Raymarine gS165 Glass Bridge Multifunction Displays

Raymarine gS165 Glass Bridge Multifunction Displays


The Raymarine gS165 Glass Bridge Multifunction Display will transform your helm station into a powerful glass bridge navigation system.


  • Thermal Night Vision
  • ClearPulse CHIRP Sonar
  • Simple Operation And Total Control
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Each gS Series display is a fully self-contained multifunction navigation display equipped with a new fast dual core processor plus a third dedicated graphics processor, delivering super fast and responsive performance.

gS Series meets the needs of demanding skippers looking for integrated navigation with unprecedented flexibility. Create a single display touch-screen navigation system or expand gS Series into a multistation system with remote keyboard control, the choice is yours. This system can also be linked directly to Raymarine's latest MFD range.

Simple Operation & Total Control
Navigating with gS Series is incredibly simple with the smooth and responsive Multi-Touch control of Raymarine's Lighthouse User Interface. Enjoy fluid and effortless full touch-screen interaction with Raymarine's easy to use LightHouse user interface or interact with any gS Series display from the optional remote keypad. The optional remote keypad gives you total control of a single or multiple gS Series displays, putting you in total command of the gS Series network.

gS Series™ A Perfect Fit!
The edge-to-edge glass construction of gS Series enables the displays to be completely flushmounted in the helm panel for an attractive and integrated navigation experience.

Powerful Navigation Network

  • Thermal Night Vision
    Make navigating at night easier with gS Series and T-Series thermal night vision cameras. Slew-to-Cue target tracking keeps the camera locked on dangerous targets for added safety
  • GPS Chartplotter
    The gS Series powerful chart engine supports Navionics Platinum Plus charts offering stunning 3D chart images and aerial photo chart overlays
  • Radar
    Stay aware with Raymarine's Super HD Color radar sensors. Super HD Color offers 256 color target separation, plus Raymarine's exclusive automatic Bird Mode for targeting flocks of seabirds above fishing grounds
  • ClearPulse® CHIRP Sonar
    Increase your underwater intelligence with gS Series and the ClearPulse® CHIRP powered CP450C sonar module. Target bait and predators with unmatched clarity down to 10,000' (3000M)
  • Video
    Each gS Series display features 2 analog video inputs for thermal or CCTV cameras. Plus gS Series supports unlimited IP network cameras. gS Series gigabit Raynet ports provide Power Over Ethernet (POE) for fast and reliable video-over-IP performance.
  • FUSION Integration
    gS Series is ready to rock with integration to Fusion 700 series marine audio systems. The FUSIONLink audio app lets you control audio zones, play tracks and view album information direct from the gS Series display. Add the RayRemote mobile app and you have full wireless control of your on-board audio system.
  • SIRIUSXM Weather and Satellite Radio¹
    Stay ahead of the front with SIRIUSXM weather delivered right to your gS Series display. Monitor weather radar and keep tabs on the latest conditions with up to the minute weather data. Also enjoy and control SIRIUSXM satellite radio direct from the gS Series display.
  • Sport Optic Friendly LCD
    gS Series displays are engineered with unique LCD technology that eliminates the "black out effect" caused by polarized sport sunglasses.

¹SIRIUSXM receiver and subscription required

Total System Control

  • Mobile Apps
    Access Raymarine anywhere onboard via Raymarine mobile apps and gS Series built in Wi-Fi. Enjoy full control of your gS Series direct from your tablet or smart phone using Raymarine?s RayControl or RayRemote mobile apps.
  • Waterproof HDMI Output
    Each gS Series display features HDMI output for connection to LCD TVs and monitors. The gS Series remote keyboard or Raymarine wireless apps give you full control of gS Series from any onboard HDTV, monitor or display.
  • Digital Switching
    Digital Switching integrates control of the vessel's electrical systems into the gS Series touch-screen interface. Control lighting, monitor electrical systems, and much more.
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