The Simrad NSO evo2 Marine Processor Unit is a premium single or multi-display multifunction navigation system.
The NSO evo2 offers dual high-definition, video output each with a lightning fast quad-core processor for quick response and high performance in single and dual independent display installations.
NSO evo2 Marine Processor Key Features
Dual Independent Video Output
Even if you only have 1 monitor connected to the NSO evo2 on the vessel you can view and control the second output direct from your tablet.
OP-40 Remote -Full NSO evo2 System control available with OP-40 Remote -*Integrated NSO evo2 Autopilot control functions require OP-40 remote
Touch screen Control - NSO evo2 can be operated by multi-touch monitors provided by select partners. Currently KEP marine Glass bridge touch screen monitors are certified for use on NSO evo2 and operate via USB cable connection. Multi touch gestures are supported for chart zoom / sonar zoom/ Radar range
Mechanical / Environmental
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|000-10998-001||NSO evo2 marine processor unit with embedded insight cartography||
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|000-11485-001||NSO evo2 dual 16-inch multi-touch monitor bundle with OP40 controller and GS25 GPS antenna-insight cartography||
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