Raymarine i50 Tridata Display System with Thru-Hull Transducers
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i50 SeaTalkNG Instruments
Raymarine's i50 instruments offer boaters an excellent combination of great looks, high performance, and great value. Designed to accommodate either standalone or fully integrated installations, i50 instruments feature Raymarine's exclusive SeaTalkNG networking for simple installation and bulletproof reliability. Each instrument offers extra-large digits, razor-sharp LCD displays, and red backlighting for outstanding visibility in all lighting conditions. For ultimate flexibility, i50 instruments support SeaTalkNG 0 CANBUS networking, as well as Raymarine's original SeaTalk1 networking. This makes upgrading older instruments a breeze. Connect your analog depth, speed, and wind transducers directly to respective instrument display, or use the displays as repeaters for SeaTalkNG smart transducer data - the choice is yours. The instruments' ultra-sleek design fully complements Raymarine's full line of A-Series, C-Series, and E-Series multifunction displays and looks great on the helm of any boat. Ultra-efficient i50 instruments are designed to operate from 12V DC power, drawing less than 1W as repeaters or 2.4W while hosting a transducer. All i50 instruments are waterproof to IPX6 standards. Built-in depth and speed transducer connections make installation a breeze. The i50's 4.3" x 4.5" footprint is identical to older Raymarine ST60+ instrumentation, making upgrading easy. Each instrument comes with a low-profile, surface-mounting kit and a silicone rubber sun cover. An optional bracket-mounting kit is also available (sold separately). Two-year warranty.
- Functions of i50 Speed and Depth in one display
- Current depth/speed, distance/trip logs, H2O temp
- Measures maximum/average speed; VMG to windward
- Shallow/deep depth and shallow/deep anchor alarms
- P120 and P139 speed/temp/depth transducers