Navigate the open seas far from land has always been difficult and very exciting. Water can be a rewarding experience as long as the boat has the necessary tools to provide complete security. The quality of sea-board electronics ensures fast and safe navigation.
It is recommended that the boat is equipped with some marine electronics. The minimum security requirement is to have at least one marine VHF radio and compass before leaving the coast. Electronics desirable to include other GPS plotter, sounder or sonar, radar and autopilot. Other more sophisticated, but good to have items include automatic identification system and a navigation system network
Send operation of electronic equipment and use are discussed below:
Autopilot: This tool is highly recommended for seafarers set to go on a long journey. Autopilot help steer the boat automatically, and then the person at the helm of the relief effort. Autopilot is a great help to those who troll while fishing boat to automatically control when the captain to join and enjoy fishing. This tool is very useful because it helps to save fuel, keeping constant the title boat.
Fish Finder: those who fish for fun or for rent to take advantage of the assistance provided by a good fish finder. The fishfinder operates using a sonar. Basically sonar by sending a signal through the water column until it strikes and object with sufficient mass to return a signal to prepare, which makes an image on the screen. This shows the depth of the fish compared to the basic structure. If a fish finder is not intended as an echo sounder with a digital display is a good opportunity to become cheaper.
Automatic Identification System: It is considered an important tool for electronic marine navigation.
It gives other boats with important information and information for you, as the exact location of the vessel, the longitude and latitude, time stamp, speed, route etc ground while the boat is moving, the AIS, the above data every 2 to 10 seconds, while when the boat is anchored, is information that is displayed every 3 minutes. In addition to providing the above information, it also provides information on other boats or ships on their size, location and type of boat or ship. He is the complete electronic instrument to avoid collisions.
SPI: The Radio Locator (SPI), also known as distress beacon is a transmitter, which helps rescue services to locate vessels in distress. The satellite broadcast transmissions around the world to the various emergency services. PWC operators who wish to have an EPIRB must use a digital camera 406. The Copas-Sarsat international satellite monitoring has ceased for all but a 406MHz signal for distress alert and location to rescue the world ..
Plotter GPS: GPS is no longer the duty of the old Loran navigation system. GPS signals broadcast from satellites around the world, maintained by the U.S. government. GPS can be read in digital format or a map. The preferred method is a tracer, which is filled with digital map of the area you operate in. Most new VHF radios are now able to send your position to a distress signal when connected to a GPS.