NAVICO

PUMP-1 Hydraulic Pump for Outboard Steering

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Item no.
29255
EAN
6283092386120
Model no.
000-11770-002
Description
NAVICO PUMP-1 hydraulic pump for outboard steering
Operating voltage
12 V

Product details

0.8 litre reversible hydraulic pump compatible with SeaStar manual helm pumps up to 1.4 cubic/inch (22.9 cm3) and balanced hydraulic cylinders from 100 cm3 to 180 cm3. Delivery includes 3x ORB-5 to 9/16 UNF fittings. The pump is compatible with Navico SteadySteer.

Delivery incl. 3x ORB-5 to 9/16 UNF fittings.

Technical specifications:
Operating voltage Via a NAC-1 course computer (12V DC)
Max. Current consumption: 11.5 amps at 52 bar / 750 psi
Typical current consumption: 5.5 amps at 10 bar / 150 psi
Suitable for boats up to: 10 metres
Hydraulic volume: 0.8 litres
Operating temperature range: -15° C to +75° C
Dimensions: 155mm (L) x 100mm (W) x 85mm (H)
Weight: 2.2 kg
Max. Operating pressure: 55 bar / 800 psi
Suitable for cylinders with a volume of: 100cm3 to 180cm3

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