Raymarine’s new Element range of HyperVision™ sonar/GPS navigation displays delivers never-before-seen levels of detail, speed and clarity.
Thanks to breakthrough 6-channel sonar and HyperVision™ 1.2 megahertz super-high resolution CHIRP technology, Element produces the sharpest images ever of the underwater world — with three times the clarity of conventional side and down-scanning sonars!
DownVision, SideVision, and RealVison 3D sonar are taken to the next level of precision imaging and fish identification, allowing anglers to quickly identify structures, vegetation and fish with life-like clarity — right down to 185m!
Despite this revolutionary sophistication, Element is incredibly easy to use. Using Raymarine’s new LightHouse Sport operating system, Element’s simple keypad controls let anglers focus on the fish, not the owner’s manual.
Element also delivers instantaneous chart redraw, smooth RealVision 3D imaging and fast response while underway, making it easy to instantly identify ledges, channel beds and other contour changes while passing over them.
An oversized waypoint key makes it quick and easy to mark new fishing spots, even in rough weather, while its three user-programmable keys give fast access to the owner’s favourite screen configurations.
Also on display will be Raymarine’s breakthrough new ClearCruise™ Augmented Reality (AR) enables skippers to make smarter, safer decisions by overlaying vital navigational and AIS information directly onto the high-definition (HD) video feed on their Axiom Multi Function Displays (MFDs).
ClearCruise AR makes complex navigation and high-traffic situations easy to understand. It enables skippers to quickly judge distances between their own boat and other vessels or navigation hazards nearby, giving them greater confidence and peace of mind when navigating busy or unfamiliar waterways.
Check out the exciting new Element 3D HyperVision™ and ClearCruise AR displays on the Lusty and Blundell stand, stand 297. Also on display will be Sterling Powers new battery-to-battery chargers, that enable fast charging while underway, without the need for complex wiring or the need to tamper with the boat’s Electronic Control Units (ECUs) or the risk of voiding the alternator’s warranty.
Skippers or crew simply connect the battery-to-battery charger between the charging battery and the battery being charged and enjoy all of the benefits of advanced charging without any of the drawbacks.
04 May 2019