Chartplotter, radar and sonar are just the main tasks that the AXIOM XL 16 GlassBridge marine display performs. As part of these functions, it provides:
- support for Navionics and C-MAP maps - the best navigation cartographic systems that allow you to get seamless maps of the required region with short sailing directions;
- scanning of the water area with a frequency of 10 Hz, which helps to monitor compliance with the route at previously defined waypoints, determining the location of the vessel, recording the progress along the route in real time;
- scanning of the underwater space in order to search for fish, sunken objects, study the structure of the bottom, etc. using various sensors combining RealVision 3D sonar, RVX1000 3D CHIRP, CHIRP technologies: DownVision, SideVision, High Frequency, etc.
Only these three functions perform the maximum task of ensuring the safety of the longest cruise and leave most of the time for catching fish, not for finding it.
The open platform allows you to expand the display and multiply its functions by connecting any Raymarine navigation equipment.
In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology and Raymarine screen protector provide wide viewing angles, high contrast, image quality and glare-free performance even in bright sunlight.
Buy the AXIOM XL 19 GlassBridge marine display - a powerful center of navigational information, a reliable assistant in the sea.
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