Boat display MXP-5000
navigation systemmulti-function

boat display
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Function
navigation system, multi-function

Description

The MarineCommander is Icoms marine navigation system, which integrates various marine modules such as a fish finder, marine radar, AIS and VHF transceiver into the multi-function displays (MFD). Up to two MFDs can be connected to a main processor unit (MPU) and support separate dual display operation. If connecting two MarineCommander MPUs via a data cable, up to four MFDs can be used and the connected modules (E.g. fish finder, radar) can be shared with the other MFDs. Affordable Dual Display Connection. Up to Four Displays in a System. The MarineCommander allows you to connect two MFDs simultaneously. All connected modules including chart data, fish finder and marine radar can be shared with two MFDs, which can provide separate operation. The MFD can be installed up to 20m (65.6ft)* away from the MPU. When connecting two MarineCommanders via a data cable, up to 4 displays can be used and C-MAP™ chart data can be shared in the system. * Three optional EX-3187 extension cables are required. Slim and Waterproof The MFD has 69.2mm (2.7 inch) slim dimensions and is light weight for easy flush mount installation. The MFD has IPX7 submersible construction protecting it from water intrusion. The MFD can be connected with a main processor unit (MPU) using a single cable connection and power supplied via the MPU. Daylight Viewable MFD The 12.1 inch size MFD provides 800 × 600 pixels resolution. The 900 cd/m2 high brightness, color LCD with anti-reflecting surface coating glass offers bright, vivid indication in detail even under direct sunlight. The color palette is selectable for day and night mode.

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.