T111-916

Raymarine Wireless Multi Dual Digital Display

Raymarine Wireless Multi Dual Digital Display

Description

The Raymarine Wireless Multi Dual Digital Display can be configured at any time to display any information provided by your transmitters and transducers.

Features

  • No Wiring- Receives Data Via A Wireless Link
  • Solar Powered With 300 Hours Autonomy
  • Displays 2 Lines Of Data Simultaneously
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$689.99
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Key Features:

  • Large 20mm (0.8") 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
  • Locked Heading
  • Off Course Alarm
  • Tack Course
  • Boatspeed
  • Log
  • Trip Log
  • Average Speed
  • Max Speed
  • Trim
  • 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
  • Man Overboard Alert without GPS
  • Man Overboard Alert with GPS
  • Performance Data/On-deck Smart Screen
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