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Minn Kota i-Pilot Link System Remote Access w/Bluetooth

Minn Kota i-Pilot Link System Remote Access w/Bluetooth
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i-Pilot Link System Remote Access w/Bluetooth

NOW WE'RE REALLY TALKING.
Redesigned with new features, a new remote, and Bluetooth connectivity, the new i-Pilot Link system communicates better than ever before to give you even more control of your trolling motor from your Humminbird or i-Pilot Link remote.
Redesigned Remote
A more compact remote with a bigger, full-color touchscreen featuring a fully-customizable menu. A keypad with commonly used navigation functions gives you the best of both worlds.
Bluetooth Communication:
The new i-Pilot system connects via Bluetooth, allowing for easy software updates to add new features to your system via your smartphone.
i-Pilot Link Phone App
Bluetooth communication allows new i-Pilot to pair with your smartphone, allowing for easy software updates and quick command of speed, steering, Spot-Lock, high speed bypass, and Advanced AutoPilot
Heading Sensor
A Heading Sensor recognizes changes in the boat's heading due to wind and current, and communicates with the i-Pilot Link system to minimize boat swing.
Reinvented Spot-Lock
Enhanced with new hardware and software algorithms, Spot-Lock works holds you tighter to your fishing spot than ever before, making it the most accurate electronic GPS anchor ever.
Spot-Lock Jog
Move your Spot-Lock five feet forward, backward, left or right - just by pushing a button.
Circle Mode
Cast to a spot while orbiting in a circle around it with Circle Mode. Just choose the spot and how far from it you want to be, and your boat will circle the spot while you drop the hammer.
Humminbird Virtual Remote
Control speed, steering, Spot-Lock, and Advanced AutoPilot, directly from a new virtual remote on the Humminbird screen.

Additional Features:
  • Cruise Control
  • CoPilot
  • iTrack Record/Playback
  • BackTrack
  • Advanced AutoPilot
  • Follow the Contour
  • Contour Offset
  • GoTo


Compatibility:
i-Pilot Link is available pre-installed on:
  • Ultrex™
  • Ulterra™ / Riptide® Ulterra™
  • Terrova® / Riptide® Terrova®


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