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PT900 Autopilot

PT900 Series Next-Generation Autopilot.
HCS  (Heading Control System) is fitted to all vessels of gross tonnage in excess of 10,000 tons, as well as to many vessels of lower tonnages, and is currently an indispensible necessity for navigation in terms of reducing crew workloads.
PT900 Autopilot

Flexible system configuration

Each unit which is functionally separated is equipped with

CAN-BAS network. Thus, the system can be easily scalable and adaptable to

various specifications.

High reliability

CAN-BUS network allows for detection of errors on each unit and cable disconnection between units.

Full screen mode

Can be used as Mini conning display by enlarging necessary data.


Various display (for PreooA)


Ship's heading and actual rudder can be displayed for 60 mins. Autopilot controllability can be checked easily.


Alert display and logging function


By displaying the alerts in a list, the status of alerts can be checked. Past alerts can be checked on Alert Log screen (UP to 1000 factors can be recorded)


System data at the time of alert

System data at the time of alert can be checked by touching the alert on Alert Log screen. By touching "Prev Page" or "Nex Page," the data can be checked per second up to previous 90 days back.



Batch Noise Adaptive Autopilot Controller (BNAAC)

BNAAC is an energy saving Autopilot which adopts modern control theory. The optimal rudder angle can be updated automatically by the disturbance around the ship on straight leg. BNAAC has achieved course keeping equal to conventional model AutoPilot (PT500A) by an amount of the steer which is 60% less. There was a difference with the improvement rate of ship's speed and fuel consumption compared with PT500A.


Course control (E-Gourse Pilot)


Fuel saving effect is improved by incorporating control over the ground which reduces loss of track. Course control is available by changing the steering mode to "CRS" on the screen of APCDU.