Furuno has introduced a black-box fish-finder module for its NavNet system.
A new class D DSC transceiver from Raymarine
The Swift Hitch allows you to back onto your trailer with no assistance and no constant back-and-forth checking.
The 178C comes with your choice of a 50/200 kHz or a straight 200 kHz transom-mount transducer; or order it without a transducer.
The A60 can operate as a split screen and can handle both chart-plotter and fish-finder interfaces at the same time.
Designed to complement tunable sounders, the R209 can hit any frequency in the transducer's range, which allows the operator to adjust beam width to depth as required.
The unit offers integrated short-circuit protection and overheat/overload shutdown safety features.
The Direct Connect cable, a product-specific (six-pin) cable for Furuno NavNet vx2 and Raymarine C- and E-Series displays (using a five-pin cable...
The handheld SP delivers information almost instantly - readings appear in a half-second and continue to update four times per second until you release the trigger button.
Raymarine introduced its new AIS250 Receiver Module to increase an operator's ability to avoid collision...
The R209 allows you to change the beam width and power to suit the conditions for the day's fishing...
The EP-50, available in manual- and automatic-deployment models, is designed to rapidly alert rescue authorities of a vessel in distress.
The result represents the first marine-engine statistics and diagnostic solution to incorporate chart-plotting functionality.