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Yokogawa Denshikiki Gyrocompasses

Supplier: Rubin Group

A gyrocompass is a heading sensor which continuously indicates the horizontal angle from true north to the ship's fore and aft datum line.

Price Guide: POA

A gyrocompass detects the direction of true north by means of a fast-spinning rotor, which is suspended with no friction and is influenced by gravity and rotation of the Earth. A gyrocompass consequently indicates a ship's heading. The ship's heading is transmitted to repeater compasses and other ship's equipment after the signal format is converted to serial data or to stepper or analog signals depending on what type of format the equipment requires.
There are three models in the CMZ900 series:

CMZ900B: Single-unit model, suitable for small vessels

CMZ900S: Single-unit model, suitable for all types of merchant vessels

CMZ900D: Dual-unit model for extra reliability

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