5" Aft Leaning Modular Radar Antenna Mount
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SEAVIEW5" Aft Leaning Modular Radar Antenna Mount


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Model # 14273130 | Mfg # PMA57M1UPC # 839662008952


5" Aft Leaning Modular Radar Antenna Mount

Name Value
Compatibility Closed Dome Radars
Open Array Radars
Type Other Mounts

Product Overview

Seaview mounts provide the protection you need to securely install electronics on your vessel and and the flexibility to fully customize your boating experience.

Raise your radar a level above using this forward leaning mount. This mount is designed for open array and closed dome radars, satdomes and cameras. It is the perfect tool for installations with limited clearance in front of or above the mount. Modular top mounts are used to allow for flexible device installation so you can use it with different adapter plates to meet your boat's exact requirements. 

Key Features

  • Personalize Your Mount: This unit is compatible with open array and closed dome radars, satdomes, and cameras. The mounting plate is modular and sold separately so you can customize how you use your mount.Add spreaders and light bars to increase the functionality of your mount. Install whatever tools would best benefit your boat!
  • Intelligent, Elegant Design: A heavy duty aluminum mast section and platform supports your radar or other mounted electronics. The sleek white frame has watertight gaskets to protect your devices' wiring without creating an eyesore on your vessel. Seaview mounts are manufactured from epoxy primed and powder coated marine grade heavy duty aluminum.

What's in the Box

  • PMA-57-M1 Base Unit
  • Installation Hardware: Gaskets; Brackets; Connectors
  • Documentation Packet

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