KP-39A 7-inch GPS Chart Plotter with Class B AIS Transponder

$475.50

KP-39A 7-inch GPS Chart Plotter with Class B AIS Transponder

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KP-39A 7-inch GPS Chart Plotter with Class B AIS Transponder

7-inch High resolution (800×480 pixels)LCD
Built-in Class B AIS Transponder
Easy to Operate
Supports Dual Mapping System: K-Chart and C-Map
Supports the latest ONWA KChart 3.0
Ingress Protected to IPX5

PLOTTER SPECIFICATIONS
1. WAYPOINTS/ ICONS 12,000 user waypoints with name, symbol,
3 system waypoints: MOB,Start,cursor
10 proximity waypoints
2. ROUTES Max: 30 routes and up to 170 points for each one
3. TRACKS 8,000 point automatic track log; 10 saved tracks (up to 8000 track points each). Lets you retrace your path in both directions
4. ALARMS XTE, Anchor drag, arrival, speed, voltage, proximity waypoint and time,AIS alarm.
5. PALLETE
Normal
Daylight exposed to sunlight
Night in dark environment
NOAA paperchart colors
6. TIDES Tide data
7. PROJECTION Mercator projection
8. POSITION FORMAT Degree of minutes and UTM
9. BASEMAP Built-in Onwa K-Chart
10. EXTERNAL MAP SD Cards slot for C-Map MAX and ONWA K-Chart
11. USER DATA STORAGE Internal backup of user settings
12. PLOT INTERVAL 5s to 60min. 0.01nm to 10nm
Automatic way
13. PLOTTING SCALES 0.001nm to 1,000nm
14. NAV DATA Inputs:
$–GGA, $–GLL,$–GSA, $–GSV,$–RMC,
$–VTG, $–ZDA, $–VWR,$–VWT,$–MWD, $–VPWOutputs:
GGA,GLL,RMC,AAM,APA,APB,BOD,
BWC, BWR,DBT,DPT,HDT,MTW,RMB,
TLL,VTG,WPL,XTE,ZDA,ZTG,ZDL,MWD,
VPW,VWR,VWT

Outputs for autopilot:
$–APB,$–BOD,$–XTE,$–APA

15. PERSPECTIVE VIEW On/off
16. CELESTIAL Sunrise/Sunset Moonrise/Moonset
POWER SUPPLY
10.5 to 35VDC, current drain<1.0A at 12V
PHYSICAL
1. SIZE 187mm(H) X 250.1mm(W) X 148mm(D)
2. WEIGHT 1.03kg
3. DISPLAY 7-inch Color TFT dayview LCD,800×480 pixels
4. INPUT & OUTPUT PORT One opto-isolated input Port
One RS232 Output Port
5.WATERPROOFING Display unit: IPX5
Antenna Unit IP66
6. TEMPERATURE RANGE Display unit: -5℃ to +55℃
AIS INTERFACE
DATA INPUT NMEA 0183 , RS232
BAUD RATE 38,400
AIS CHARACTERISTICS
TRANSMITTER X 1
RECEIVER X2 one time shared between AIS/DSC
FREQUENCY 156.025 to 162.025 MHz in 25kHz steps
OUTPUT POWER 2 watts typical
CHANNEL BANDWITH 25 kHz
CHANNEL STEP 25 KHz
MODULATION MODES 5 kHz GMSK (AIS, TX and RX)
25 KHz AFSK (DSC, RX only)
25 KHz AFSK (DSC, RX only)
BIT RATE 9600 b/s +- 50 ppm (GMSK)
1200 b/s +- 30 ppm (FSK)
RX SENSITIVITY Sensitivity -107 dBm 25 kHz
Message error rate less than: 2%
Co-Channel 10dB
IMD 62 dB
Blocking 84 dB
GPS RECEIVER CHARACTERISTICS
RECEIVER 50 parallel channel GPS receiver continuously Tracks and uses up to 50 satellites to compute and update your position
ACQUISITION TIME Cold start: 60 seconds average
HOT START 45 seconds average
UPDATE RATE 1/second or 10/second (selectable) , continuous
POSITION 2.5 meters (95%) without S/A
VELOCITY 0.1 Meter/sec without S/A
TIME 100ns synchronized to GPS time
DYNAMICS Altitude: 50,000m Max
VELOCITY 500 m/s
ACCELERATION 4g Max
DATUM WGS 84 and user define
EQUIPMENT LIST
STANDARD
Display unit
Operator manual
External GPS Antenna with SMA connector
Installation materials and standard spare parts
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:
** KA-07 (Marine GPS Antenna)
** KA-156 or KA-162_X (Marine VHF Antenna) (For AIS Communication)

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Automatic Identification System (AIS)?
A: Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a reporting system used in the identification of marine vessels and its location. Vessels equipped with this system allow each other to communicate automatically, dynamically and regularly update their position, speed, course and information such as vessel identity.
The AIS radar function does not refer to its own AIS system and its features such as the VHF T/R and Letter Machine but by serial interface through (NMEA) which will be received by the AIS and sent to the radar on a real time displayed on the radar screen.
ONWA Marine Electronics offer Chart Plotters with built-in AIS devices or external AIS devices which can be interfaced with your Radar and GPS Chart Plotters.
What is the difference between an Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder and an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver?
A: There are two classes of Automatic Identification System (AIS) devices: Class “A” Transponder and Class “B” Receiver. Class “A” transponders are those with built-in VHF transmitter and receiver. This means that the device can transmit and receive vessel information to and from its own vessel. On the other hand, Class “B” receivers are only able to receive vessel information from other vessels which has AIS transmitters.
What is the range Automatic Identification System (AIS) covers?
A: Normally, vessels with an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver connected to an external antenna placed on 15 meters above sea level, will receive AIS information within a range of 15-20 nautical miles. Even behind remote mountains, range can be determined depending on the elevation, antenna type, obstacles around antenna and weather conditions.
Can I use the Automatic Identification System (AIS) of ONWA with other brands?
A: Yes. ONWA Marine Electronic equipment uses NMEA standards which makes it compatible with other brands. You can use the included cable (KS2-data1) on the package to connect the Automatic Identification System (AIS) device to other navigational equipment such as plotter, radar etc.
Please connect the DB9 connector of the KS2-data1 cable to the DB9 socket of KS200A/B. Connect the other end of the KS2-data1 cable to the external navigational equipment.
Wiring Connection is available in the manual.

Why is it that I cannot see the ship nearby in the Automatic Identification System (AIS) screen, though I see it on the sea?
A: There are two classes of Automatic Identification System (AIS) devices: Class “A” Transponder and Class “B” Receiver. Class “A” transponders are those with built-in VHF transmitter and receiver. This means that the device can transmit and receive vessel information to and from its own vessel. On the other hand, Class “B” receivers are only able to receive vessel information from other vessels which has AIS transmitters. Thus, vessels with Class “B” AIS devices cannot be seen by other vessels, it can only receive information from other AIS devices.
Another scenario would be if the other vessel has no AIS device at all. Then, only the radar can detect its presence on navigational equipment.

Can I see my ship in marinetraffic.com using the Automatic Identification System (AIS) of ONWA?
A: Yes. There are only a few reasons if you cannot see your vessel in marinetraffic.com:
The vessel is not equipped with an Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder or the transponder is not operational or the transponder is not properly working
The vessel sails in an area where no nearby AIS receiving station exists
The transmission power of the vessel’s AIS transponder is not enough in order for a land-based station to receive the signals. This depends on the type of the transponder, the type and the height of the antenna and the quality of the cabling
Especially for vessels equipped with a Class-B AIS transponder, the transmission power of AIS signals is much lower than the power of a Class-A transponder and therefore the reception range in much more restricted
The AIS transponder of the vessel is not configured to transmit the correct information (e.g. MMSI number, ship’s name etc.)
I lost the adapter of my Radar for Automatic Identification System (AIS), how can I get a new one?
A: Please contact your nearest ONWA Dealer or you can send us an email about your concern on Automatic Identification System (AIS) via our Contact Us page.

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