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Raymarine EV-150 Evolution Core Pack - No Drive

Raymarine EV-150 Evolution Core Pack - No Drive
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EV-150 Evolution Core Pack - No Drive

The Evolution EV-150 Core Pack comes complete with our p70Rs autopilot controller, EV1 Sensor Core, ACU150 Actuator Control Unit, and an Evolution autopilot cabling kit.

Engineered for simplicity, Raymarine's award-winning Evolution autopilots eliminate the need for complicated set up and calibration. Thanks to the intelligent 9-axis EV sensor core, the autopilot automatically evolves and adapts to your vessel's steering characteristics without any user adjustments. The result is precise and confident course keeping, regardless of vessel speed or sea conditions.

The Evolution EV-150 system also employs Raymarine's patented Hydro-Balance™ technology which delivers superior autopilot performance for hydraulically steered boats, particularly those with outboard motors and rudder-reference less systems. Hydro-Balance automatically compensates for hydraulic system elasticity, steering system asymmetry, and torque steer to keep your boat on-course at trolling speed, cruising speed, and all-out running.

Anglers will also love the Evolution Autopilot's built-in trolling patterns. Let the autopilot work the boat while you prep bait, set your lines and adjust your spread.

The system is also equipped with Raymarine latest Evolution TrackIQ™ algorithms which deliver tighter track-keeping and faster track acquisition. It also uses information on vessel pitch, roll, yaw and heave to stabilize GPS navigation data like course over ground, speed over ground and cross track error for the best possible tracking to waypoints and routes.

The Raymarine EV-150 Hydraulic Autopilot System Pack is the ideal autopilot for small to medium sized hydraulically steered vessels with a steering ram capacity between 4.9 cu. in. (80cc) and 14.0 cu in. (230cc). The system is for 12-volt DC electrical systems only.

**Requires M81120 Type 1 12v Hydraulic Pump

Includes

  • E70329 p70Rs Control Head
  • E70096 EV-1 Sensor Core
  • R70160 Evolution Cable Kit
  • E70430 ACU-150 Actuator Control Unit
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