Navico Releases Precision-9 Compass

The compass is designed to work with Simrad, Lowrance and B&G systems.

April 14, 2016
Precision-9 Compass, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, Navico


The Precision-9 provides accurate and reliable solid-state sensor technology. Courtesy Lowrance

Navico has released the Precision-9 Compass for use with autopilot, radar and navigational systems from Simrad, Lowrance and B&G.

The Precision-9 Compass combines a solid-state sensor array that measures motion on nine axes. That data is combined to calculate heading and rate-of-turn information.

Navico says accuracy is plus-or-minus 2 degrees, with a pitch and roll angle of plus-or-minus 45 degrees.


The unit is 4.69 inches wide and 1.42 inches tall, with a single cable for NMEA 2000 connectivity. A mounting bracket can be used at the helm or up-mast on yachts with steel hulls to avoid magnetic interference.

Retail price: $645 apiece for the Simrad, Lowrance and B&G versions of the Precision-9 Compass.


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