E55061

Raymarine E-Series Full Function Remote Keyboard

Raymarine E-Series Full Function Remote Keyboard

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The Raymarine E-Series Full Function Remote Keyboard allows full control of all E-series functions.

Features

  • Full 12-key alphanumeric keypad
  • Rugged, waterproof keyboard includes all of the hardware to mount it inside or outside
  • Convenient bracket or flush mounting hardware is included
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Control your E-Series system remotely with the Full Function SeaTalk2 Remote Keyboard. The perfect mate to the M1500 Marine Monitor or your own repeater display, the E-Series Remote Keyboard allows full control of all E-Series functions.

The keyboard has the same familiar Twist n' Click, softkeys, and cursor controls as the E80 and E120 displays. Additionally, a full 12 key alphanumeric keypad is included to make entering waypoints, routes, and names fast and easy.

What's Included:
  • (1) Keyboard unit
  • (1) Cradle assembly
  • (1) Flush mount kit
  • (1) Suncover
  • (2) Terminators
  • (1) SeaTalk2 power ground cable, 1.5 meters
  • (1) Junction box
  • (1) E-series SeaTalk2 cable, 1.5 meters
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Raymarine E-Series Full Function Remote Keyboard E55061 E-series full function remote keyboard with SeaTalk2 connection
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