Autopilot AP55

Price: 2100 Euro

The TMQ AP-55 autopilot is designed for medium sized boats and has seperate control and display
units. Compared to AP47 this gives the following extra capabilities:

  • Can handle several display units in different steering places on the boat.
  • Can use hand remote controls.
  • Can be used for electronic steering of the boat with FFU steering levers.
  • Can be controlled from PC with special software.

The head unit has a modern ergonomic design which features a large LCD display and a backlight to make
it highly visible. Multiple AP-55 control heads can be installed on your vessel which will show the
same information.

The AP-55 Autopilot can be integrated with navigational aids such as a GPS or GPS plotter to provide
waypoint steering.

Main Features

• Large easy to read backlit display
• Simple operation with push button
• Splash proof display
• Attractive styling compliments existing
vessel layout
• Off course alarm
• Option for remote display units

Display Modes

From the push pads on the control head any of a number of modes can be utilised:

Manual Mode: The autopilot display unit shows the current magnetic heading. The vessel is under manual steering control and does not apply automatic steering control.

Auto Mode: The autopilot will maintain your vessel on any desired magnetic course. This course can be set from the Display Unit.

GPS Mode: When receiving information from a GPS the autopilot can steer a vessel to a precise latitude and longitude, through any number of desired course changes.

Drive Units

We can supply a range of reversing pumps, continuous flow pumps with directional solenoid valves or linear drive unit for installation on boats.

Standard Components

AP-55 Display unit
Control Unit(MCU)
Standard rudder feedback unit with 14 meters of cable
Electronic compass with 5 meters of cable
Mounting hardware and brackets
Operation manual.

AP55 Autopilot System Specification

Voltage: 12-24 volts DC
Current: Average 0.5 amps,
Controls: 4 Push button
Display: Transflective LCD
Course Detection: Better than 1 degree
Sensitivity: 0 to 10 degrees
Rudder Ratio: 0.1:1.0 to 1.0:1.0
Rudder Limits: Front panel adjustable
Course Alarm: 45 degrees
Nav. Signal: NMEA 0183