This open-array radar highlights moving targets in color and gives you excellent close- and long-range target detection — even in fog or rain.
This 120-watt solid-state radar has a range from 20’ to 96 nautical miles, even in fog or rain. It offers rotation speeds of 24 RPM for reduced power consumption and 48 RPM for fast screen updates.
The 1.8-degree horizontal beamwidth provides a high-resolution image and high antenna gain to pick out even weak targets at a distance.
MotionScope uses the Doppler effect to detect moving targets and highlight them in different colors so you can navigate around other boats or severe weather — or toward fishing spots where birds feed at the surface.
This radar doesn’t have any complex user settings to deal with, so it’s easy to install and start using.
Adjust the size of objects on the radar image.
Locate flocks of birds at the water’s surface where baitfish are also likely to be found.
A historical “trail” is left on the screen to help you quickly and easily identify moving targets and potential collision threats.
A single radar antenna is capable of providing split-screen images on your Chartplotter for both close and long-range.
Using dual radar provides redundancy and allows each display unit on the boat to pull data from one of two different radar sources.
Gain automatically adjusts levels to optimum settings for harbors, near shore, and offshore in open waters.
Gain automatically adjusts sea clutter for calm, medium, and rough sea conditions
Overlay radar images onto your chartplotter’s map page. You can add an optional autopilot or heading sensor (sold separately) for best results
Mini-automatic radar plotting aid (MARPA) tracks up to 10 selected targets, helping you keep track of other vessels and avoid collisions.
Set the safety zone, and receive an alarm when an object enters the zone.
Variable range markers (VRM) and electronic bearing lines (EBL) allow rapid measurements of distance and bearing to vessels and land.
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