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Old 27-06-2007, 14:44   #1
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ST7000 Autopilot - 12v or 24v??

I'm away from the boat and can't check my unit at the moment... I got a spare course computer (brain) for the ST7000 and it says "Type 300 24Volt" on the case.

Did these units come in both 12 and 24 volt models? I have no 24v circuits aboard (at least that I know of )

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Did these units come in both 12 and 24 volt models? I have no 24v circuits aboard (at least that I know of )
I know for a fact my ST7000 is 12 volts.
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Thanks Paul....
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I would check the Raymarine web site technical info.

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Yes, these units were available in both 12 & 24 VDC.

According to the:
ST7000 Autopilot Control Unit (Installation)
http://www.raymarine.com/raymarine/S...n_handbook.pdf

The standard Type 1 unit was 12VDC, whilst the optional Type 2 Unit was 24VDC.

The Type 300 is also available in 12 or 24VDC
ttp://www.raymarine.com/raymarine/SubmittedFiles/Handbooks/Autopilots/T100_300CC.pdf

See also:

ST7000 Autopilot Control Unit (Operation)
http://www.raymarine.com/raymarine/S...n_handbook.pdf

ST7000+ Autopilot Control Unit
http://www.raymarine.com/raymarine/S...ST7000plus.pdf

Retired Autopilot Manuals
Retired Autopilot <br>Manuals - Raymarine
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Thanks Gord - when I searched the Raymarine website I got nada....
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