A complete fishfinder/sonar system consists of:
|Multifunction Display (MFD)
|Sonar / Sounder Module (DSM)
|GPS Antenna / Sensor
|Some MFDs require a separate DSM and GPS Antenna while others have these built into the display.
|A powerful sonar system can be achieved by networking a DSM to a Multifunction Display via SeaTalkHS.
|Check to see if your MFD has an internal GPS antenna. If not, you can easily add a Raymarine RayStar125 to your network.
|Finally, you will need a transducer. The type of transducer required depends on your vessel and performance required
Selecting the right Multifunction Display
The NEW Raymarine e7(D) Multifunction Displays and the Raymarine A Series Chartplotter-Fishfinders have HD Digital sonar modules and GPS sensors built in to the displays. Therefore you do not require a separate sounder module or GPS sensor.
A more powerful sonar system can be achieved by networking a Raymarine Digital Sounder Module (DSM) with a compatible Multifunction Display via SeaTalkHS.
|MFDs with built in sonar and GPS sensor
|MFDs that require an external DSM
|Raymarine A Series Chartplotter-Fishfinders
|Raymarine e7(D) Multifunction Display
|Raymarine C Series Widescreen
|Raymarine E Series Widescreen
|Raymarine G Series
For assistance in creating a Raymarine sonar system, please contact your nearest Raymarine dealer.
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