Raymarine eS127 12.1" MFD Combo w/Wi-Fi, ClearPulse Digital Sonar & US C-Map Essentials Charts

Raymarine eS127 12.1" MFD Combo w/Wi-Fi, ClearPulse Digital Sonar & US C-Map Essentials Charts
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Raymarine eS127 12.1" MFD Combo w/Wi-Fi, ClearPulse™ Digital Sonar & US C-MAP Essentials Charts

  • Sleek glass bridge design with three mounting options. Bracket, surface or fully recessed flush mounting
  • Super bright displays (1250 nits) with optical bonding technology for sharper colors and contrast
  • HybridTouch™ - Responsive touch screen control with pinch to zoom or simple keypad interaction using the multifunction rotary control and keypad

Freedom to choose the very best charts from C-MAP by Jeppesen, Navionics, and Raymarine's expanding LightHouse chart catalog
  • Support for Navionics Sonar Charts and Community edits
  • Sync charts, waypoint and routes between your mobile device and MFD with Navionics Boating App
  • Navionics Auto Routing using Navionics + or Navionics Platinum charts
  • Jeppesen Easy Routing using C-MAP 4D MAX+ charts
  • Fast 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS internal receiver for rapid chart position updates and faster satellite acquisition
  • Optional GA-150 external antenna connection (eS9 & eS12 only)

  • Sonar
    • Internal ClearPulse Digital Sonar Available on eS77, eS97, eS127 models
    • High performance CHIRP SideVision™ compatible with optional CP200
    • Advanced CP370 1kW Digital sonar option for blue water fishing
    • Offshore ready using optional CP470 and CP570 CHIRP sonar modules
    • Sonar Command Center - view up to 4 independent sonar channels simultaneously

    • Monitor onboard video with support for up to 10 video of IP cameras and one analog camera
    • View up to 4 cameras simultaneously
    • Record and take snap shots of digital video streams

    LightHouse II Software
    • Network with Raymarine Digital, HD Color and Super HD Color radar systems
    • Raymarine's advanced HD Color signal processing with 256 color target discrimination
    • Best-in-class automatic Bird Mode for finding flocks of birds above schools of fish (HD radar only)
    • Dual range mode and dual radar scanner (HD radar only)
    • High speed 48rpm scanning (HD radar only)

    Thermal Night Vision
    • Stay safe with superior FLIR thermal night vision technology
    • Easy-to-use. As simple as watching and controlling your TV
    • Avoid obstacles, such as rocks, floating logs, and other debris
    • Quickly identify overboard people and pets
    • Slew-to-cue improves situational awareness and safety. Thermal camera automatically keeps "cued" targets in view at all times

    Evolution Autopilot
    • Engage and control Raymarine Evolution autopilots directly from the eS Series chartplotter display
    • Follow waypoints and routes with unmatched precision using Evolution's aerospace derived 9-axis sensor technology
    • Add a p70 or p70R pilot control head for remote control and advanced features

    Engine Integration
    • Complete monitoring of engines, generators, batteries and more
    • NMEA 2000 compatible
    • ECI-100 Universal Connectivity for Yanmar, Yamaha, Honda and more

    Digital Switching
    • Control lighting, climate, navigation components, wipers, entertainment, security and much more
    • State-of-the-art digital power distribution

    • Stay ahead of the front with graphical weather overlays and weather reports from SIRIUSXM (USA only)

      • Network compatible with any LightHouse II powered multifunction display
      • NMEA2000/SeaTalkng Port for NMEA2000 and SeaTalkng connections
      • NMEA0183 Input/Output
      • HDMI video output (eS9 and eS12 only)
      • Wi-Fi for mobile app integration
      • Bluetooth for remote and MP3 control
      • Fusion Stereo control

      Remote Control Options
      • RayControl Mobile App for iOS and Androids
      • RMK-9 Wired Remote Keypad
      • RCU-3 Bluetooth Wireless Remote

      Cartography:Lighthouse, Navionics, C-MAP Essentials & C-MAP 4D MAX+
      Tides & Currents:Requires Navionics or C-MAP
      GPS Specs:Built-in GNSS Receiver: GPS/GLONASS/Beidou* - 10Hz 72 Channel. RS130 external GPS sensor option
      Waypoints/Routes/Tracks:3,000 wpts / 200 wpt groups / 150 rts - 250 wpt max / 15 tracks - 10,000 max trk pts
      Display Size:12.1" Optically Bonded LCD
      Display Resolution:1280 x 800 WVGA
      Display Type:Multitouch
      Brightness:1,250 nits
      Viewing Angle:Top / Bottom: 80 deg / 80 deg - Left / Right: 80 deg / 80 deg
      Dimensions:14.1" x 8.8" x 2.6" (358mm x 223mm x 66mm)
      Mounting:Flush / Bracket (R70389) / Rear (Rear Mt Accessory - A80343)
      Waterproof Rating:IPX6/IPX7
      Operating Temp:-13°F to 131°F (-25°C to +55°C)
      Storage Temp:-22°F to 158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
      Ethernet:2 x 10/100 Mbits/ Network (RayNet)
      NMEA 0183: 2 Rx/1Tx NMEA0183 (On Power Cable)
      NMEA 2000:1 x NMEA2000/SeaTalksup>ng port
      SeaTalk:Requires E22158 SeaTalk(1) to SeaTalkng convertor kit
      Wi-FI:WiFi - 802.11 b/g
      BlueTooth:Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR power class 1.5 (supports AVRCP 1.0)
      Radar Capable: Yes
      Thermal Night Vision Capable: Yes
      Sonar Options - Built-In:Built-in 600W Digital Sonar
      Transducers/Max Depth:50/200kHz 3,000'
      External Sonar Module Capable:Yes Digital, CHIRP, and CHIRP SideVision Options
      Memory Slot:Two MicroSD slots - up to 32GB each
      Audio Integration:Fusion - Ethernet & N2K / Bluetooth / SiriusXM Audio
      Video/Camera:1 x HDMI Video Out (5 meter accessory cable: A80219) 1 x Composite female BNC Input (On Power Cable) Up to 10 IP Cameras
      Remote Control:RMK-9 & RCU-3
      Weather:SiriusXM (Coastal) USA Only
      AIS Capable:Yes
      Autopilot Control:Yes - Evolution Autopilot Integration
      Digital Switching:Yes - Empirbus compatible
      Voltage:12V / 24V DC (10.8 V DC to 31.2V DC)
      Power Consumption (Full Brightness):29.6W
      Power Consumption (Powersave Mode):10W
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