Raymarine i70 range
Whether your passion is sailing, power boating or fishing, the stylish all new Raymarine i70, p70 and p70R are for you. Packed full of powerful features but very easy to use, the family consists of a Raymarine i70 multifunctional instrument head, and two autopilot control heads - one tailored for powerboaters (Raymarine p70R) and one for sailors (Raymarine p70).
Display what you want where you need it.
The stylish new Raymarine i70 instrument display is packed full of powerful features but remains very easy and slick to use.
The large 4" LCD screen is a model of clarity for superb visibility at distance and acute angles.
4" over-sized LCD display with 160º viewing angles
Maxi 1.7 in (43 mm) digits in full screen mode
Anti-reflective coating for improved visibility in bright sunlight
New LightHouse user interface is simple and quick to use
Supported data views include: Wind, Speed, Depth, Tridata, Engine (NMEA 2000), Environmental (NMEA 2000), Fuel (NMEA 2000) and navigation
Low power - typically 132mA/ 1.6W
All New LightHouse User Interface
Designed for the way boaters think! Raymarine's exclusive LightHouse User Interface offers an incredibly easy-to-use navigation experience.
LightHouse intuitively places frequently used navigation functions right at your fingertips.
The LightHouse User Interface is also consistent with the new Raymarine e7 HybridTouch display. So once you are familiar with i70 you'll be at home with the e7 too!
The Raymarine i70 instrument display can be customized to suit your personal boating requirements. From traditional analog dials to engine information and tank levels, Raymarine i70 has the capabilities to show it all.
Raymarine i70 seamlessly integrates with SeaTalkNG and NMEA 2000 marine networks. User-selectable data sources allow integration on multi-sensor networks.
Repeat AIS data from NMEA 2000 AIS receivers. View the closest 25 AIS equipped vessels and select individual targets to obtain vessel information.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 26 September, 2013.