Axiom Pro 12 RVX MFD w/RealVision 3D and 1kW CHIRP Sonar - LNC Vector Chart
With RealVision 3D and 1kW CHIRP Sonar and Raymarine HybridTouch control, Axiom Pro 9 is the new standard for “all-in-one” display. And with a blazing fast quad core processor, a super bright IPS display, and the smart LightHouse OS, Axiom Pro delivers a fluid and intuitive navigation experience.
Axiom Pro is engineered for captains that want it all. The new standard for “all in-one” multifunction devices. And with a blazing fast quad core processor, a super bright high-definition IPS display, and the smart LightHouse OS, Axiom Pro delivers a fluid and intuitive navigation experience. Axiom Pro is easy to expand into an advanced navigation network that includes multiple Raymarine Axiom displays, CHIRP radar, Evolution autopilot, FLIR thermal night vision technology, and more.
Quad core processor delivers instantaneous response and the ability to run multiple apps simultaneously without any slowdowns.
Bold & Bright
Optical bonding technology and IPS display panels give you stunning Color, clarity, and contrast in all lighting conditions. Axiom Pro looks great even through polarized sunglasses.
Control Axiom Pro from its multi-touch screen, its buttons and rotary knob, or any combination of both. This choice is yours.
Get instant access to your favorite function with user-programmable Custom Key.
Lighthouse 3 OS
Fast, fluid and easy to learn. The Lighthouse 3 interface is uncluttered and easy to personalize for your style of boating.
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