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Model # 14665020Mfg # 22931


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Product Description

This start pack provides everything that the boat owner needs to monitor the key navigational variables of wind, depth and speed. At the core of the system lies the WSI connection box, which receives by cable from the transducers real time data on depth, boat speed and water temperature. At the same time the WSI receives via a wireless radio link wind speed and direction from the wireless wind transducer. The information is then processed and sent via a single cable to a Sea Data multifunction display, where the user can select the preferred combination of data readouts.

The information available:

  • Speed, Average Speed, Max Speed
  • Trip, Total log
  • Depth
  • Water temperature
  • Start timer- Trip Timer
  • Deep / shallow alarms
  • True wind speed
  • Apparent wind speed, Apparent wind angle, True wind angle, True wind speed, Barometric pressure
  • Battery voltage

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Nexus, A Garmin CompanyNX Start Pack 1

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Nexus NX1

By Ciao

from Corpus Christi, TX

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Functional
  • Installs Easily
  • Space Efficient
  • Stable


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      Comments about NX Start Pack 1:

      Looking for replacement wind & speed intrument for cruiser/racer. This unit had a good price point. Instrument is functional, but I'd recommend getting the upgraded speed transducer. Unit helps with refining trim, but I don't think we're doing 14 Kts in a 20 kt wind on a J-30. Screen is difficult to read depending on angle of the sun. I'm neutral on a recommendation.

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