Navico GoFree WIFI-1 Wireless Module

Navico GoFree WIFI-1 Wireless Module


The Navico GoFree WIFI-1 Wireless Module is a marine grade wireless gateway which allows owners of compatible Simrad Multifunction Display units to view data when utilized in conjunction with a wireless device.


  • Rugged, Waterproof Device
  • Optimized For Use With Compatible Simrad Multifunction Displays
  • Noise Filters Counter Disruption From VHF And Make Sure That You Always Get A Clear Signal
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This low profile WiFi gateway may be small, but it packs a punch well above its weight, allowing multiple tablets or smartphones to be used to view Simrad network data. The WIFI-1 connects to Simrad Multifunction Displays via Ethernet and supports wireless connectivity using 802.11 b+g wireless protocols.

A number of Simrad Multifunction Display units can be used with just one WIFI-1 module, meaning that an entire system can be online with just the addition of one handy wireless gateway.

*In order to work in conjunction with the WIFI-1 module, your Simrad NSS Multifunction Display must be upgraded to software version RTM 2.5, which will be available for download from the Simrad Yachting website from November 2012.

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  • Low Power - just 200mA
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