T70164

Raymarine EV-DBW Evolution Autopilot

Raymarine EV-DBW Evolution Autopilot

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The Raymarine EV-DBW Evolution Autopilot is designed for the latest drive-by-wire steering systems.

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EV-2 connects directly to Raymarine's SeaTalkng bus
It also has a dedicated CAN Bus port for direct connection to steer-by-wire steering systems:

  • ZF Pod Drives
  • Volvo† IPS* and Volvo Aquamatic
  • Teleflex Optimus Systems
  • Yanmar VC10 and JC10 (Joystick) Control Systems


A single CAN Bus connection to the EV-2 eliminates the need for an ACU, further simplifying installation

*Optional Volvo IPS gateway required and additional cabling
† Volvo and Volvo Penta are trademarks™ and/or registered® trademarks of Volvo Trademark Holding AB. Raymarine is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, Volvo.

p70R Autopilot Control Head (Power)
The p70R autopilot control head is designed for power craft with push buttons and a rotary control dial. Advanced LED backlighting offers low power consumption and delivers vibrant colour and contrast. Wide horizontal and vertical viewing angles ensure the display can be seen clearly from acute positions.

The p70R control head also features the LightHouse user interface and a start up wizard to help you configure the pilot quickly and easily.

Evolution Cabling Kit - R70160

The Evolution SeaTalkng cable kit contains:

  • 1 x SeaTalkng Power Cable (0.4m)
  • 1 x SeaTalkng Backbone Cable (5m)
  • 1 x SeaTalkng Spur Cable (0.4m)
  • 1 x SeaTalkng 5-way Connector Block
  • 2 x SeaTalkng T-piece Connector
  • 2 x SeaTalkng Terminator



Evolution EV-2 Cabling Kit - R70192

The Evolution EV-2 SeaTalkng cable kit contains

  • 1 x SeaTalkng Power Cable (0.4m)
  • 2 x DeviceNet / SeaTalkng Adaptor Cable (Female)
  • 2 x SeaTalkng Terminator
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