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Raymarine SR150 SiriusXM Weather & Satellite Radio Receivers

Raymarine SR150 SiriusXM Weather & Satellite Radio Receivers

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The Raymarine SR150 SiriusXM Weather & Satellite Radio Receiver delivers both marine weather and satellite radio right to a multifunction display.

Features

  • Ultra-compact design and simplified installation
  • Compatible with a-Series, c-Series, e-Series or gS-Series multifunction displays
  • Designed for the future with built-in support for forthcoming SiriusXM data services
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Raymarine's SR150 Receiver delivers both Marine Weather and Satellite Radio for SiriusXM right to your multifunction display. The SR150 has a standard RayNet high speed Ethernet connection that works with Raymarine's latest a-Series, c-Series, e-Series or gS-Series multifunction display systems. The SR150 is also compatible with prior generation C-Series Widescreen, E-Series Widescreen and G-Series systems using an optional RayNet to RJ45 patch cable, sold separately.

The SR150 features an ultra-compact design and simplified installation to get you up and running quickly. The SR150 is also designed for the future with built-in support for forthcoming SiriusXM data services. Complete your SR150 installation with any SiriusXM compatible marine antenna and cable, and a SiriusXM Subscription, sold separately.

Shakespeare Galaxy® Style SRA-40 Low-Profile Satellite Radio Antenna Kit
Now Includes the SM-31 Mounting Kit

Designed especially for marine applications, the Galaxy® SRA-40 Satellite Radio Antenna brings SIRIUS Satellite Radio programming to your boat. The antenna's sleek, white, ASA plastic housing is unobtrusively low-profile at only 3.5" diameter by 1.35" high. 
Ideal for smaller vessels, it mounts on surfaces up to 1" thick, and comes with a special 25-foot low-loss cable with a quick disconnect, gold-plated, TNC connector at the base of the antenna.

Now included with the SRA-40 is Shakespeare's unique Style SM-31 surface mount kit for installations where direct access under the mounting surface is difficult or impossible. The system also provides standard 1"-14 threads.

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Raymarine SR150 SiriusXM Weather & Satellite Radio Receivers E70161 SR150 SiriusXM weather and satellite radio receiver
$699.99
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