XDi Series Indicators

XDi Series Indicators
Indicators of the Deif XDi series are equipped with all the advantages of modern digital instruments: have a movable mechanical system, individual design scales, high accuracy. These indicators are compact, reliable, high-performance and easy to install.

The indicators of the XDi series have high quality of display and adjustable illumination of the scale. The library of scales is stored in the memory of each XDi, so any scale can be selected and configured when the device is installed. XDi devices are available in three dimensions:
  • XDi single (indication of one parameter, switch and digital indication, additional inputs)
  • XDi double (indication of two parameters, switch and digital indication, additional inputs)
  • XDi Multi (indication of three or more parameters, arrow and digital indication, additional inputs).

  • Accuracy of the device:
  • Analog scale: <+/- 0.5% of full scale, scale length> 200pixels
  • Digital display: <+/- 1 from a smaller digit (using a circle when measuring)
  • Interface: 1st CAN interface with primary connection
  • 2nd CAN interface with secondary connection
  • CAN protocol:
  • XDi network is based on CANopen
  • 1) single CANopen / XDi network
  • 2) two independent CANopen / XDi network
  • 3) CANopen / XDi network reservation
  • Power supply: 24 V (18.0 ... 31.2 VDC)
  • Power Consumption XDi: 96 <3WXDi 144 <4WXDi 192 <6W
  • Connection:
  • Standard: Removable screw terminals: 0.2 ... 2.5 mm2
  • Optional: Detachable spring or screw terminals: 0.2 ... 2.5 mm2
  • Terminal resistance (CAN): built-in terminal impedance (120 ohms). Default: off.
  • Galvanic isolation: 500 V between Aux1 / Aux2, CAN1 and CAN2
  • RMRS
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New standards for ECDIS Amendment 1. New standards for ECDIS Amendment 1. In accordance with the mandatory provision of safety of navigation in the maritime industry, constantly being updated ECDIS products, which is associated with changes in the standards of the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO).