Simrad Simrad

TP 32Simrad autopilot

Be the first to review this product

Tiller pilot for sailboats up to 12m and 6.3 T of displacement - 12Vdc power supply (10.8 to 16 Vdc) - Maximum thrust: 85 Kg - NMEA0183 and SimNet interface.




2 years warranty

Made in FR


Order tracking

Due to current events, won't be available on the phone
For all technical requests on a product or about your order, you can contact us here.

Payment Methods

3D Secure
Credit Card
Wire transfer

Shipping & Services

Cheapest shipping fees
14 days to change your mind


Tiller pilot for sailboats up to 12m and 6.3 T of displacement. Power supply 12Vdc (10.8 to 16Vdc), standby consumption: 0.06A, Auto mode consumption: 0.5A. Maximum thrust: 85 Kg. NMEA0183 and SimNet interface.
Integrated compass, audible and visual alarm, automatic tacking, adjustable gain, cylinder stroke: 250mm, cylinder exit time: 4s.

Power and speed
During the release edges in the breeze, the power and speed of the helmsman's reaction are essential. Thanks to their high-performance cylinders, SIMRAD pilots convert almost all the energy consumed into thrust and helm speed.

Quiet and fuel-efficient, all Simrad cockpit pilots use a five-key control keypad for easy operation. The Tack button triggers a 100° tack change.

Pacing Conservative mode
The TP32 autopilot can be transformed into a true speed conservative capable of following the variations of the apparent wind. This is done using wind data received via SimNet interfaces (one wind vane sensor is sufficient) or NMEA0183 using the following sentences: VWR, MWV.

GPS guidance
Nav mode allows you to control the TP32 autopilot via a NMEA0183 (or SimNet) compatible GPS receiver using the following sentences: APA, APB, RMA, RMB, RMC, BWR, BWC, VHS, XTE
Simply activate navigation on the GPS and press the pilot's Nav button to follow a route, compensating for any drift due to wind or current.

SimNet increases the possibilities tenfold
By allowing an ultra-fast dialogue between all Simrad instruments, the SimNet bus increases the possibilities of the entire installation tenfold. By connecting a remote compass sensor to the TP you will further improve its heading-holding performance. This assembly is also a good solution for steel hulls.
Remote control
The HR22 wired remote control allows you to control it from any location.


Max. length of the boat : 12 m
Max. displacement : 6.3 T
Max. thrust : 85 Kg
Standard consumption : 60 mA
Standby consumption : 50 mA
Power supply : 10.8 - 16 V
NMEA input : Yes
Observations : N/C

Customer Reviews

Current Promotions