SEAVIEW–Dual Mount for Open Array Radar and Satdome
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Dual Mount for Open Array Radar and Satdome
|Compatibility||Open Array Radars & Satdomes|
Seaview mounts provide the protection you need to securely install electronics on your vessel and and the flexibility to fully customize your boating experience.
Keep your radar antenna centered over the mount base plate with this dual mount. This mount is designed for either closed dome or open array radars. It is the perfect tool for arch applications or installations with limited clearance ahead of the mount. Modular top mounts are used to allow for flexible radar and satdome installations. Because it is a standard DM2 mount you can use it with a number of different adapter plates to meet your boat's exact requirements.
- Personalize Your Mount: This unit is compatible with light bars, satdomes, radars and more. The bottom mounting plate is pre-drilled to fit most open array radars while the top mounting plate is modular and sold separately so you can customize how you use your mount. You can even further increase your Seaview mount's functionality with spreaders and install whatever tools would best benefit your boat.
- Intelligent, Elegant Design: A heavy duty aluminum mast section with a larger base plate supports radar, satdomes and cameras up to 4 1/2'. The sleek white arms have 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 aluminium.
What's in the Box
- PMA-DM2-M2 Base Unit
- Installation Hardware: Gaskets; Brackets; Connectors
- Documentation Packet
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