These 32-channel receivers can track multiple Global Navigation Satellite System satellites.
The 1200 charges all types of batteries, but enhances the performance of absorbed glass mat batteries, recovers deeply discharged batteries and extends battery life.
The unit features a 1‑by‑1.8‑inch LCD display for GPS lat/lon data, a microphone with six quick keys, an extra-large channel-16 key and a rotary knob for channel changing.
The shockproof, dustproof case is slim and weighs less than an ounce.
ICOM America has announced its MarineCommander navigation system
The free iPhone app that integrates GPS coordinates with current NOAA weather information
The unit is compatible with Lowrance HDS, Simrad NSS, NSE and NSO multifunction displays
Using any of Humminbird’s side-imaging-equipped displays that are Ethernet capable, anglers can see 150 feet in every direction
The low-light GCL 20 specializes in dawn, dusk and light-fog viewing.
Multiple touch means users control the touch-screen like a smartphone display, with two-finger gestures such as pinch to zoom.
The receiver and transceiver modules come with Rmax AIS technology for rapid processing and maximum range.
The M424 features 25 watts of power and 10-watt loudspeaker output, and is compatible with the new COMMANDMICIV (HM-195) remote control.
Raymarine’s CP450C Clear Pulse CHIRP sonar module operates in a wide range of sonar frequencies simultaneously
The Mobile Link unit connects to the receiver via USB and then wirelessly links with a mobile device
Raymarine has introduced e9 and e12 versions and a new c-Series of displays with keypad controls