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What sensors does Maretron recommend for basic navigation?

A standard Maretron NMEA2000 navigation sensor network consists of the following components:

  • Compass: SSC200
  • GPS: GPS200
  • Depth Speed Water: DST110
  • Weather: WSO100
  • Display: DSM150

System Capabilities:

  • Wind Apparent
  • Speed over ground
  • Course over ground
  • Speed through water
  • Magnetic Heading
  • True Heading
  • Water depth
  • Water temperature
  • Outside temperature
  • Outside Humidity
  • Barometric pressure
  • GPS Status
  • Vessel Pitch & Roll
  • Rate of Turn
  • Magnetic Variation
  • Time UTC
  • Water Depth

DSM150/250 calculations:

  • Ground Wind
  • True Wind
  • Wind Chill
  • Heat Index
  • Dew Point
  • Sunset
  • Sunrise
  • Twilight AM
  • Twilight PM
  • Moon Phase
  • Anchor Watch
  • Weather
  • Water Depth with Offset
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