Raymarine New C Series Brings Wide Screen Advantage to Australia
Raymarine Brings the Wide Screen Advantage to Australia with the New C-Series
New Multifunction Displays Offer Expanded Viewing, Increased Performance and Smarter Navigation
Raymarine Asia introduced its new line of C-Series Widescreen Multifunction Displays (MFD) to the Australian market at the 2009 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. The new MFDs expand the power of multifunction navigation with larger, higher resolution displays, increased performance, expanded networking and video integration. Widescreen technology offers more viewing area and larger split window configurations, enabling boaters to view more navigation data, increasing situational awareness while navigating the open waters.
The C-Series Widescreen range is available in three sizes of sunlight viewable colour displays: the 9” C90W, the 12” C120W and the 14” C140W. Perfect for centre consoles, cruisers and sailing yachts, the new features offered with the C-Series Widescreen enable boaters to:
The theatre-like widescreen display enables operators to view more navigation data, such as charting, radar, fishfinder and video, simultaneously on a single display without compromising usability. In addition, the highly customisable C-Series Widescreen user interface lets you split the screen in multiple window combinations.
Ready to Navigate
Engineered to navigate straight out of the box, the C-Series Widescreen features a highly sensitive GPS sensor built into the display housing, eliminating the need for an external GPS in most installations. The widescreen displays are pre-loaded with Navionics Silver grade charts, perfect for navigation. Finally, Raymarine’s proven multifunction navigation interface offers intuitive soft keys for frequently used navigation functions, and the new UniControl™ combined cursor and rotary control simplifies menu operation and feature selections.
For more information on the new C Series Widescreen please call 02 9479 4800 or visit www.raymarine.com.au.