Raymarine eS78 7" MFD Combo w/Wi-Fi, CHIRP/DownVision Sonar & Navionics+ North American Coast + 18k Lakes Charts

Raymarine eS78 7" MFD Combo w/Wi-Fi, CHIRP/DownVision Sonar & Navionics+ North American Coast + 18k Lakes Charts
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eS78 7" MFD Chartplotter/Fishfinder Display with CHIRP/DownVision™ Sonar & Navionics+ North American Coast + 18k Lakes Charts

High Performance Multifunction Displays

Powered by Raymarine's advanced LightHouse II user interface, the eS Series includes three high-performance navigation displays that offer unprecedented control and ease-of-use in a sleek, ergonomic design.

The eS Series features a choice of 7" , 9" and 12" displays, each with an attractive, glass bridge-style design that blends seamlessly with today's modern helm stations, allowing for both low profile console and a completely recessed flush mounting option.

  • 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 new multifunction rotary control and keypad
  • Sleek glass bridge design with three mounting options. Bracket, surface, or (optional)fully recessed flush mounting
  • Powered by Raymarine's powerful LightHouse II operating system
  • Easy-to-use, easy-to customize, and easy-to-expand. Network eS Series with any LightHouse II powered display
  • Engineered for the future with regular LightHouse updates and enhancements
  • Access your eS Series from anywhere on board. Built in Wi-Fi allows you to stream to Raymarine mobile apps and sync with the Navionics Boating app
  • Freedom to choose the very best charts from C-MAP by Jeppesen, Navionics, and Raymarine's expanding LightHouse chart catalog
  • Navionics Auto Routing using Navionics + or Navionics Platinum charts and support for 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
  • Available wide spectrum CHIRP DownVision™ on eS78, eS98 and eS128 models and ClearPulse™ Digital sonar on eS77, eS97 and eS127 models
  • High performance side scanning sonar using the optional CP200 CHIRP SideVision™ sonar
  • Sonar Command Center - view up to 4 independent sonar channels simultaneously, including the CP370 Digital and CP470 and CP570 CHIRP Sonars
  • Monitor and record onboard video with support for up to 10 video over IP cameras like the Raymarine CAM200IP
  • Network with Raymarine Digital, HD Color and Super HD Color radar systems
  • Best-in-class automatic Bird Mode for finding flocks of birds above schools of fish (HD radar only)
  • Navigate safer at night with optional thermal night vision cameras and slew-to-cue target tracking
  • Engage and control Raymarine Evolution autopilots directly from the eS Series chartplotter display
  • Engine Integratin- Complete Monitoring of engines, generators, batteries and more. NMEA2000 complatible. ECI-100 Universal Connectivity for Yanmar, Yamaha, Honda, and more.
  • Digital Switching- Vessel Automation and control system. Control lighting, climate, navigation components, wipers, entertainment, security and much more. State-of-the-art digital power distribution. Super realiable and cost-effective. Simple, custom graphical interface

  • Screen Size: 7"
  • Display size: 9.6" wide x 5.7" high
  • Resolution: 800 x 480
  • Built in CHIRP/DownVision™ Sonar
  • Brightness: 1250 mits
  • Voltage: 12V/24V DC (10.8V DC to 31.2V DC)
  • Built-in GPS Sensor: 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS
  • Ethernet: RayNet Ports-(x1)
  • NMEA2000: SeaTalkng-(xl)
  • NMEA0183 input/output: Yes
  • Memory Slot: MicroSD (x2) up to 32GB each
  • Includes Navionics+ North America Coast and 18k Lake Charts
  • Wi-Fi for mobile app integration: Yes
  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • Waterproofing Standard: IPX6 and 7
  • Warranty: 2 Years upgradable to 3 Years
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