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Simrad R3016 Radar Control Unit Display - 16" w/HALO-4 Radar Bundle

Simrad R3016 Radar Control Unit Display - 16" w/HALO-4 Radar Bundle
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R3016 Radar Control Unit Display - 16" with HALO™-4 Radar Bundle

The Simrad R3016 is a dedicated radar control unit with integrated 16-inch widescreen display, compatible with a range of Simrad radar solutions including Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and HD Digital Radar. An ideal safety and navigation accessory for offshore cruisers and sportfishing vessels, the R3016 offers versatile flush or bracket-mount installation options and intuitive keypad based operation for reliable control in all conditions.

Features:
  • Dedicated radar control unit
  • Compatible with Simrad Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and HD Digital Radar systems
  • Automatic tuning system
  • Anti-sea-clutter technology for an optimum picture under adverse weather conditions
  • MARPA target tracking
  • 16-inch HD widescreen display
  • HDMI output for an optional secondary display or remotely-operated "clone" station
  • Keypad and rotary-dial interface with 8 direct-access menu keys
  • Bracket and flush-mount installation options
  • Ethernet, NMEA0183 & NMEA2000 connectivity


HALO™-4

Combining the best characteristics of traditional pulse and FMCW broadband radar systems, Simrad's Halo™ Radar uses Pulse Compression technology to provide an unprecedented mix of long and short detection range, high target definition, and minimal clutter. Solid State technology means minimal warm-up time and maximum ocean-going reliability, while compliance with upcoming Low Emission standards makes Halo Radar safe to run in anchorages and marinas.

Features:
  • True 64nm range with 4' open array antenna
  • Beam Sharpening with Target Separation Control
  • Dual Range operation with NSS/NSO multifunction displays
  • Advanced signal processing with Harbour, Offshore, Weather, Bird, and Custom modes
  • High-speed 48RPM operation
  • InstantOn™, ready in 16-25 seconds from power-on, instant from standby
  • MARPA target tracking, up to 10 targets (20 with dual range)
  • Low electromagnetic emissions and radiation
  • Low power consumption with 12/24V operation
  • Ethernet connectivity
  • Unique blue LED accent lighting in pedestal with brightness control
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