E15023

Raymarine SmartController

Raymarine SmartController

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The Raymarine SmartController is a wireless SeaTalk autopilot and instrument remote control unit.

Features

  • Crisp, high contrast 64 x 127 dot matrix display
  • Up to eight user definable data pages
  • Up to 32 feet wireless operating range from the base station
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SmartController Wireless Remote

Take control of your Raymarine SeaTalk® network with the powerful SmartController wireless handheld remote. Set a new course to steer or monitor vital instrument and navigation data in the palm of your hand. Big on features, the waterproof SmartController is lightweight and compact for easy handling. The bright backlit display and ergonomic keypad offer straightforward operation with access to up to eight user defined data pages.

The SmartController features a rechargeable battery that provides up to two weeks of operation on a single charge! The convenient mounting cradle simply connects to any SeaTalk® network and automatically recharges the batteries from the SeaTalk® network power supply.

SmartController Features

  • A crisp, high contrast 64 x 127 dot matrix display
  • Backlit display and keypad
  • Up to eight user definable data pages
  • Single, dual or four line data displays
  • Graphical CDI (Course Deviation Indicator) display
  • Raised profile on Standby button for easy identification in the dark
  • Keylock security
  • Rechargeable via SeaTalk network
  • Add additional base stations for extended range
  • Add handsets for additional users and customize for each user


Wireless Features

  • Up to 32 feet (10 meters) wireless operating range from the base station
  • Signal strength indicator
  • Pre-registered each unit leaves the factory already registered to the base station


Upgrading your network to wireless is fast and easy thanks to SeaTalk networking. Simply connect the wireless base station into your existing SeaTalk network, and you're done!

Compatible Instrument Systems:
ST30
ST40
ST50
ST60
ST80
ST290

Compatible Autopilot Systems:

ST1000
ST2000
ST3000
ST4000
ST5000
SmartPilot ST6001
SmartPilot ST7001
SmartPilot ST8001
SmartPilot S1000

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