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Garmin Reactor 40 Hydraulic Autopilot System

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          Description

          Designed for powerboats, this Reactor 40 hydraulic autopilot gives you the extra hand you need, so you can explore paradise worry-free.

          Features:

          • This corepack is an ideal autopilot solution for all types of hydraulically steered powerboats inboards, outboards, stern drives and diesels or hydraulically steered sailboats1. It requires a compatible Garmin chartplotter or GHC 50 autopilot instrument
          • With its advanced solid-state 9-axis AHRS, you can mount Reactor 40 nearly anywhere, in any orientation. It even reduces power consumption, minimizes heading error and more
          • Hold your course on the sea this autopilot reacts to conditions, so you can remain confident even when you're pitching or rolling
          • All autopilots require commissioning and calibration. Reactor 40 makes it quick and easy
          • Control your autopilot from anywhere on your boat by using your compatible Garmin devices, including the Reactor autopilot remote, select quatix marine smartwatches and more (requires a compatible Garmin chartplotter or GHC 50 autopilot instrument)
          • Gain more freedom when maneuvering your boat. This corepack allows for optional Shadow Drive technology to automatically disengage the autopilot when you turn the wheel
          • Combine the Reactor 40 hydraulic autopilot with the GHC 50 autopilot instrument to add a dedicated touchscreen autopilot display to your helm. Plus, GHC 50 allows you to share data and settings with Garmin MFDs and other installed Garmin devices
          • When connected to your compatible Garmin chartplotter, all Reactor 40 corepacks offer powerboat and sailing features, including heading hold and step turns plus wind hold and tack/jibe when paired with a wind sensor (sold separately). You can even gain additional benefits such as the follow route and Auto Guidance+ features2

          Optional GHC 50 Features:

          • Bright 5" anti-glare WVGA touchscreen
          • Edge-to-edge glass display aligns perfectly with your high-end GPSMAP chartplotters, creating a stunning look for your helm
          • Controled by wired or wireless remote for a navigation experience that works best for you
          • If you have multiple compatible Garmin devices on your boat, you can share information among them for a more integrated marine system
          • Works with all GHP Reactor autopilots, select Quatix multisport marine smartwatches, the Garmin autopilot remote and GRID 20 remote

          Included:

          • Reactor 40 CCU (Course Computer Unit)
          • GHC 50 helm control display (optional)
          • ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
          • ECU power cable
          • Interconnect cable
          • Shadow Drive
          • Buzzer
          • NMEA 2000 drop cables (2 m)
          • NMEA 2000 power cable
          • NMEA 2000 T-connectors
          • Male and female terminators
          • Documentation

          Installation Instructions (1.95 MB)

          Configuration Guide

          WARNING

          This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

          For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

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