Raymarine a9/a12 MFD

Raymarine’s new a9 and a12 multifunction touch displays now feature the latest LightHouse II user interface. This enables full screen customization with all new Digital, CHIRP, or CHIRP DownVision sonar channels working simultaneously. These powerhouse units are supported by a dual-core processor and a dedicated graphics card to provide smooth zooming and panning of both Raymarine LightHouse vector and raster charts. The a9 and a12 have built in Wi-Fi allowing boaters to access and control their unit anywhere onboard using Raymarine’s mobile apps. This Wi-Fi also gives Navionics users the ability to update charts on the MFD wirelessly using their new app.

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10Hz internal GPS and external antenna support
Video over IP support for security cameras
Built-in Bluetooth for remote control of music
Visual and thermal night vision camera support
NMEA adapter included
RMK-9 wired remote and RCU-3 wireless steering remote not included

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