H5000 Series includes Grand Prix race proven Instruments and Autopilot systems. B&G H5000 system has been roughly tested on the most extreme environments, including Recovery, High-Wind and Gust scenarios. The H5000 Interface automatically recognises and logs inputs from all networked sensors and devices.
- 1. B&G H5000
- 2. Instrument CPU
- 3. Autopilot System
- 4. H5000 Pilot System
- 5. Best Sailing Instruments
- 6. H5000 Displays
- 7. Expand H5000 Capabilities
- 8. 3D Motion
- 9. Analog Expansion
- 10. Serial Expansion
- 11. Barometric Pressure
- 12. Audible Alarm
- 13. Contact Us
H5000 Series offers advanced, sailing-specific features powered by an ultra-fast CPU capable of controlling best-class displays, rendering web-based interfaces and governing a dedicated autopilot controller.
The system is powered by a smart Central Processing Unit (CPU) which runs three levels of software, Hydra, Hercules and Performance to match your sailing requirements
Top-level Sailing Features. The powerful tool allows full system configuration, calibration, backup and restore.
H5000 Pilot System
From all-history Volvo Ocean Race Winners to Alex Thompson, H5000 Pilot has been extensively used and tested in the most extreme environments by the most exigent individual sailors and teams.
H5000 constantly monitors Wind, Sea-state, Heading, Heel angle and other variables to immediately react to changes in conditions, always considering the hard balance between best performance and safety.
Best Sailing Instruments
Ship wakes and out of pattern waves can originate sudden course deviations that must be corrected to avoid or correct deviation from the target course.
When wind increases the boat bears away. Users can define hardlimits for the H5000 Pilot failsafe systems to match its performance in a safety way.
When wind changes fastly it can be really hard to achieve a stable course. It’s H5000 Pilot mission to take action derived from H5000 or WTP3 instrument data.
With unique sunlight and night viewable capabilities, H5000 screens include intuitive user interfaces packed with sailing features including SailSteer and StartLine.
Advance manufacturing includes glass bonded for zero condensation, enhanced contrast and unique visibility on sunlight and night. A monochrome, segmented Race display is also available for maximum clarity and concentration.
Powered by ultra-fast ARM processors and fully NMEA 2000® compatible.
H5000 Graphic Display
Highly intuitive 5-inch display with excellent visibility. Fully packed with sailing features like SailSteer, StartLine and WindPlot to count with them anywhere.
H5000 Race Display
Enjoy critical race data at a glance with the Race Display. Excellent sunlight visibility from broad angles and dimmed to near-zero when sailing at night.
HV Mast Displays
HVision Displays have lead the way towards clear vision in all conditions for the most extreme races. Fully configurable for the most crucial information.
H5000 Analogue Displays provide high-accuracy information for Apparent and True Wind, Heading, Rudder, Speed and Depth.
Expand H5000 Capabilities
B&G’s H5000 sailing system allows amateur and professional sailors to enhance computations by integrating data coming from nearly all kind of sensor sources.
Wind measurement is affected at the top of the mast by the pitch and roll of the yacht.
H5000 3D Motion sensor is simply the best solution to correct induced wind for accurate wind measurement.
Expand your H5000 system by integrating with analogue and pulse signals from B&G or 3rd party sensors.
You will be able to assign those inputs to known functions or as custom-defined inputs.
Expand your H5000 by interfacing with serial sensors.
Add useful sources to system computations like the B&G HGSC, GPS sensors, NMEA 183 devices or 3rd party sensors.
H5000 Barometric Pressure module allows you to get instantly informed about pressure level, allowing to anticipate weather changes.
H5000 Audible Alarm module allows you to get instantly informed about relevant issues and statuses monitored by the H5000 Central Processing Unit.