000-13566-001

Simrad NSO evo2 Single 19" Multi-Touch Monitor Bundle

Simrad NSO evo2 Single 19" Multi-Touch Monitor Bundle
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NSO evo2 Dual 19" Multi-Touch Monitor Bundle with OP50 & GS25 GPS Antenna

Features
  • Large-Screen Navigation System
  • Multi-TouchSensible (with compatible display)
  • Dual Independent Video Output
  • Full HD Video
  • Performance Module compatibility
  • Cartography Choice
  • Smaller, lighter design
  • Quad-Core Processing Power
  • Multi zoom touch gestures
  • Naviconics Depth Highlight range
  • Naviconics shallow water highlight
  • AIS Sarts
  • Fusion Link Audio Device Support
  • Grib Weather
  • FLIR Camera integration
  • GS25 Antenna Configuration
  • Wide screen display support
DUAL INDEPENDENT VIDEO OUTPUT
  • Independent HDMI output ports allow different setups on each display
  • 2 x Quad core processors
Dedicated processor per monitor gives superior speed and chart draw performance

GoFree
  • Control both NSO evo2 monitors direct from your Ipad or Android Tablet.
  • NSO evo2 Appears as 2 Separate MFD Displays within the GoFree Application.
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

Chartography Options
Choose from the many available Cartography options on offer to best suit your Location and usage -C-MAP MAX-N -Navionics -Insight -Insight Genesis -NV Digital Chart

Control Options
OP-50 Remote -Full NSO evo2 System control available with OP-50 Remote -*Integrated NSO evo2 Autopilot control functions require OP-50 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

MO-T Monitors
Features:
  • Low Profile Glass Bridge Design
  • More Screen, Less Border
  • Widescreen Displays, HD Resolutions
  • Touch/Non-Touch Option
  • High Bright Backlight Option
  • Picture in Picture
  • On-Glass Menu Keys
  • VESA bracket Mounting Option
  • IP66 in Dash Mounting
  • Suitable for any monitor application (not limited to Simrad)

High Definition Widescreen Displays
  • Higher Definition LCD panels enable more information to be presented on the display
  • For a defined chart zoom level, user can see a larger area of chart in full detail
  • For an echo sounder panel, more vertical pixels means more vertical resolution and target detail in the water column
  • Wide LCD format makes more effective use of boat dashboard space
  • Widescreen aspect ratios give more usable panel shapes in split modes
Included:
000-10998-001 NSO EVO2 Insight Processor Unit
000-11262-001 MO19-T Monitor
000-12364-001 OP50 Remote
000-11043-001 GS25 GPS Antenna
000-11245-001 Card Reader
000-11248-001 HDMI Cable 3M
000-11247-001 Touch Monitor Serial Cable 2M
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad NSO evo2 Single 19" Multi-Touch Monitor Bundle 000-13566-001 SIMRAD NSO EVO2 SINGLE 19" MONITOR, GS25 , OP50 , MO19T
$6999.00
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