Sitex NavStar 10CFR GPS Chart Plotter/Sonar/Radar System, 10" Color TouchScreen TFT XGA LCD w/Internal GPS Antenna

Sitex NavStar 10CFR GPS Chart Plotter/Sonar/Radar System, 10" Color     TouchScreen TFT XGA LCD w/Internal GPS Antenna
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NavStar 12CF GPS Chart Plotter 600W or 1KW Sonar System, 10" Color TouchScreen TFT XGA LCD w/Internal GPS Antenna

New SI-TEX NavStar 10" & 12" MFD's feature High Brightness, High Resolution
Hybrid Touch Screen Displays, offer the versatility of hybrid touch-screen
operation, allowing navigators to access all of the unit's advanced featur
via simple touch screen or traditional controls.

NavStar's versatility is further enhanced by its built-in Bluetooth and Wifi
connectivity, providing fast Internet connection, automatic chart and
software updating, and the ability for boaters to enjoy their favorite video
and music entertainment.

NavStar's 4kw dual-range radar capability lets users view both close-in an
and far-away targets at the same time, for enhanced safety and situational
awareness in all conditions. The built-in GPS Chart Plotter provides
radar/chart overlay capabilities with all the advanced navigation features
and content-rich detail of trusted C-MAP cartography.

NavStar's feature an advanced Digital 1kW or 600 watt dual-frequency
50/200kHz Sonar providing advanced detail of bottom composition, structure
and suspended fish schools. NavStar uses traditional dual frequency
transducers allowing it to be retrofitted to existing transducers without
the need to purchase expensive Chirp transducers.

NavStar's are optimized to take full advantage of the optional Skymate
Satellite Communications and Vessel Tracking Systems. Providing the users
with up to date Weather forecasts, Nexrad Radar, and Sea Surface
Temperatures, also allows users to Transmit Text messages, Emails, and Fax
via Skymate from anywhere offshore.
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