Raymarine Quantum Q24W Radome w/Wi-Fi Only - 10M Power Cable Included

Raymarine Quantum Q24W Radome w/Wi-Fi Only - 10M Power Cable Included
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Quantum™ Q24W Radome w/Wi-Fi Only - 10M Power Cable Included

Raymarine Quantum Radar, by FLIR, is the next generation of marine radar featuring CHIRP pulse compression technology.

Setting a standard for compact solid state radar, Quantum delivers superior radar imaging on both long and extremely short ranges. Integrated Wi-Fi and thin cabling simplifies installation plus Quantum's energy efficient and lightweight design provides safe radiated emissions and substantially reduced power consumption.

Superior Radar Imaging
FLIR's exclusive ATXT advanced target separation technology displays targets like boats, landmarks, rocks, buoys, and weather cells with unsurpassed resolution and separation quality.

CHIRP Pulse Compression
Excellent short-range detection and enhanced target detail with 18' (6m) minimum range. CHIRP Pulse compression ensures more energy reaches each target, resulting in superior imaging on long ranges.

Small Target Detection
Quantum's CHIRP Pulse Compression technology identifies small, weak targets, even when positioned close to strong returns.

Simplified Installation
Simple Wi-Fi connection between Quantum and any Raymarine LightHouse II powered MFD. Quantum's small diameter power cable is easy to route through tight spaces. Easy to upgrade - Quantum uses the same bolt pattern as previous generation radars. Optional Quantum adapter cable eliminate the need to run new radar cables.

Energy Efficient & Lightweight Design
Weighs 50% less than traditional magnetron radars. Safe Emissions thanks to Quantum's low power solid state radar transmitter. Very low power consumption (17 Watts transmit and 7 watts standby). Extended vessel battery life when under sail.
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