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Raymarine Dragonfly Sonar/GPS Displays

Raymarine Dragonfly Sonar/GPS Displays

Description

The Raymarine Dragonfly Sonar/GPS Displays utilize the crips detail of the ClearPulse CHIRP sonar to reveal images of fish and the structures where they hide.

Features

  • Lighting fast chart redraws with dedicated graphics co-processor
  • Built-in high performance 50 channel GPS sensor with fast-acquisition technology
  • Innovative design combines large display area and small mounting footprint
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You can view the world beneath your boat with the photo-like clarity of Dragonfly's DownVision™ sonar. Unlike conventional imaging sonars that transmit a single frequency with each pulse, Dragonfly's DownVision sonar uses CHIRP technology to transmit across a wide spectrum of sonar frequencies with each pulse the result is much higher-resolution, life-like sonar images.

Dragonfly's dual channel CHIRP sonar lets you explore structure and target fish like never before. Dragonfly is built with two discrete CHIRP sonar channels. The first is the ultra high-resolution DownVision channel and the second is a high-resolution fish targeting sonar channel. View each sonar channel independently or switch to dual sonar split screen mode for the ultimate in underwater intelligence.

For maximum performance, Dragonfly is paired with Raymarine's exclusive CPT-60 dual element CHIRP transducer. Engineered to be a perfect acoustic match to Dragonfly's CHIRP sonar, the CPT-60 is equipped with a 1.4 ultra-wide fan-shaped beam for a wide view of DownVision images with the CPT-60 second element providing a conical shaped beam for imaging fish targets, ensuring you will never miss any of the action below your boat.

Whether you are a professional guide or weekend bass angler, you will appreciate Dragonfly's cutting edge sonar performance and simple operation. Simply dial through sonar and GPS displays and quickly become a Dragonfly expert.

With Raymarine's affordable, high-performance Dragonfly series of combination sonar/GPS, the power and crisp detail of ClearPulse® CHIRP sonar is now within the reach of the inland and coastal salt water angler. Using Raymarine's exclusive ClearPulse® technology and a true 2-channel transducer, users see dramatically revealing images of fish and the structures where they hide -- in both DownVision and conventional sonar simultaneously.

Dragonfly's intuitive display interface and simple Unicontroller is easy to use right out of the box. Built-in 50-channel GPS also simplifies installation and its fast-acquisition position technology ensures added navigation confidence (with up to 3,000 waypoints, 150 routes and 15 tracks of up to 10,000 trackpoints).

The Raymarine Dragonfly combo sonar/GPS units feature a large 5.7" ultra-bright 1600 nit display for maximum visibility even in direct sun. For added security, use the quick-release swivel bracket with an available Thule lock core.

What's Included:
  • (1) Sonar/GPS display
  • (1) Mounting bracket
  • (1) Transom mount
  • (1) User guide
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Dragonfly Sonar/GPS Displays E70226 Dragonfly sonar/GPS display
$375.00
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Raymarine Dragonfly Sonar/GPS Displays E70085 Dragonfly sonar/GPS display with transom mount, 5/7"
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Raymarine Dragonfly Sun Cover R70134 Sun cover for Dragonfly systems
$14.99
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Raymarine Flush Mount Kit for Dragonfly A80223 Flush mount kit for Dragonfly systems
$19.99
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Raymarine Carrying Case for Dragonfly A80206 Carrying case for Dragonfly systems
$24.99
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Raymarine CPT-60 Transom Mount Dual Element CHIRP Transducer A80195 CPT-60 transom mount dual element CHIRP transducer for Dragonfly systems
$89.99
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