1866550

Minn Kota i-Pilot System Remote Access w/Bluetooth

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

NOTHING COMES REMOTELY CLOSE.
The same i-Pilot that lets you lock onto a fishing spot, record and retrace paths, and command speed and steering just got better. Redesigned with a larger LCD screen, more options, and better controls, we've dialed in the technology that lets you dial in your boat position.

Redesigned Remote
We gave it a 33% larger LCD screen that's fully viewable in sunlight, expanded menu navigation, and more intuitive controls - making the i-Pilot remote better than ever.
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 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
Select i-Pilot systems feature a new Heading Sensor, which recognizes changes in the boat's heading due to wind andcurrent, and communicates with the i-Pilot system to minimize boat swing for a more accurate, stronger hold.
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.

Additional Features:
  • iTrack Record/Playback: Store and retrace up to six 2-mile trolling paths to return to later
  • Advanced AutoPilot: Stay on a heading automatically
  • Cruise Control: Precisely dial in and adjust speed in 0.1 mile-per-hour increments
  • CoPilot: Control and monitor speed, steering, prop on/off and high speed bypass


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


*The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Johnson Outdoors, Inc. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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