AXIOM+ 9 Touch with integrated RealVision 3D Sonar, RV-100 transducer and AIS 700

2,571.39 

Marine chartplotter Raymarine AXIOM +9 AIS 700 is equipped with a powerful processor, which ensures fast, seamless map drawing. Fast touch speed is the same in any weather conditions and doesn't depend on how dirty the screen or your hands are thanks to the HydroTough coating. You would be wise to buy AXIOM+ 9 with AIS transceiver (automatic identification system) – it enhances maritime situational awareness, enhancing sailing safety.

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AXIOM+ 9 AIS 700 all-weather display is shipped with the easy-to-learn and use LightHouse 3 operating system. The OS supports C-MAP mapping, Navionics, an extended set of Lighthouse maps, and day and night mode. The ship's position is determined by highly sensitive GPS/GLONASS.

Raymarine AXIOM+ 9 AIS 700’s features are enhanced thanks to a class B automated identification system transceiver that provides:

  • receipt of information from ships at sea;
  • transmission of data about your ship to the systems of other ships;
  • stopping the transmission of information with the identification of your vessel, but maintaining the reception of data about surrounding vessels using the Silent mode, which is important in fishing competitions or in dangerous areas with pirates;
  • increasing the speed of information transfer and range using SOTDMA technology.

SOTDMA AIS transponders are not suppressed by Class A devices. Another advantage of the AIS 700 transceiver is that it can use the same antenna as the VHF voice radiotelephone, since they operate on the same bandwidth.

Raymarine's navigation display platform is designed for future expansion - you can buy a marine chartplotter AXIOM+ 9 AIS 700 with many additional peripherals. 

Features of AXIOM+ 9 Touch with integrated RealVision 3D Sonar, RV-100 transducer and AIS 700

    Brand
    Raymarine
    Voltage, V DC
    12 (8 to 16)
    Weight, kg
    2.27
    Operating temperature
    -25 to +55 °C
    Main features
    Display size, inch
    9
    With transducer
    Yes
    NMEA0183
    No
    Bluetooth
    Yes
    Sonar module
    Yes
    Installation height, mm
    145
    Installation width, mm
    231
    Sea Charts
    C-MAP 4D, Navionics+, Navionics Platinum+, LightHouse Charts
    Radar capable
    Yes
    Operating mode
    Touch screen
    NMEA2000
    Yes
    WiFi
    Yes
    Ethernet / Network
    Yes,1x port
    Nautical chart support
    Yes
    Tablet control
    Yes
    Technical data
    Video/camera
    Compatible with CAM210IP and CAM220IP (max. 10 cameras)
    Resolution, mm
    1280 x 720
    Brightness, nits
    1500
    Viewing angle, °
    85° top, bottom, left, right
    Power consumption, W
    11.98
    Ethernet, ports
    Yes, 1x port (RayNet)
    NMEA2000, ports
    Yes, 1x port (Micro C)
    NMEA0183
    No
    SeaTalkNG
    Adapter cable necessary
    USB
    1x USB mircoAB
    GPS
    Integrated (10 Hz, 28 channel) GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/Beidou
    Sonar
    Integrated
    Radar
    Compatible with Quantum, Digital, HD Color/Super HD Colour and Magnum radar antennas
    AIS
    Yes, via NMEA2000
    Card slot
    1x
    Autopilot operation
    Evolution autopilot
    Storage temperature
    -30 to +70 °C
    Thermal image
    FLIR AX8, M232, M300 series, M400, M500
    Waterproof
    IPX6 / IPX7
    Dimensions, mm
    244 x 158 x 77
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