E Series Widescreen with HybridTouch™ and T Series Thermal Imaging Cameras
15 January 2011
Raymarine’s E Series Widescreen, which has received wide acclaim since its launch, is now available with an exciting upgrade allowing seamless integration of thermal imaging control. Now built-in as a standard feature, existing E Series Widescreen owners will be able to download this function via a system update.
E Series Widescreen users who purchase one of the new T Series range of Thermal Imaging Cameras can control the camera via the HybridTouch™ control. This
new function means the E Series Widescreen continues to be the company’s most flexible, technically advanced, and easy-to-use multi-function navigation display to date.
Raymarine’s HybridTouch™ technology gives users the flexibility of touch screen control alongside the use of the UniControl™ which integrates cursor and OK key in one rotary wheel plus the traditional hard buttons; a seamless mix of both methods. A completely new user interface means boaters can easily personalise their home screen, setting up the E Series Widescreen to their specific requirements. A built-in tutorial guides users through the many new functions and features available.
Raymarine’s ‘touch of genius’ can now see in the dark!
The E Series Widescreen comes with embedded Navionics ready-to navigate cartography, and is compatible with Navionics charts including Gold, Platinum, and Platinum Plus with TurboView. Available in three sizes – the E90W, E120W and E140W – the touch screen features enable fast chart panning, instant access to chart and navigation data simply by tapping the screen. A full ‘qwerty’ on-screen keyboard is used to edit and name routes and waypoints. Touch-by-touch manual route building is simplicity itself.
Visibility and clarity in all conditions are key criteria for many users, and the E Series Widescreen has a brilliant sunlight viewable colour display. It uses optically bonded LCD display technology to improve the contrast, and provide maximum readability. With fully customisable screens, users can see at a glance data inputs from optional integrated sources including the fish below them, hidden hazards viewable via the HD Digital radar and AIS antenna, through to engine data and fuel levels. Up to five E Series Widescreens can be networked together via SeaTalkhs. Connect up to eight SeaTalkhs nodes (a node is an MFD or sensor) on a single network using the SeaTalkhs network switch.
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