Multifunction displays are made to be used individually, or as the hub of a comprehensive onboard network.
Pair the power and convenience of a multifunction display with a radar in one easy kit.
Rugged, dependable and portable , handheld GPS devices are ready to travel with any boater or outdoor enthusiast.
These new open arrays and compact dome radars look familiar, but the elegant engineering is advanced and is transforming marine radar as we know it.
Additional Products with GPS Capability
Standalone combo units make sense for most owners of mid-sized boats. Use GPS for navigation to the fishing grounds, view only the fishfinder or see both on split screen.
If you only want to see what’s below, standalone dedicated fishfinders give the biggest display and the best performance for the lowest cost.
Network & Sonar Accessories
The transducer is the heart of a fishfinder system, changing electrical pulses into sound waves or acoustic energy and back again.
When used with compatible fishfinders, black box sonar modules can increase power and enhance performance.
Selecting Networked Marine Electronics
In this era where you can surf the web, take photos and play streamed Pandora songs on your smartphone, it’s all about being connected. Boaters want to connect their VHF radio to a GPS, monitor their fuel consumption and see radar images on one display—and they can.READ MORE...
Selecting Marine Radar
Marine radars are the best collision avoidance system ever developed for the recreational boater. Radar systems let you navigate safely through darkness, fog and stormy weather. Once used only on large vessels, radar units are now compact, draw little electricity and are sized to fit boats as small as 18' in ...READ MORE...
How the GPS System Operates
The Global Positioning System is a satellite-based navigation system that provides accurate position fixes 24 hours a day, on land, sea and air, in any weather, with no subscription or fee.READ MORE...
Fishfinder Technology Explained
Fishfinders allow anglers to see a graphic representation of what is beneath their boats and identify fish. To choose a fishfinder, consider the type of unit—whether it includes GPS and is part of a boatwide network, the size of the fishfinder’s footprint, and what frequencies will work best...READ MORE...