... relative speed through the water as well as two-axis true speed over the ground. In combination with an external rate of turn gyro full docking log functionality is achieved. Benefits: - ...
... combines the speed log features with echo sounding, measuring longitudinal relative speed through water as well as two-axis true speed over ground. Benefits: - Combined ...
Features ▶ Offers transverse speed at bow and stern position, as well as longitudinal speed ▶ Provides transverse speed at any position of the ship utilizing the built-in ...
... SDME compliant with the IMO MSC.96 (72) standard, required on all internationally voyaging ships exceeding 300 GT. Boasting never-before-seen accuracy for speed measurement, the JLN-740 is also installed ...
The JLN-720 satellite log provides accurate ship speed and distance right with your fingertip operation. Regardless of weather conditions, the system is capable of providing accurate ...
Features The JLN-205Mk2 is a stable and highly accurate measurement tool to ensure stable speed data utilizing high frequencies ultrasonic waves. Dual color LED backlight The JRC MID incorporates many display modes ...
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A ships speed log is an electronic instrument which measures a vessel's surface velocity.
Such devices are indispensable aboard ships, despite the presence of a GPS, which furnishes course and speed over ground. Comparing the two speed readings makes it possible to calculate the currents encountered by the ship.
A Doppler-effect sensor is mounted through the hull in a location carefully chosen to limit hydrodynamic disturbance. It detects pulses and sends them to a central unit which calculates the ship's fore-and-aft velocity. Dual-axis models also can indicate lateral speed.
The data appears as a digital readout, a graphic LCD display or on a computer screen. Logs are usually capable of indicating the distance covered in nautical miles, sometimes with a daily total.
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Dual-axis logs indicate the lateral speed, very useful data when maneuvering in port, navigating through a channel or in a river.