Garmin MSC 10, with this compass you know where you are with precision


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Garmin MSC 10

Do you want to navigate safely while knowing your position with incredible accuracy and with less than 2 degrees deviation on your course?

From the world leader in satellite navigation comes the Garmin MSC 10 Nautical Satellite Compass, which uses multi-band (GPS L1 and L5) and multi-satellite (GPS, Galileo1, GLONASS and BeiDou1) GNSS receivers to provide highly accurate position data.

Multiple receivers provide course accuracy to within two degrees. Since satellite signals are used, there is no need to worry about magnetic interference either. The new nautical satellite compass with integrated GPS always provides reliable and accurate information about the direction and position of the boat. With a 10 Hz update rate, it provides better and more detailed tracking information.

It is easy to install and can be used as the primary heading and position sensor on multiple systems, including the most advanced autopilots. In addition to heading, the MSC 10 will also provide reliable and accurate pitch, roll and sway information, even in rough seas, directly to a compatible Garmin chartplotter via the NMEA 2000® network.

In the event of a weaker satellite signal, position accuracy will be supported not only by the built-in GPS sensor, but also by the backup magnetometer.

The new MSC 10 is compatible with a wide range of Garmin chartplotters, including the GPSMAP 8400 series, the GPSMAP 723/923/1223 series and the GPSMAP 1022/1222 series with keys.

The device can be used as the primary sensor for the autopilot and other onboard systems that require accurate course data.


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