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Essential Power Boater Equipment

NSO evo2 & Insight Charts

Quad-core marine processor with dual monitor output. Includes Insight USA charts. Dual independent video outputs: whether installed with two monitors side-by-side or a monitor and a tablet, boaters can display a chart on one and sonar, radar, or any other panel on the other. Easily manage multiple displays with Bridge Control. Integrate with Simrad performance modules including 4G Broadband radar, BSM-3 CHIRP echosounder, StructureScan 3D, and more. GoFree™ wireless technology for online chart downloads, map creation, system-wide software updates, and smartphone/tablet integration (requires optional Wi-Fi module). Includes Insight charts (USA only) plus full support for C-MAP MAX-N and Navionics cartography. Bring the convenience of in-car navigation to boating with support for Navionics Dock-to-dock Autorouting and C-MAP Easy Routing. Easier trip planning with TripIntel™ technology. High-performance quad-core processor for rapid, responsive operation across both monitors. Simrad HEROiC user interface, optimized for widescreen monitors and multi-touch gesture control. Add traditional hands-on controls with the Simrad OP50 remote controller plus USB mouse, trackball, and keyboard support. Compact and lightweight design for ease of installation, even on smaller vessels
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Simrad HALO-4 Pulse Compression Radar

25W solid-state pulse compression radar with 4-foot open array antenna, 64nm range, and Beam Sharpening. True 64nm range with 4-foot open array antenna. Beam Sharpening for enhanced target separation. Simultaneous Dual Range operation. Dedicated Harbour, Offshore, Weather, and Bird modes. High-speed 48 RPM operation for rapid updates. Ready instantly from standby, and in 16-25 seconds from power-on. MARPA target tracking (up to 10 targets, 20 in dual range). Optional VelocityTrack™ Doppler upgrade for collision avoidance

RS90 VHF Radio with AIS

Modular VHF system with 6-station support and integrated AIS receiver. Includes wired handset and speaker. Premium modular VHF radio. Up to 6 stations: 4 wired and 2 wireless handsets. Includes one HS90 wired handset and external speaker. Works with the optional HS35 wireless handset. Class D DSC functionality. Dual and tri-channel watch functions. Optional hailer and foghorn support
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NAC-3 Autopilot Computer

Autopilot computer for high-current drive units, suitable for vessels above 10 metres/35 feet in length. Reliable autopilot performance based on Continuum Steering technology. Recommended for boats above 10 metres (35 feet) in length. Compatible with high-current drive pumps, mechanical drives, hydraulic linear drives, and solenoid valves. Virtual rudder feedback for simplified installation aboard outboard and sterndrive boats. Supports Simrad RF25 and RF300 rudder feedback units. NMEA 2000® connectivity to heading sensors, rudder feedbacks, dedicated autopilot controllers, and multifunction displays. NMEA 0183® input

Ultimate Control & Easy-to-Use

Simrad glass bridge systems provide total control with intuitive multi-touch displays, and dedicated controllers for rougher conditions.

Build out the perfect system with a modular approach, adding radar, navigation, sonar and navigation components, all surfaced on beautiful flush mount displays, designed to improve the aesthetics of your bridge.

Upgrade your system with an Autopilot

With over 60 years of autopilot design and development you can be confident when leaving the wharf that you will arrive safely at your destination. Like a trusted extra crewmember always ready to take the helm, Simrad autopilot solutions free your hands from the wheel so you can relax and easily operate other instruments while underway. 

See and be seen

Raising your situational awareness in unknown waters and busy harbours reduces the risk to your vessel. Forward-looking sonar technology provides real-time imaging of what lies ahead of the boat to avoid running aground in poorly-charted waters. Adding AIS allows you to see and be seen by other vessels by exchanging navigational data, essential for busy ports and harbours. Radar highlights both navigation hazards and weather cells.