Raymarine Open Array Super HD Digital Radars

Raymarine Open Array Super HD Digital Radars


The Raymarine Open Array Super HD Digital Radars add another level of digital signal processing to further enhance the performance and improve resolution.


  • Multi-level color target displays provide extra clarity and detail
  • HD color radar technology enhances digital radar receiver performance
  • Images show a tracked target in the previously set guard zone around the vessel
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Truly revolutionary, Raymarine HD Color technology improves target detection by eliminating virtually all noise and extracting more information from the radar echo return than has ever been generally available to the leisure navigator before. 

Key features: 

  • HD Color technology delivers superior processing and target detection 
  • Multi-level color target displays 
  • Adaptive auto settings 
  • Coastal, Harbor, Offshore and Buoy Auto modes 
  • SeaTalkHS network compatible 
  • Thin radar interconnect assembly 
  • Simple install, no need to open pedestal (external waterproof connector) 
  • 10.8 to 32V DC operation with supplied external voltage converter 
  • Field upgradeable software via CF card in GPM400 
  • HD Color Radar technology maximizes digital radar receiver performance, enabling 4kW Raymarine radars to deliver target detection that rivals much larger and more powerful analog radar systems 
  • Raymarine HD Color technology improves target detection by 100% digital signal precessing and information extraction 
  • HD Color radar technology delivers substantial improvements in range and bearing resolution

Radar Benefits 
Where am I relative to my surroundings? Is there anything nearby that could be a danger to me, or vice versa? Radar is a great aid to navigation that allows you to: 

  • Track Targets 
    Not everything uses AIS! Using MARPA* (mini-automatic radar plotting aid) allows you to identify vessel, speed, bearing, closest point of approach (CPA) and time to closest point of approach (TCPA), dangerous/ proximity alarms, overlay AIS info for further target clarification. 

  • Weather Advantage 
    Raymarine HD Color scanners provide superior all weather performance allowing you to still see targets through rain and thunderstorms. Use radar to track weather too. 
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