Autopilot Steering - Coursemaster
You know the name because Coursemaster autopilots have been manufactured in Australia for more than 40 years. They are distributed around the world, including NZ and have proven to be incredibly accurate and reliable. One of the great things about Coursemaster is that they build models for a wide range of craft.
The range starts with the CM80i. This pilot is so easy to install because it doesn’t use a rudder reference unit! It also has a gauge-style display. Steering accuracy and performance are maintained by the rate gyro compass. The pilot has some very clever intelligence designed into the system to handle sea state and boat speed calculations.
The CM82i suits boats to 10m and also runs without a rudder reference unit. It has a more traditional and larger display. The 80i / 82i are both available in versions to suits power steering / Verado outboard installations.
The 95AC looks the same as the CM82i but suits boats to 40m and is a traditional design with rudder reference. It is a simple unit to set up and use.
At the top of the recreational range is the CM950AC-HD. We doubt there is an easier autopilot to operate. The big rugged course knob is easily used even when wearing gloves. The key features, including pilot, standby and navigate controls, have clearly marked and separate buttons.
Tenob can assist with any technical enquiries, from selection to installation.
For more information go to www.coursemaster.com