12/01/2021

Introducing new version AS07-0183, it’s now have integrated Compass

How to get GPS and Heading data onto your chartplotter.

Introducing, the new upgraded AS07-0183…

While the AS07-0183 has always been a popular and highly accurate GPS, Glonass and Galileo Global positional sensor, with a convenient NMEA 0183 connection to your chart plotter and a USB connection for those who prefer laptop chart plotting,..

As of January 6th, 2021, The AS07-0183 now also includes an integrated 3-Axis digital compass, to provide heading data. As you’ll likely know, once you have both GPS and heading data, this automatically provides speed data and allows your chart software to calculate course over water.

One convenient and cost-effective installation give you:

  1. GPS (with Glonass and Galileo) Positioning data
  2. Heading data
  3. Speed data
  4. Course over Water/ Course over Ground data

The AS07-0183 has two raised lines on the enclosure, the center point of these should be pointed straight forward, towards the front of the boat, as illustrated. If this is not possible, you can configure this adjustment to +90 to –90 degrees using the Windows configuration tool. (See the full manual for more details)

How to install a marine heading sensor

Included with your AS07-0183

  • 1 x QK-AS07-0183 GPS and Heading sensor
  • 10 metre cable
  • 1 x Mounting Base
  • NMEA 0183 RS232 to USB adaptor

View the full product listing here.

Connect the AS07-0183 GPS and Heading sensor directly to your NMEA 0183 chart plotter and its 10 metre cable can connect via NMEA 0183 RS422 and the older NMEA 0183 RS232.

Or alternatively, if you do not have a spare NMEA 0183 input on your Chartplotter/MFD you can use a multiplexer to combine NMEA 0183 inputs (with other inputs including NMEA 0183, SeaTalk, NMEA 2000, USB and WiFi) or send the GPS and heading today to more outputs and view your data across many more outputs including WiFi Apps.

Optional add-ons for a growing system: Here are our most popular multiplexing options:

The basic option (A031)…

The sophisticated NMEA 0183 option (A033)…

The sophisticated NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 option (A034-B)…

Of course, if your chart plotter has a spare NMEA 0183 connection, or you already have a multiplexer, all you need is the AS07-0183 to add both GPS and Heading data to your system.

Need any further information?

We are experts in merging mixed protocol systems, if you’re not sure which device you need to optimize your system, contact us with details of your system, wishlist or challenge and we will be happy to advise.

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