Simrad HS70 Non-IMO GPS Compass
The HS70 GPS compass is a smart antenna that provides boaters with highly
accurate heading and positioning data. As an alternative to a traditional
separate compass and GPS antenna, this combined sensor is maintenance free and
incorporates many additional features.
- Heading Sensor
- Rate of Turn Sensor
- Integrated Gyro and Tilt Sensors
- Compact Design
- SBAS Compatible
- Fully Waterproof
- NMEA2000ź Connectivity
- Simrad Yachting Construction
What are people saying?
Provides heading data, just like a traditional compass.
No requirement for a separate GPS antenna - this one delivers an
extremely fast fix and excellent in-band and out-of-band interference
Rate of Turn Sensor
This smart sensor calculates turn rates for precision heading and
positioning whilst underway.
Integrated Gyro and Tilt Sensors
Deliver fast start-up times and provide heading updates during temporary
loss of GPS. COAS technology maintains differentially-corrected positioning
for 40 minutes after loss of differential signal.
Measuring just 40cm, the HS70 is easily flush or pole mounted.
WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS etc.
Certified to IEC 60945 standard.
Connect to an NSS, NSE or NSO navigation system with ease.
Simrad Yachting Construction
Brutally strong and elegantly designed
1,5kg (3,3 lbs)
126992, 127250, 127251, 127257, 127258, 128259, 129025, 129026, 129027, 129028,
129029, 129033, 129539, 129540
NMEA 2000 Connectivity
1x CAN Micro-C port, 5 LEN
Power Consumption typical
Recommended Fuse Rating
Operating Temperature Range
-30 to +70C (-22 to +158F)
Power Consumption max
Storage Temperature Range
-40 to +85C (-40 to +185F)
Dimensions H x W x D
417 x 158 x 69 mm. (16,4 x 6,2 x 2,7")
6-36 VDC external or 12-16V via CAN
Fixed/Flush mount or Pole mount
IEC 60945, Exposed
NMEA 0183 Sentences supported
Output: GGA, HDG, HDT, HEV, ROT, VTG, ZDA
Via RS232 port for programming
HS70 User Manual (en-us)