T70174

Raymarine HD Open Array Radar

Raymarine HD Open Array Radar

Description

The Raymarine HD Open Array Radar delivers unmatched performance and ease-of-use.

Features

  • HD Color Technology Delivers Superior Processing And Target Detection
  • Multi-Level Color Target Displays
  • Adaptive Auto Settings
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$5,799.99
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The HD digital technology brings radar users the power of digital signal processing with a truly adaptive transmitter and receiver that automatically adjusts to changing environmental and sea conditions.

Features: 

  • 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




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