KW910-R

Synchro to NMEA Interface

The KW910-R interface converts synchro transmission to NMEA 0183 data. Applications include gyro compass conversion for radar, ECDIS and heading displays, rudder sensor angle for use with a VDR. The “XDR” sentence can be used with a variety of synchro systems including anemometer, speed log, telegraph, propeller pitch and rudder demand.

Advantages

  • Input voltage easily selected via DIP switch
  • Selectable function and choice of data output
  • Many set-ups do not require alignment
  • Certified to IEC60945

KW910-R

Synchro to NMEA Interface

POWER   Nominal 24 v DC at 0.2 amps.
INPUT 1  

Synchro 40 to 550 Hz.

Reference 40 to 220v. Phases 40 to 90 volts. 

INPUT 2  

NMEA 0183 port. 4800 baud.

Gyro option: Programmed for all NMEA heading sentences input.

Rudder Sensor Angle option: Input a 2nd rudder angle (or rudder demand)

Wind option: Use a second interface to input speed or direction.

XDR option: A second transducer value can be input. 

OUTPUT  

NMEA0183 4800 baud, RS422, RS232 compatible.

Gyro options: $HEHDT, $HEROT, $HCHCC, $HCHDM.

Rudder sensor angle: Outputs a $ERRSA Synchro transducer angle sentence with two values; first the interface’s own angle, the second field taken from the first field entered via the NMEA input port

Wind option: $WIMWV. The interface outputs wind speed OR direction.

The other field can be filled by input from the NMEA input port.

XDR option: More than 8 XDR identities, switch selectable.

Outputs a $ERXDR Synchro transducer angle sentence with two values;

first the interface’s own angle, the second field taken from the first field entered via the NMEA input port.

DIMENSIONS   222 x 146 x 55 mm
APPROVALS   IEC60945