The AIS700 from Raymarine is a Class B Automatic Identification System (AIS) transceiver with a built-in antenna splitter.
- Full transmit and receive AIS for enhanced situational awareness and safety
- Latest SO-TDMA networking for longer range and faster performance
- Built-in antenna splitter simplifies installation with existing VHF radio antenna
- NMEA2000, NMEA0183, PC (setup & diagnostics) and SeaTalkng compatible
- Software or hardware switchable Silent Mode for enhanced security when needed
The AIS950 Class A receiver and transmitter is approved to deep sea and inland waterway standards and offers a highly intuitive user interface.
- Combined receiver and transmitter
- Approved for deep sea and inland waterway standards
- Fully compliant Class A AIS product
- Advanced radio communications technology
- Intuitive user interface for easy access to all information
- Large, high visibility mono LCD
Raymarine TH-Series Thermal Cameras
The new Raymarine TH-Series Thermal Cameras gives boaters the power to see clearly in total darkness. Both models use the same proven FLIR thermal imaging technology as Raymarine’s premium T Series fixed mount thermal night vision systems, but in compact, handheld easily accessible format.
Raymarine’s T Series thermal night vision cameras.
Raymarine’s T Series thermal night vision camera systems use cutting-edge Ethernet connectivity for easy installation, control, and interface with other on-board electronics. The rugged, waterproof gimbal enclosure provides a continuous 360º pan and ±90º tilt for an all round view.
Thermal night vision cameras make navigation safer with clear video that helps you to see hazards like buoys, floating debris, rocks, land, bridges, and other vessels night and day. Thermal night vision cameras from Raymarine are easy to use, and require no training. The images you get from thermal night vision cameras are intuitive and instantly easy to understand. Talk to Bob Clow about these new night vision cameras and find out how your world of boating can get a lot safer.