Smaller Autopilot

MotorBoating has a short review on ComNav’s new small-boat autopilot. Read about it here.
“ComNav has introduced a small-boat autopilot that delivers features found on its larger units. Compatible with NAV interface input and NMEA 0183 heading output data, the new ComNav 1500 Autopilot´┐Żs drive draws a maximum of 25 amps. Its easy-to-read, five-button control head has a high-contrast LCD display, measures 4.3″ x 4.3″ x 1″ and has adjustable backlighting.”

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