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Simrad NSS7 evo3 Chartplotter/Fishfinder with Insight Charts

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NSS7 evo3 7" Chartplotter/Fishfinder MFD

Navigate, take control, and enjoy an unprecedented level of built-in functionality with NSS evo3. SolarMAX™ HD display technology offers exceptional clarity and ultra-wide viewing angles, combined with an all-weather touchscreen and expanded keypad for total control in all conditions. Cruise confidently with ForwardScan sonar, or fish easier with StructureScan® HD imaging and dual-channel CHIRP-enabled Broadband Sounder technology. Built-in Wi-Fi enables access to GoFree® online services, and delivers smartphone monitoring and tablet control to extend your display's reach well beyond the helm. The NSS7 evo3 features a 7-inch display perfect for centre consoles and other installations where space is at a premium. Includes Insight charts.- 7-inch widescreen SolarMAX™ HD display.

  • Reliable control in all conditions: switch seamlessly between multi-touch and a full keypad with rotary dial
    Integrated echosounder featuring dual-channel CHIRP, ForwardScan® sonar, and StructureScan® HD imaging
  • Add StructureScan® 3D imaging, advanced Broadband Sounder™ capabilities and more via Simrad modules
  • Expand your view with Halo™ Pulse Compression radar, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and other Simrad radar solutions
  • Take complete control of Simrad autopilot systems with the NSS evo3 touchscreen or keypad
  • NMEA 2000® connectivity enables integrated engine monitoring, sound system control, and much more
  • Navigate accurately with an embedded high-gain 10 Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver
  • Enjoy easier trip planning with TripIntel™ technology and support for
  • Navionics Autorouting/C-MAP Easy Routing (automatic routing unavailable in North America)
  • Built-in GoFree™ Wi-Fi enables online features and smartphone monitoring/tablet control
  • Choose flush-mount installation for a low-profile Glass Bridge look, or bracket-mount to install almost anywhere
  • Includes Insight chart
  • Dimensions without bracket and knobs: 9.41"w x 5.90H
  • Dimensions with brack and knbos: 10.35"w x 6.31"h
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