Simrad NSS Series Multifunction Displays

Simrad NSS Series Multifunction Displays
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NSS12 evo2 Chartplotter / Multifunction Display w/4G Broadband Radar

The NSS evo2 combines form, fit and function in an easy-to-use multifunction device. The integrated NSS evo2 MFD features a sleek display with TouchSensible™ multi-touch interaction. TouchSensible, provides precision interaction in any sea condition with its logical keypad input and rotary, push-to-enter knob. With its widescreen 16:9 display, integrated StructureScan™ and Broadband sonar, and expandability the NSS evo2 is well suited for center consoles, sportfishing and power cruising boats.

Key Features
  • TouchSensible™ interface with multi-touch control and rotary dial with keypad
  • Embedded, hi-gain 10Hz GPS/GLONASS antenna
  • 16:9 display with pre-set and customizable navigation panels
  • Flush-mount installation and classic black and brushed silver trim panels
  • Embedded CHIRP enabled Broadband sounder and StructureScan™ Sonar
  • Complete vessel integration
  • Best in Class Performance:
    Fast Processor
    Bright Screen
    Easy to Use

  • Intelligent Engineering:
    Low Profile (~8mm) front mount option
    Glass-Bridge look for any vessel
    GPS works in flush mount installations* (*on MOST non-metal boats)

  • Full autopilot integration capability
  • Simrad GoFree WiFi integration capability
  • Networking capability

HEROiC Software
The NSS evo2's HEROiC Software has been engineered for ease of use and to maximize the benefits of widescreen multi-touch display technology. HEROiC has an updated look and feel for Simrad while maintaining the familiar features for the seasoned Simrad user:
  • Easy to access via single press of the Home key
  • Quick access to key page tiles in center of the display via a single press
  • Quick access to configurable favorites on the Right
  • System settings and more complex setup menu controls on the Left
  • Easy to access via single press of the power key or dragging down the status bar from the top of the display
  • Quick access to settings related to the page in view
  • Quick access to brightness controls, Night mode, TouchScreen lock
  • Adjust panel split ratios and turn instrument bar on/off
  • Radar transmit/standby controls
  • Audio/Autopilot controls
  • Customer / boatbuilder can choose from the pre-loaded desktop images or load their own.
  • Mixed-mode user control to provide a powerful multi touch user interface that can also be operated by a keypad when the sea conditions get challenging
  • Pinch to zoom Chart, Echo, Radar
  • Drag the status bar down from the top of the display to access system controls
  • OP40 Remote Controllable
  • Brings the familiarity of Tablet/Smartphone controls to marine electronics

Broadband 4G™ Radar

This radar has all of the benefits of our revolutionary Broadband 3G™ Radar but with more advanced features, including beam sharpening for target separation control, Dual Range radar (NSE & NSO) and increased target detection capabilities.

Key Features
  • Beam Sharpening
  • 0-36nm Range
  • Dual Range when used with NSE/NSO
  • High Speed Mode
  • Advanced Target Detection
  • Crystal Clear Image
  • Automatic Clarity
  • MARPA Target Tracking
  • Dual Guard Zones
  • InstantOn™
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Zero Radiation Hazard
  • Quick Installation
  • Ethernet Connectivity
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad NSS Series Multifunction Displays 000-11451-001 NSS12 evo2 multifunction combo with 4G radar package
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