Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor

SKU: 63431 - UPC: 753759173845 - MPN: 010-11417-20
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The Garmin 9-Axis Heading sensor provides heading information from the three magnetic axes (X, Y, and Z) and the three gyroscopic axes (X, Y, and Z).
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Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor Product Description

9-Axis Heading Sensor

Premium solution for exceptional heading accuracy. The 9-axis heading sensor is the premium solution that is easy to install and provides fast calibration and exceptional heading accuracy.

Features:
  • Provides exceptional heading accuracy, even at lower speeds or when bow is pitching, rolling or heeling over
  • Heading accuracy of plus or minus 2 degrees
  • Heading and rate-of-turn output at 10 Hz; trim and heel output at 1 Hz
  • Simple 2-step calibration process
  • 9-axis MEMS technology allows installation in any orientation located away from magnetic interference


Accurate Heading Even at Low Speed
Its heading output at 10 Hz and accuracy of plus or minus 2 degrees ensures your chart orientation and boat heading line match up with reality, even at lower speeds. It also allows for MARPA tracking and improves radar overlay experience.

Effective in Rough Waters
You can also be confident your heading information will remain accurate, even in rough sea conditions where your bow is pitching and rolling or - in sailboat applications - when heeled over. Provides heading and rate-of-turn output at 10 Hz and trim and heel output at 1 Hz.

Easy Installation, Fast Calibration
The 9-axis heading sensor installs easily with NMEA 2000® plug-and-play interface and a simple 2-step precision calibration process for compatible Garmin chartplotters. For displays other than Garmin, basic calibration is also supported. The heading sensor's 9-axis MEMS technology allows installation in any orientation located away from magnetic interference. All of our heading sensors are built to withstand bilge environments.

In The Box:
  • 9-axis Heading Sensor
  • NMEA 2000® T-connector
  • NMEA 2000 drop cable (2 meters)
  • Documentation

"Warning"WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.



The advanced solution has excellent heading accuracy, which can provide excellent heading accuracy even at lower speeds or bow pitch, roll or roll. The heading accuracy is plus or minus 2 degrees, the heading and steering angle output is 10 Hz; the trim and roll output is 1 Hz, a simple two-step calibration process 9-axis MEMS technology allows 9-axis heading sensors to be installed in any direction away from magnetic field interference It is our advanced solution, easy to install, and provides fast calibration and excellent heading accuracy. It can maintain accurate heading even at low speeds. Even at low speed, its heading output can ensure that the direction of the chart and the heading of the ship are consistent with the actual situation at a frequency of 10 Hz and an accuracy of plus or minus 2 degrees. It can also perform MARPA tracking and improve radar coverage. Effective in rough waters You can also ensure that the heading information will remain accurate even in rough sea conditions with bow pitching and rolling, or when falling behind in sailing applications. Provides 10 Hz heading and angle output, and 1 Hz trim and heel output. Easy to install and quickly calibrate the 9-axis heading sensor can be easily installed through the NMEA 2000 plug-and-play interface and the simple two-step precision calibration process of a compatible Garmin plotter. For displays other than Garmin, basic calibration is also supported. The 9-axis MEMS technology of the heading sensor allows installation in any direction away from magnetic field interference. All our heading sensors can withstand the bilge environment.

Garmin NMEA 2000 Backbone/Drop Cable (1 Ft.)
Garmin NMEA 2000 Backbone Cable (2M)
Garmin NMEA 2000 Backbone Cable (6M)
Garmin NMEA 2000 Backbone Cable (10M)
Garmin NMEA 2000 T Connector
Garmin NMEA 2000 Terminator, Male
Garmin NMEA 2000 Terminator, Female
Garmin NMEA 2000 Field Installable Connector, Male
Garmin NMEA 2000 Field Installable Connector, Female
Garmin NMEA 2000 In-Line Terminator


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor

Who is the Garmin?
How to describe Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor?

Who is the Garmin?

Garmin is a leader in Global Positioning System (GPS) technology and an innovator in consumer electronics. Garmin serves both the aviation and consumer markets. Garmin's products are used in flying, boating, driving, hiking, and many other activities. Specifically, Garmin aims to enrich the lives of customers, suppliers, distributors, and employees by providing the very best products that offer superior quality, safety, and operational features at affordable prices.

How to describe Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor?

The advanced solution has excellent heading accuracy, which can provide excellent heading accuracy even at lower speeds or bow pitch, roll or roll. The heading accuracy is plus or minus 2 degrees, the heading and steering angle output is 10 Hz; the trim and roll output is 1 Hz, a simple two-step calibration process 9-axis MEMS technology allows 9-axis heading sensors to be installed in any direction away from magnetic field interference It is our advanced solution, easy to install, and provides fast calibration and excellent heading accuracy. It can maintain accurate heading even at low speeds. Even at low speed, its heading output can ensure that the direction of the chart and the heading of the ship are consistent with the actual situation at a frequency of 10 Hz and an accuracy of plus or minus 2 degrees. It can also perform MARPA tracking and improve radar coverage. Effective in rough waters You can also ensure that the heading information will remain accurate even in rough sea conditions with bow pitching and rolling, or when falling behind in sailing applications. Provides 10 Hz heading and angle output, and 1 Hz trim and heel output. Easy to install and quickly calibrate the 9-axis heading sensor can be easily installed through the NMEA 2000 plug-and-play interface and the simple two-step precision calibration process of a compatible Garmin plotter. For displays other than Garmin, basic calibration is also supported. The 9-axis MEMS technology of the heading sensor allows installation in any direction away from magnetic field interference. All our heading sensors can withstand the bilge environment.
  • Installs easily with no wiring or calibration required.
  • Provides fast calibration and exceptional heading accuracy.
  • Includes mounting bracket, cable and 9-axis sensor.
  • 9-axis heading sensor that provides fast calibration and exceptional accuracy.
  • Easy to install, no need to worry about the installation process.
  • No worries about installation process or calibration time, just plug and play.
  • 9-axis sensor is the premium solution that is easy to install and provides fast calibration and exceptional heading accuracy.
  • Provides exceptional heading accuracy for your drone.


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Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor Technical Specifications

Type: 

Marine Navigation & Instruments | Compasses

Vendor: 

Garmin

Weight: 

1.3 lb

Output Frequency (mHz): 

10Hz

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Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor Shipping & Return

Shipping Weight: 

1.3 lb

Box Sizes: 

5.00 (h) x 6.00 (w) x 8.00 (l)

Cubic Feet: 

240.0

Returnable: 

Yes

P65: 

Yes

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Garmin 9-Axis Heading Sensor

$522.09 $649.99 ( / )

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