With the Purchase of T70152, T70155, E70285-LNC, T70156, E70237-US, E70284-LNC, E70237-LNC, E70285-US, T70154, T70158, T70157, T70153, E70235-LNC, E70236-LNC, E70298, E70258, E70235-US, E70236-US, E70284-US, T70256. E52069E, E52081E, E92160E, E52082E, E70023-LNC, E70024-LNC.
Valid January 4, 2016 — April 30, 2016
e-Series HybridTouch displays let you enjoy the best of both worlds, with a hybrid combining touchscreen and keypad/UniController joystick control, giving you the convenience of touchscreen and the confidence of keypad control in rough seas.
Wi-Fi Connectivity: We live in a mobile world, and that is why Raymarine has designed innovative connectivity features into the new e-Series displays. Every e-Series display is equipped with built-in Wi-fi for streaming to Apple iPhones or iPads. Simply download the RayViewer app from the Apple store and transform your iPhone or iPad into Raymarine repeater. View charts, sonar, radar, even thermal night vision right from anywhere onboard. Use built in Wi-Fi to synchronize waypoints and routes with your SmartPhone running Navionics Mobile apps. Plan your next voyage on your iPhone or iPad and then wirelessly sync all your waypoints and routes with any new c-Series or e-Series display. Built-in high-sensitivity 50-channel GPS receiver.
Navigate with Freely Available NOAA Raster and Vector Charts: e-Series owners can now experience greater charting flexibility with the introduction of LightHouse Charts. These free charts are derived from NOAA charts and offer a simple solution for navigating U.S. coastal waters. LightHouse Charts are available in Raster or Vector formats.
Bluetooth Steering Wheel and MP3 Controls: Add the optional RCU-3 Remote Control and Multimedia Control with Bluetooth connectivity, and you can control your display from the steering wheel or anywhere on board (via the RCU-3’s steering wheel mount or lanyard). With your display linked to your smartphone or MP3 player, you can also control music playback right from the RCU-3 remote at the helm, with your smartphone stored in a safe and dry location.
Intuitive User Interface: Revolutionary new user interface called LightHouse takes electronic navigation to a new level of simplicity. An intuitive home screen of easy-to-understand icons and the simple LightHouse menu structure put commonly used navigation functions right at your fingertips. Dual core main processor and dedicated graphics co-processor achieve amazing speed and performance. LED backlit displays are both super bright and energy efficient, using up to 40 percent less power than previous generation devices. They’re waterproof and suitable for both above and below-deck installations.
Easy to Network: Raymarine SeaTalkhs networking technology makes it easy to build a system. Mix and match any combination of new c-Series and e-Series displays, up to six total. Then choose your sensors and scanners like high definition digital radar, sonar modules including the CP450C ClearPulse™ CHIRP sonar module, SiriusXM Marine weather, and even thermal night vision.
|Diagonal Screen Size||12.1"|
|Dimensions||13 7/8" Width x 8 11/16" Height x 2 9/16" Depth|
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Comments about Raymarine e125 12" Multi-Function Display with US LightHouse Vector Charts:
A nice display except it will drive you nuts. Starting a generator, using a powered winch or windlass, starting the motor, each will crash this and cause a reboot.
It was near impossible to center the cursor on a given spot to select an AIS target for more information. Why should it jump around?
There are two completely different menus systems. I spent 90 minutes trying to dim the display and finally gave up. It turned out to have a second menu system in the power button. Ok, now that I know that, it is easy, but made it impossible to dim the display that night. It is a stupid thing to do really. Why not have a link to that menu in the main menu system.
OK, now if you want to link this to the standard NMEA 2000 network you will need to spend a small fortune in adapter. They should know that this is what people will do and make a helpful cable. NO INSTEAD they want to screw you over and force you to use all Ray Marine Products. That is not going to happen.
It all starts with the chart display. Choose another brand that is compatible with NMEA 2000 without enormous hassles and expensive cables and you will find yourself much happier using some other product.