Raymarine recently launched its new e-Series and c-Series line of multifunction displays that are packed with powerful features, including wireless streaming to iPhone and iPads.
Expanding on the award its e7 multifunction display, Raymarine’s e-Series and c-Series models provide a wider selection of screen sizes and control options. Both c-Series and e-Series displays offer all-in-one display navigation that includes GPS chartplotting and options for sonar, radar, and thermal night vision. Every c-Series and e-Series display is equipped with a dual core processor, plus a third dedicated graphics processor, so boaters can enjoy rapid zooming, a responsive user interface and better graphics.
The e-Series HybridTouch displays are available in a 9-inch and 12.1-inch versions, giving boaters a big screen experience in a very small footprint. Like the e7, the new e-Series displays are available with or without a built-in ClearPulse digital sonar.
All of the e-Series displays feature Raymarine’s HybridTouch touch screen with the easy-to-use LightHouse user interface. This combination offers an intuitive touch screen that is simple to control, yet incredibly flexible, allowing boaters the choice of touch screen or keypad operation. The smartphone-inspired Lighthouse can easily be customized by simply dragging and dropping navigation apps into a split-screen configuration.
In addition to e-Series, Raymarine is launching the all new c-Series multifunction displays in both 9-inch and 12.1-inch versions. The c-Series displays offer boaters a remarkable combination of value and performance, with an easy-to-use keypad and rotary control for interacting with the simple LightHouse user interface. Like the HybridTouch e-Series, the keypad controlled c-Series are available with or without a built-in ClearPulse Digital sonar.
Both c-Series and e-Series offer extensive wired and wireless networking capabilities. Bluetooth networking supports the optional RCU-3 steering wheel remote control, and wireless control of Bluetooth compatible MP3 players and smartphones.
Every c-Series and e-Series display also has Wi-Fi connectivity to allow boaters to stream live video to their iPad or iPhone. With Wi-Fi streaming anyone on board can see charts, sonar, radar and even thermal night vision. e-Series and c-Series displays also offer mix-and-match networking with up to six displays.
Like the e7, the new e-Series and c-Series models are designed with a sleek, low-profile bezel that maximizes the screen size, while minimizing the overall footprint on the boat’s helm. Every Raymarine c-Series and e-Series multifunction display includes a built-in 50 channel, high sensitivity internal GPS, and versions are available with Navionics ready-to-navigate coastal or inland charts included on a micro SD card. The system can further be expanded with Raymarine’s complete line of marine HD Color radars antennas, ClearPulse CHIRP sonar modules, thermal night-vision cameras, SIRIUS marine weather receivers, NMEA2000 instruments, autopilots, and much, much more.
|c95 9” MFD||
|c97 9” MFD with built in Sonar||
|c125 12” MFD||
|c127 -12” MFD with built in Sonar||
|e95 9” HybridTouch MFD||
|e97 9” HybridTouch MFD with built in sonar||
|e125 12” HybridTouch MFD||
|e127 12″ HybridTouch MFD with built in sonar||
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