Gyrocompass

 

 

GLOBAL LEADER IN THE MARITIME MARKET

Sperry was founded in 1910 by American Elmer Ambrose Sperry to manufacture his inventions of navigation equipment. Sperry inventions includes the marine gyrostabiliser and the gyrocompass.

Sperry Gyrocompass played a key role in World War I and II for the allied navies. The spirit of revolutionary inventions is still a major drive for Sperry Marine today, with the Fibre-Optic Gyrocompass and CompassNet Heading Management System.

 

 

SPERRY MARINE GYROCOMPASS DESCRIPTION DOWNLOADS
NAVIGAT 100

It is the advancement of the Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine spinning mass gyrocompass. The NAVIGAT 100 fully integrates the benefits of the NAVIGAT family of products within a single unit.

 

  • Stand alone installation
  • 180° heading offset function for shuttle vessels
  • Built-in test equipment
  • Automatic North Speed Error Correction
  • HSC Approved
  • Low lifecycle costs
  • Short installation time
  • High-speed follow-up system 100°/sec
  • High resolution ROT output
 

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NAVIGAT 200 (CompassNet)

It is the latest advancement of the Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine spinning mass gyrocompasses. Built on the successful NAVIGAT X MK1, the NAVIGAT 200 combines the latest technology break­through with quality, price and requires only minimal service support.

  • System architecture based on Ethernet communication for easy installation
  • Low lifecycle costs
  • Easy integration with magnetic and GPS compasses, FOG and third party gyros
  • HSC Approved
  • High-speed follow-up system 100°/sec
  • 180° heading offset function for shuttle vessels
  • High resolution ROT output
  • Dual, triple and quadruple configurations compliant with Class Notifications DNV NAUT-OC and NAUT-AW, GL NAV-INS and DNX DPS-2 and DPS-3
  • CompassNet benefits: reduction of installation costs, simple fault finding, reduction of wiring and better redundancy.
 

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NAVIGAT 2200 FOG (CompassNet)

With an accuracy designed to keep the compass free from export regulations, the NAVIGAT 2200 provides fibre-optic strap-down technology with all its benefits. The completely new development of the NAVIGAT 2200 allowed for implementation of the latest hardware and software technology, providing the system with unique features.

  • Fastest alignment time in the market of less than 6 minutes with stored alignment
  • Not listed on the EU Dual Use export control list
  • No required scheduled maintenance.
  • Simplified Cabling with new CompassNet
  • Maintenance Free
  • Ideal for High Speed Craft
  • Heading roll, pitch, x/y/z rate sensor
  • Solid-state, fully electronic strap-down technology
  • Compact and low weight
  • CompassNet benefits: reduction of installation costs, simple fault finding, reduction of wiring and better redundancy.

 

 

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NAVIGAT 3000 FOG (CompassNet)

The NAVIGAT 3000 with an ultra-fast settling time, better than Hemispherical Resonator Gyros (HRGs), unique field MTBF and its high precision outputs of rate-of-turn, roll, pitch, x-/y-/z-rates and heave, is the ideal solution for any vessel application. Fully type approved, including high-speed craft (HSC) and integrated navigation systems (INS).

  • Maintenance free, no moving parts
  • Ultra-fast settling time of 10 minutes
  • MTBF 130,000 hours
  • Type approved for HSC vessels and INS integration
  • Type approved rate-of-turn output
  • Roll, pitch and x/y/z outputs
  • Heave output
  • Solid state, fully electronic strap-down technology
  • For single and multiple configurations
  • CompassNet benefits: reduction of installation costs, simple fault finding, reduction of wiring and better redundancy.
 

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