E70063

Raymarine i40 Display Systems

Raymarine i40 Display Systems

Description

The Raymarine i40 Display Systems are packed full of features to track navigation data while boating.

Features

  • High contrast LCD displays with large digits for excellent visibility
  • Built-in transducer connections simplify installation
  • Designed to complement a-Series, c-Series and e-Series multifunction displays
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Compact and feature-packed instruments, the i40 series instruments are smart choice for boaters looking high performance and great value.

The i40 series is simple to operate thanks to the use of just three control buttons, i40 has extra-large digits and razor-sharp LCD displays and red backlighting for outstanding visibility in all lighting conditions.

These SeaTalk® compatible instruments offer full integration with Raymarine autopilots and navigation equipment. The ultra-sleek design of i40 line is designed to complement our full line of a-Series, c-Series and e-Series Multifunction displays, and looks great on the helm of any boat. All i40 Instruments come with a low-profile surface mounting kit and silicone rubber sun cover. An optional bracket mounting kit is also available separately.

i40 Instruments are designed to operate from 12V DC power, and are ultra-efficient drawing less than 0.4 watts for superior run-time and excellent green credentials. The i40 instruments are all covered by Raymarine's industry leading 2-year warranty, upgradeable to 3-years at no charge by registering online with 90 days of purchase.

i40 Speed Instruments
Shows current, maximum and average boat speed, log trip and sea temperature.
The Raymarine i40 Speed Instrument is available as a complete system with a thru-hull transducer, or transom mount, or as a display-only kit enabling you to monitor your boat's speed through the water as a remote location. The i40 Depth Instrument offers easy-to-read displays of current speed, maximum speed, average speed, distance log, trip log as well as water temperature.

 

i40 Depth Instruments
Raymarine's i40 Depth Instrument is available as a complete system with a thru-hull transducer, Transom Mount or as a display-only kit enabling you to monitor your boat's depth at a remote location. The i40 Depth Instrument offers easy-to-read displays of current depth, and minimum depth recorded. The unit also offers a convenient shallow depth alarm, deep depth alarm, shallow anchor alarm, and deep anchor alarm. The i40 Depth Instrument offers convenient depth offset controls allowing you to calibrate the readout to compensate for projections (rudders, props, skegs etc.) or to display the depth from the waterline of the vessel.

 

i40 Bidata Instruments
The Raymarine i40 Bidata offers all of the functionality of the Depth and Speed instruments combined in a single space-saving display. Like the other i40 Instruments, the Bidata is available as a complete system with depth and speed transducers or as a display-only solution for remote readout of depth and speed at another location.

The i40 Bidata's depth capabilities include easy-to-read displays of current speed, maximum speed, average speed, distance log, trip log as well as water temperature. Bidata also offers depth-related alarms and adjustments including shallow depth alarm, deep depth alarm, shallow anchor alarm, and deep anchor alarm, and depth offset controls. Its speed capabilities include displays of current speed, maximum speed, average speed, distance log, trip log as well as water temperature.

 

i40 Wind Instruments
Raymarine's i40 Wind Instrument is a compact solution that is ideal for small cruising sailboats or powerboats. The compact i40 Wind display features an easy-to-read digital readout for wind speed, and a virtual analog needle display for wind direction. The i40 Wind Instrument is available as a complete system with Raymarine's unique Rotavecta masthead transducer, or as a display-only kit for repeating your wind information at a remote location onboard. 

The i40 Wind Instrument can display apparent wind speed and direction, or when combined with a suitable speed and compass sensor, true wind speed and direction. The unit also features a user-adjustable high wind speed alarm.

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70063 i40 speed display system
$189.99
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Raymarine i40 Speed Display Systems E70140 i40 speed display system with thru-hull transducer
$279.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70066 i40 bidata display system
$219.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70141 i40 speed display system with transom mount transducer
$279.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70145 i40 bidata display system with thru-hull transducers
$390.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70064 i40 depth display system
$189.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70142 i40 depth display system with thru-hull transducer
$270.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70143 i40 depth display system with transom mount transducer
$304.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70065 i40 wind display system
$189.99
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Raymarine i40 Display Systems E70144 i40 wind display system with rotavecta transducer
$439.99
In Stock

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