Garmin MSC 10 Marine Satellite Compass
Know Exactly Where You're Headed
The multi-band GNSS (L1 and L5 GPS) and multi-constellation (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou) receiver delivers precise positioning. Get reliable, accurate boat heave, pitch and roll information -- even in rough waters. With a fully integrated attitude and heading reference system for better GPS heading at all speeds, including pitching in rough seas, taking sharp turns or standing still.
Multiple receivers deliver heading accuracy within 2 degrees. Because it uses satellite signals, you don't have to worry about magnetic interference. You can use MSC 10 as the primary sensor for autopilots and other onboard systems that need accurate heading information. Get heading, pitch, roll and heave information delivered straight to your compatible Garmin chartplotter via the NMEA 2000 network.
This compact device is simple to install and easily integrates into your Garmin marine ecosystem. Get better, more detailed tracking information, thanks to the 10 Hz position update rate. In the extremely rare case that you lose satellite signal, MSC 10 will seamlessly transition from GPS-based to magnetometer-based heading.
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 6.1" x 13.1" x 3.0" (155.5 x 333.6 x 76.2 mm)
- Weight: 28.6 oz (810 g)
- Power source input: 9-16 Vdc, unregulated
- Position accuracy, typical marine use: < 1 meter CEP, < 3 meters, 95%
- Heading accuracy: 2 degrees RMS
- Heave accuracy: 8 cm RMS
In the box:
- MSC-10 Marine Satellite Compass
- Pole mount
- Mounting hardware
- NMEA 2000® backbone/drop cable (6 meters)
- NMEA 2000 T-connector