Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays

Raymarine c-Series Multifunction Displays
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c125 Multifunction Display - Lighthouse Navigation Charts - NOAA Vector

The c-Series c125 12.1" multifunction display (MFD) is designed to deliver no-compromise performance, incredible networking capability, and a superior user experience. Ideal for sail and power boats of all types. The c125 has a bright, sunlight viewable LCD screen and LED backlighting for maximum power savings.

The c125 MFD includes a standard built-in high sensitivity GPS receiver and also has dual chart reader slots for Navionics charts on microSD cards.

The c125 is a networking powerhouse with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Wireless Networking. Use the c125's Wi-Fi to stream its video display to your Apple iPhone or iPad. Synchronize waypoints and routes wirelessly to the Navionics Lakes and Marine app. Control your c125 display right from the helm with the optional RCU-3 Bluetooth Remote Control (sold separately.) The c125 can also control your smart phone or MP3 player's music playback using Bluetooth control right from the MFD.

The c125 also offer robust wired networking including SeaTalkhs, SeaTalkng, NMEA2000, NMEA 0183 and one composite video input. Network up to 6 displays together and match them with your choice of Raymarine HD Color radar scanners, thermal imaging cameras, SIRIUS weather receivers, AIS transceivers, marine cameras and more.

The Raymarine c125 includes a rubberized protective sun cover, flush mounting kit, power/data/video cable, installation guide and a multi-language handbook on CD-ROM.

Key Features:
  • 12.1" sunlight viewable LCD displays with LED backlighting
  • Built-in high-sensitivity GPS receiver
  • Wi-Fi video streaming and waypoint synchronization with iPhone and iPad mobile devices
  • Bluetooth connectivity for optional RCU-3 remote control and multimedia control
  • 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
  • Composite video input for marine camera, thermal imager or entertainment source
  • Expandable networking up to 6 displays using SeaTalkngnetworking
  • Mix and match any combination of c-Series or e-Series displays
  • Works with Raymarine digital radar scanners, digital sounder modules, thermal night vision systems, SIRIUS weather receivers, AIS receivers, instruments, autopilots and more
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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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