Chart plotter CPN700i
weather stationradioAIS

chart plotter
chart plotter
chart plotter
chart plotter
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chart plotter, weather station, radio, AIS, GPS, WAAS
Application domain
for ships
color, digital
VHF, NMEA 2000®
Other characteristics
with touch screen, with integrated antenna, waterproof, plug-and-play, with external antenna


7" T0UCH SCREEN MULTIMEDIA WAAS GPS CHART PLOTTER WITH INTERNAL ANTENNA AND BUILT-IN C-MAP CHARTS High resolution 800x480, sunlight viewable bonded LCD display with 1000Nit backlight Built-in detailed charts for coastal navigation of USA including Alaska, Hawaii and Great Lakes, Canada, Bahamas, Caribbean, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Central America Built-in Wi-Fi® capability, Internet Web Browser and Multi-Media Player Stream live music or video and listen effortlessly from the chart plotter’s front panel built-in speakers USB connection for memory stick to watch movies, view pictures, or listen to music Pair with an iPhone or iPad using Jeppesen's free Plan2Nav mobile app NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 compatible Jeppesen’s C-Weather forecasting service includes wind speed/direction, wave height and weather type projections Dual station networking capability Optional C-Map 4D cartography for viewing 3D, raster or vector charts and an intensive library of photos and POI’s Internal 50 channel WAAS GPS antenna with external antenna connection Dual chart window with independent zoom levels Displays DSC Distress and Position report calls received from a DSC VHF radio AIS and FF525 Fish Finder capable One NTSC or PAL Video inputs 3000 Marks / 50 Routes / 20 Tracks with 10,000 available track points Supplied with a swivel mounting bracket and flush mounting hardware Overall dimension: 9.27"W x 6.9"H x 2.6"D Flush mount cut out: 5.5"W x 8"W 3-Year waterproof warranty
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