Compact Dome Satellite Compass™ (1.0 Heading Accuracy), NMEA2000® Certified
Display TypeSupplied Separately
Power Usage12-24 VDC
Receiver TypeGPS or GLONASS or Galileo or QZSS or SBAS
Prices and Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
All prices shown are in USD. Prices are valid in US and Canada only.
Revolutionary Baseline Architecture
Utilizing four separate GNSS Antennas for the ultimate in responsiveness, the SCX20 and SCX21 set a new standard for reliable and accurate heading for all of your marine electronics. Traditionally, a Satellite Compass™ calculates heading using one baseline between two antennas; the SCX20/21’s four antennas can calculate heading information using any one of the six baselines drawn between the four antennas.
The unprecedented quad-antenna design of the SCX20 and SCX21 makes them capable of calculating extremely accurate heading, pitch, roll, and heave information. They are the perfect heading solution for complex vessel installations where the view of satellites may sometimes be obstructed.
Experience superior accuracy
The SCX20 and SCX21 enhance the performance of on-board equipment such as Radar, Fish Finders, Sonar, and Autopilots. Accurate heading information empowers your NAVpilot to keep a better course, saving time, fuel, and money on every voyage; meanwhile, precise pitch, roll, and heave information stabilizes the display for many Furuno Fish Finders and Sonars, allowing for an accurate presentation even in the roughest of seas.
Precision Navigation Data to any NMEA2000 Network
Full NMEA2000 Certification provides plug and play connectivity to any NMEA2000 network. Distribute high-accuracy navigation data as well as air temperature and barometric pressure. Initial Setup and configuration can be done from any Navnet TZT2/TZT3 MFD, Navpilot 300, or use the free Furuno SC Setting Tool PC Software when properly interfaced.
Radar echo trail zig-zag domination!
When connected to Furuno SCX20/21, the Radar’s echo trails hold steady and clearly depict an accurate echo trail thanks to the SCX20/21’s amazing accuracy. Company A’s satellite compass fails to uphold a steady heading, making echo trails virtually unintelligible. Company B’s heading accuracy fluctuates by +/- 3˚ with a slower update, causing an echo trail that has a wide zig-zag pattern. Company C’s heading accuracy fluctuates by +/- 5˚ with a faster update, causing an echo trail that is indistinguishable and confusing.