Ben Marine Anthea

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Recommended For:

  • Large Commercial Vessels
  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Ben Marine Anthea

Recommended For:

  • Large Commercial Vessels
  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Ben Marine Anthea

Electromagnetic Speed Log in either a simple or dual axis configuration. The Anthea Electromagnetic Speed Log is composed of one IP65 metal case, one 48mm sensor that can be dismantled when ship is afloat, and one weldable or screw-on-type hullfitting with valve.

The Anthea has a 2 line LCD display in an IP65 rated metal case, which displays Speed on a circular bargraph. Also shown is the covered distance including reset and Scale, Test, Alarm LED display. There is also an Electromechanical mile adding counter, no rest, 2 Alarm sets and Error message display.

The Anthea Electromagnetic speed log has automatic gain control and damping control via strap. The unit also has 3 points linearization, brightness control and permanent self-test.

The Anthea standard version also comes complete with a 48mm sensor that can be dismantled when ship is afloat, including a 16m cable and a weldable or screw-on-type hullfitting with valve.

The ANTHEA E/M log is suitable with the following Ben sensors:

  • 48.1.RVB.16 sensor with weldable or screw-on type hullfitting with valve
  • 48.1.RVB watertight sensor with weldable or screw-on-type hullfitting with valve
  • 48.1.RB.16 sensor with weldable or screw-on-type hullfitting without valve
  • 48.1.RA (alu) sensor with aluminium weldable hullfitting without valve
  • Lens sensor for double hull ships.

The Anthea is also compatible with all navigation peripherals.