Raymarine i70 System Wind, Depth, and Speed Package

Raymarine i70 System Wind, Depth, and Speed Package


The Raymarine i70 System Wind, Depth, and Speed Package offers superior visibility from anywhere on board.


  • Consumes 27% less power than previous generation color instruments
  • SeaTalkng network provides all necessary power and data connections
  • iTC5 instantly converts these 5 analog signals to digital SeaTalkng protocol
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Features overview

  • Digital and graphical data views of wind, depth, speed, AIS targets,
    engine, fuel, and GPS navigation
  • 4" oversized ultra bright sunlight viewable color display with LED
  • 30% larger than previous generation instruments displays
  • Very low power consumption: 150mA / 1.6W typical
  • Easy-to-install using a simple circular, hole saw cut

The iTC5 Instrument Transducer Converter enables the use of common analog transducer signals with new digital instrument displays like Raymarine's i70
and ST70 Plus. The ultra-compact iTC5 has connections to host the five most common analog transducers; depth, speed/temperature, wind, compass and rudder. The iTC5 instantly converts these 5 analog signals to digital SeaTalkng protocol.

In addition to providing analog-to-digital conversion, the iTC5 provides all of the necessary power and communications connections to the transducers. This greatly simplifies the installation of new systems, and also provides a simple and cost-effective means for owners of older analog instrument displays to upgrade to the latest digital display technology. The iTC5eliminates the need for expensive "smart" transducers or individual instrument pods. Complete control for calibration and alarms is performed through the i70 or ST70 Plus instruments.

The iTC5 connects to Raymarine's SeaTalkng network and works with most analog transducers from legacy Raymarine ST30, ST40, ST50, ST60, ST80 and ST290 series instruments. Additionally the iTC5 works with Raymarine fluxgate compass modules as well as rotary and linear rudder feedback transducers to support compass heading and rudder angle instruments.


  • All-in-one analog to digital converter for depth,speed/temperature, wind, compass and rudder transducers
  • Outputs SeaTalkng and NMEA2000 data to digital instruments, MFDs and more
  • Enables easy upgrade of legacy analog instrument displays without replacing transducers
  • Ideal for use with Raymarine i70 and ST70 Plus digital instrument systems
What's Included:
  • (1) i70 instrument
  • (1) ITC-5
  • (1) DST800 transducer
  • (1) Standard wind transducer
  • (1) Backbone terminator
  • (1) Inline terminator
  • (1) Backbone cable, 9 meters
  • (1) Power cable
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