Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays

Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays


The Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays are designed to deliver no-compromise performance, incredible networking capability, and a superior user experience.


  • Wi-Fi video streaming and waypoint synchronization with iPhone and iPad mobile devices
  • LightHouse user interface is extremely intuitive and places commonly used features and functions where they are easily accessed
  • Dual core main processor and dedicated graphics co-processor for amazing speed and performance
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The Raymarine Multifunction Displays are designed to deliver no-compromise performance, incredible networking capabilities, and superior user experience. Ideal for sail and power boats of all types, these displays have an ultra-bright, sunlight readable LCD screeen and LED backlighting for maximum power savings during extended trips. HybridTouch user interface with LightHouse offers fast and easy control using touchscreen or keypad/unicontroller. e-Series MFDs all feature Raymarine's HybridTouch user interface offering full touch screen or button-based control.


Wi-Fi and Bluetooth networks enable streaming of the video display to Apple iPhone and iPad devices. These wireless connectivity options can also let the pilot synchronize waypoints and routes to the Navionics Lakes and Marine app. The displays can be controlled by connecting to a smartphone or MP3 player via Bluetooth, or by a Bluetooth remote control sold seperately. 


e-series and c-series displays also offer robust wired networking to SeaTalk, NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183, and one composite video input that expands video capabilities. Up to 6 displays can network together and match up with Raymarine HD Color radar scanners, sounder modules, thermal imaging cameras, SIRIUS weather receivers, AIS transceivers, marine cameras and more.


High-definition digital sounders are available with 97 and 127 units. The sounder is capable of imaging fish and bottom structures at depths to 3,000 feet. 97 and 127 versions also include a standard built-in high sensitivity GPS receiver and dual chart reader slots for Navionics charts on microSD cards.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays E70011-LNC c95 multifunction display with lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 9"
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Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays E70012-LNC c97 multifunction display with sonar and lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 9"
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Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays E70013-LNC c125 multifunction display with lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 12.1"
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Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays E70014-LNC c127 multifunction display with sonar and lighthouse navigation charts (NOAA vector), 12.1"
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