E70061

Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems

Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems

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The Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems are fully featured for cruising and racing sailboats.

Features

  • Displays wind speed, direction, Beaufort, max wind speed, VMG, and tack
  • Compatible with Raymarine's masthead transducer
  • Alarms for high and low apparent wind angle
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The all-new i60 Instruments from Raymarine offer boaters an excellent combination of great looks, high performance and extreme value. Designed to accommodate either stand-alone or fully integrated installations, the i60 instruments feature Raymarine's exclusive SeaTalkng networking for simple installation and bullet-proof reliability. Each instrument offers extra-large digits, razor-sharp LCD displays and red backlighting for outstanding visibility in all lighting conditions. i60 Analog Instrument displays are fully compatible with our i70 Color Multifunction Instrument too. Boaters can now customize their systems with any combination of monochrome LCD, color LCD and analog instruments as needed. Raymarine also offers the p70 and p70R Color Autopilot controllers which also match with our instruments and multifunction displays.

For the ultimate in flexibility the i60 Instruments support SeaTalkng 0 CANBUS networking, as well as our original SeaTalk 1 networking. This makes upgrading older instruments a breeze. Connect your analog depth, speed and wind transducers directly to respective instrument display, or use the displays as repeaters for SeaTalkng smart transducer data: the choice is yours.

The ultra-sleek design of i60 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. Each instrument comes with a low-profile surface mounting kit and silicone rubber sun cover. An optional bracket mounting kit is also available separately.

i60 Instruments are designed to operate from 12V DC power, and are ultra-efficient drawing less than 1W as repeaters, or 2.4W while hosting a transducer. All of the i60 Instruments are waterproof to IPX6 standards. The i60 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.

i60 Wind Instrument
Full featured wind display for cruising and racing sailboats. The i60 Wind features an easy-to-read analog dial, nighttime red backlighting and high-contrast text and graphics.

  • Compatible with Raymarine's masthead transducer (recommend for sailboats) or the Rotavecta transducer (recommended for powerboats)
  • Displays wind speed, direction, Beaufort, max wind speed, VMG, and tack
  • Alarms for high and low apparent wind angle, low true wind speed, and maximum true wind speed.
  • Apparent wind display and True wind when integrated with a compass or autopilot, and speed instrument

 

i60 Close-Hauled Wind Instruments
The i60 Close-Hauled Wind instrument display is an add-on performance sailing repeater with an expanded view of wind angle between -60° and +60° about the bow or stern of the boat.

  • The i60 Close Hauled Wind Instrument displays close-hauled wind direction, wind speed, maximum wind speed, velocity made good (VMG) and tack.
  • Used in compbination with i70 or i60 Wind instrument. The i60 Close Hauled Wind is a repeater device that requires a primary wind instrument or smart wind transducer in the system.

 

i60 Wind Instrument with Windvane Transducer
Full featured wind display for cruising and racing sailboats. The i60 Wind features an easy-to-read analog dial, nighttime red backlighting and high-contrast text and graphics.

  • Short arm vane supplied with 30m (97.5') cable
  • Compatible with Raymarine's masthead transducer (recommend for sailboats)
  • Displays wind speed, direction, Beaufort, max wind speed, VMG, and tack
  • Alarms for high and low apparent wind angle, low true wind speed, and maximum true wind speed.
  • Apparent wind display and True wind when integrated with a compass or autopilot, and speed instrument


i60 Key Features

  • Ultra-modern design complements Raymarine's latest a-Series, c-Series and e-Series Multifunction display and instrument systems.
  • Large, crisp LCD displays with high contrast for excellent visibility.
  • Red backlighting for outstanding night-time visibility.
  • SeaTalkng and SeaTalk-1 Networking for maximum flexibility.
  • Fully compatible with i70, p70 and p70R Color Instruments and Autopilots.
  • 110mm x 115mm footprint is identical to older Raymarine ST60+ instrumentation making upgrading easy
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems E70061 i60 wind display system
$499.99
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Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems E70062 i60 wind display system, analog close-hauled
$424.99
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Raymarine i60 Wind Display Systems E70150 i60 wind display system with masthead wind vane transducer
$969.99
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