Raymarine Type 2 Linear Drive 12v
Designed for boats with existing mechanical steering systems. The mechanical linear drive provides powerful thrust, fast hard over times and quiet operation.
Our most commonly used drive types for sailing vessels. Raymarine mechanical linear drives provide powerful thrust, fast hard-over times and quiet operation. Mounted below decks, the linear drive moves the rudder directly by pushing the tiller arm or a rudder quadrant.
A linear drive unit connects to the rudder stock via an independent tiller arm. Accessory fittings from your steering manufacturer may be required. Must be able to back-drive steering system from the rudder.
- Low backdrive force, to minimize the drive?s effect on the boat?s steering when the autopilot is in standby
- A powerful electric motor controlled by an electromagnetic fail-safe clutch, using a high tensile belt drive and epicyclic gearbox
- High performance for minimum current consumption
Helm speed Hardover to hardover time(+/- 35Âº, no load) 11 sec
Maximum rudder torque 10,500 lb.in (1,190)
Maximum stroke 12 in(300mm)
Maximum vessel displacement 33,000lb (15,000 kg)
Peak thrust 1,050 lb (480 kg)
Power Consumption 48-72 W (12 V) 66-96W (24 V) typical average