SignetMarine - Traditionals - SL11 Self-Powered Analog Knotmeter
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The SIGNETMARINE SL11 Analog Knotmeter consists of a precision indicator and paddlewheel transducer to provide definitive speed indication for both racing and cruising yachts. The SL11 Analog Knotmeter is capable of sensing and displaying variations in speed as low as 0.1 knot!
The SL11 Analog Knotmeter is completely self-powered. This makes it ideal for smaller yachts with limited power supplies or as a backup unit for larger yachts. The transducer generates an AC signal which is read by the dampened meter movement. For night use, red illumination is provided through a full 360-degree lens (12V power required.)
The SL11 Analog Knotmeter comes complete with all mounting hardware and your choice of through-hull fitting.
The SL11 Analog Knotmeter was designed to provide you with many years of trouble-free service! Its transducer is compatible with SIGNETMARINE through-hulls dating back some 28 years, making it the perfect upgrade for your current knotmeter.
Each unit is vigorously tested and must pass extensive quality control standards before it is shipped. All units come with a two-year warranty. For the name of you nearest SIGNETMARINE dealer call (310) 320-4349.
Main Features Large, Easy-To-Read Dial
0 - 12 Knot Scale Standard
Mounting Options Thru-hulls: Flush or Mushroom
Indicator: Bulkhead or Panel Mounting
Power Requirements Instrument: No Power Required
Lighting: +12 VDC
Signet SL11 Knotmeter.
It is getting increasingly difficult to find replacement gauges for the round units installed on many of the older boats. The "new improved" offerings are not acceptable in my opinion as they are either square, or the smaller 2 1/4" gauge, and they do not mount flush like ...
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 17 January, 2004.