Repeater
The Nav Data Repeater is a multi-functional display and converter unit. Data for heading, set heading, speed and rate-of-turn can be displayed. Heading changes are additionally visually indicated by a LED tape indicator. The speed of the indication is proportional to the rate-of-turn of the ship – a helpful indication.
The Nav Data Repeater converts also synchro and step signals from old gyro compasses and speed log data (200 pulses/nm) into NMEA telegrams. Thus, the Nav Data Repeater can perfectly be used for retrofit when connecting new equipment such as autopilots, VDR or AIS to old equipment such as gyro compasses with synchro or step output.