Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays

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a77 Wi-Fi 7" MFD Touchscreen with ClearPulse™ Digital Sonar - Lighthouse Navigation Charts - NOAA Vector

Raymarine's a77 Wi-Fi Multifunction Touch Display combines a powerful GPS-Chartplotter with a ClearPulse™ Digital Sonar system perfect for freshwater or coastal anglers. The a77 Wi-Fi also features standard wireless networking so you can see and control your a77 from your Smartphone and Tablet using Raymarine mobile apps.

The a77 Wi-Fi can be expanded to include radar, CHIRP DownVision™, AIS, thermal imaging and much, much more.

The a77 Wi-Fi features a 7.0" widescreen, LED backlit LCD display that is optically bonded to its touchscreen for superior visibility day and night. The a77 Wi-Fi is compatible with Raymarine's RayNet (SeaTalkhs) networking, as well as SeaTalkng and NMEA2000.

  • Swipe, touch and navigate - the a77 Wi-Fi is powered by Raymarine's intuitive LightHouse™ User Interface
  • Super-fast, dual-core processor plus a dedicated graphics processor
  • Built-in Wi-Fi wireless networking
  • Control your a77 from popular Smartphones or Tablets
  • Powerful ClearPulse™ Digital Sonar with 50/200kHz frequency and 600 watts of power for crystal-clear iamges to depth of 3,000 feet
  • Super-bright 7" , optically bonded touchscreen with LED backlighting
  • Built-in 50-channel
  • Compatible with Navionics Silver, Gold, Platinum or HotMaps Charts on microSD
  • RayNet (Ethernet) port for radar, weather and networking with Raymarine MFDs
  • FUSION Audio integration - Full of control for FUSION 700 series marine stereos
  • SiriusXM weather and satellite radio compatible using optional SR150 receiver
  • NMEA2000 compatible SeaTalkng port for engine, instruments and Raymarine autopilot integration
  • Monitor your fuel consumption with on screen fuel range overlays and fuel manager
  • Video-over-IP support for networked cameras with video playback and record
  • Built-in Bluetooth wireless connection for optional media playback or remote control
  • Optional transom-mount, in-hull and thru-hull transducers available (sold separately)
  • Bracket and console mounting hardware included
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Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays E70167-LNC a77 multifunction display with Wi-Fi, ClearPulse digital sonar and lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 7"
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