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Simrad Introduces Shipmate RS2400 Chartplotter

Simrad, Inc. has introduced the Shipmate RS2400, a 10-in. dedicated watertight chartplotter with advanced GPS positioning and detailed CMap electronic charts. The RS2400 employs newly d e v e l o p e d Mark II software enhancements including fast chart u p d a t i n g , instant zoom repeat, way- point and route editing by "rubberbanding" and navigation on track with autopilot output. Available in color or monochrome, in a large LCD display, both versions offer 1,000 waypoints/ marks plus nine tracks. In addition, the color version reportedly offers excellent readability for indoor installation, and the black and white version provides optimum readability in any lighting condition. Important features include: dual speed indicator; external memory capability; and for improved accuracy, RS2400 is differential ready to receive RTCM 104 data from land-based reference stations via a connected differential GPS receiver.

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