The B&G Zeus212 Multifunction Display with Insight is perfect for the sailor who likes to spend more time on the water than at the chart table.
The Zeus² chartplotter is packed full of B&G's unique sailing specific features. Additional benefits include an easy to use, highly intuitive and responsive user interface, multi-touch widescreen with pinch to zoom technology - all backed up by B&G's signature rotary controller. From the ultra-fast processor, which offers seamless chart redraw and super sharp graphics, to the bonded glass, bright LED backlit screen, every inch of the Zeus² has been engineered to provide style and performance in the toughest of environments.
Zeus² integrates seamlessly with your network including Broadband Radar, AIS, CZone Digital Switching and much more.
SailSteer: A composite sailing screen, which combines key sailing data into one clear display. The SailSteer navigation screen shows Heading and COG, Current Layline, Calculated Tide, True Wind Angle indicator, Rudder Angle Indicator and Opposite Tack Layline to name but a few features. All data is shown relative to the boat - so it's quick and easy to relate to reality. It has a bright, 12-inch LED backlit super-widescreen display with multi-touch 'pinch-to-zoom' interaction, supplying dedicated sailing data at the tip of your finger backed up by B&G's signature rotary controller. Zeus² features an ultra-low profile design and is built to weather the elements, blending style with performance in the toughest environments.
GoFree: The most powerful multifunction display wireless solution available anywhere!! Control and view your Zeus² via your tablet - wherever you are. View data on a Smartphone and carry a chartplotter in your pocket. Requires GoFree WiFi-1 Wireless Gateway Module
Enhanced Sail Navigation includes:
SailTime calculations - no more reliance on ETAs and distances that are only useful for powerboats Enhanced Laylines - see your tacking angles on a chart, even without an active waypoint Enhanced Tides - internal tidal calculations and Navionics® Dynamic Tides and Currents data (requires Navionics cartography) ensure a clear overview of tides and currents.
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