All new units are capable of supporting marine maps.
The Cobra handset pairs up with a Bluetooth-capable mobile phone in the same way that phone would connect with a headset.
The user-activated unit is tiny enough to fit into a pocket or tackle box.
Twelve bright LEDs, each with its own reflector, help ensure maximum light penetration and last up to 50,000 hours.
The 36-inch, 3 dB antenna features a low-profile design that allows higher mounting for better range.
All come with 6 watts of transmitting power, and all are submersible to 3 feet for 30 minutes.
In complete darkness, boaters using the high-resolution camera can see details of buoys, boats and breakwaters and clearly pick out a man overboard.
Compatible with Simrad GB40, NX40 and NX45 units, Northstar 8000i, M84 and M121 units, and Lowrance HDS displays, the BR24 provides a range of 24 nautical miles
The units include an internal GPS sensor and come pre-loaded with Navionics coastal U.S. charts.
The 9555 offers new features such as an internally stowed antenna as well as a brighter screen, speaker phone, improved Short Messaging Service and e-mail capability.
TriColors draw less than 1 amp at 12 volts and 1/2 of an amp at 24 volts
The digital technology literally creates hands-free operation: The unit adapts and automatically adjusts sonar parameters as sea conditions change.
Shakespeare provides a PL-259 connector and 15 feet of RG-58 cable for easy installation.
The HX850S includes a built-in 12-channel GPS receiver, allowing you to transmit a DSC call with your coordinates.
All units feature a new easy-to-use operating system