Si-Tex Explorer NavPro w/GPS Antenna GPK-11

Si-Tex Explorer NavPro w/GPS Antenna GPK-11
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Explorer NavPro w/GPS Antenna GPK-11
Electronic Charting System Control Unit

The Explorer NavPro Multi-Function Navigation System turns almost any "off
the shelf" PC monitor into a full-featured C-MAP electronic charting system.
Couple this unique product to an existing onboard monitor or add just about
any size CRT or flat panel display for a very convenient two piece charting
system with unlimited mounting possibilities.

  • HDMI Video Output - replaces the original VGA Output of older models
  • NMEA-2000 Network provides Engine Monitoring Capability & AIS Integration
  • 2 NMEA-0183 Ports + GPS Smart Antenna Port
  • Gigantic 4GB of Internal Mark and Track Memory
  • Easy to use Operating System
  • Extremely Fast Ultra Powerful Processor
  • File Management System makes it very easy to save, edit and manage Mark,
    Track, and Route Memories
  • Uses C-Map Max mini SD Card format for Navigation Chart Data
  • Optional RF Remote Control (pt #ENP-REMOTE) allows the unit to be operated from multiple locations

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