Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays

Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays
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a95 Multifunction Touch Display

The a95 Multifunction Touch Display features a super-bright 9-inch sunlight viewable LCD screen with multitouch pinch-to-zoom control. Running Raymarine's LightHouse II user interface, it is a full featured GPS and chartplotter that is compatible with both Navionics charts as well as LightHouse Raster and Vector charts of the USA.

Expand the a95's capabilities by connecting it to other Raymarine MFDs and accessories. The a95 features dual RayNet network ports for connecting to other displays, radar, sonar, thermal cameras, SiriusXM Marine Weather receivers and much more. The a95 is also SeaTalkng and NMEA2000 compatible for connecting to engines, instruments, Evolution autopilots and other network devices.

Powerful, go-anywhere navigation; aSeries displays deliver the speed and simplicity of LightHouse II in a fast and fluid touchscreen experience. With bigger and brighter displays and extensive networking options, the all new a9 and a12 models will put you in control of charts, sonar, radar and more.
Every aSeries display runs Raymarine's LightHouse II user interface. LightHouse II is simple to learn and customize and makes everything easier. aSeries is engineered for the future with regular free updates containing new features and enhancements.

Fast and Responsive Chart Plotting
The a9 and a12 feature Raymarine's most advanced chartplotter engine with multitouch pinch-to-zoom. Every a9 and a12 also features:
  • A built-in, 50-channel, 10 Hz GPS for fast and smooth vessel tracking
  • GPS and Russian EGNOS support for faster acquisition and improved accuracy
  • WAAS and EGNOS Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) support for satellite differential corrections
  • Optional external GA150 antenna for challenging below-deck applications
  • Dual-slot MicroSD card reader with support for both Raymarine LightHouse and Navionics charts
  • Free raster and vector USA charts (available for free download on Raymarine.com)
  • Multitouch pinch-to-zoom
  • Every Raymarine LightHouse II Multifunction display is compatible with Navionics+, Silver, Gold, Platinum+, HotMaps and HotMaps+ charts

Mobile Integration: Wireless is Built Right In
Every a9 and a12 display comes with standard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless networking built-in. No external modules are accessory boxes are required. Pair you're a-Series with Raymarine's free apps for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets and enjoy the convenience of Raymarine Everywhere™.
  • Access aSeries anywhere onboard with Raymarine apps. No extra modules required
  • Play and control MP3 audio on your smartphone remotely using Bluetooth
  • Sync with the Navionics Boating app to exchange navigation data and even update charts!
  • Navionics Plotter Sync bridges waypoints and routes between your aSeries and your smartphone or tablet

Your Sixth Sense at Sea: Video and Thermal Night Vision Integration
The a9 and a12 models both feature a standard composite video input port suitable for a marine camera or Raymarine Thermal Night Vision camera system using genuine FLIR infrared technology. Extend your boating day and navigate with confidence when you pair aSeries with any Raymarine T-Series camera.
  • Thermal night vision meets touchscreen with aSeries and Raymarine thermal cameras
  • Experience genuine FLIR thermal camera technology
  • Choose fixed mount or pan/tilt/zoom thermal camera models
  • Slew-to-Cue camera integration with AIS and Radar target

Raymarine aSeries also supports Video over IP, making it the perfect place to keep a watch of onboard safety and security. Connect multiple IP video cameras and use aSeries to view, record, playback and take video snapshots. Video camera are also great for monitoring remote spaces like engine rooms, or monitoring hard-to-see areas like side decks and cockpits.

Expand your aSeries Network with Radar and More!
Raymarine's a-Series are full-fledged network multifunction displays and work with our full line of Digital, HD Color and Super HD Color radar scanners. They also integrate seamlessly with other accessories like AIS, SiriusXM Marine Weather receivers, instruments, Evolution Autopilots, and much more. You can even customize your onboard navigation system by mixing and matching any combination of a-Series, c-Series, e-Series or gS-Series multifunction displays.

What's in the Box?
Every new a9 and a12 model includes these items in the box:
  • Power/data/video cable (1.5 meters)
  • Flexible Suncover
  • Front trim bezel kit
  • Trunnion bracket kit
  • Flush mount kit
  • SeaTalkng to Device Net Adapter (for connection to NMEA2000 networks)
  • SeaTalkng Spur Cable (1-meter)
  • RayNet to RayNet Interface Cable (2-meters)
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Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays E70232-LNC a95 multifunction display with Wi-Fi, Bluetooh and lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 9"
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