T110-916

Raymarine Wireless Multi Digital Display

Raymarine Wireless Multi Digital Display

Description

The Raymarine Wireless Multi Digital Display has a large readout at 38mm and show a type that is available on the system.

Features

  • No Wiring- Receives Data Via A Wireless Link
  • Solar Powered With 300 Hours Autonomy
  • Displays ANY Single Data Type
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Details

Custom pages may also be created using performance sailing software on a PC.

Key Features:


  • Super-large 38mm (1.5") digital readout
  • Simple to configure
  • Backlighting to 3 levels
  • Totally waterproof (submersible to 10m)
  • Lightweight, only 285g (0.63lbs)



Data Displays:


  • Apparent Wind Speed/Angle
  • Apparent Close-hauled Wind Speed/Angle
  • High Wind Alarm
  • True Wind Speed/Angle
  • True Wind Direction
  • VMG to Wind
  • Header or Lift Indicator
  • Heading
  • Tack Course
  • Boatspeed
  • Log
  • Trip Log
  • Average Speed
  • Max Speed
  • Speed Over Ground
  • Course Over Ground
  • Lat/Long
  • VMG to Waypoint
  • Bearing to Waypoint
  • Cross Track Error
  • ETA
  • Depth
  • Shallow/Deep Depth Alarm
  • Sea Temperature
  • Race Timer
  • Performance Data/On-deck Smart Screen
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Raymarine Wireless Multi Digital Display T110-916 Wireless Multi Digital Display
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