Simrad-Yachting NSE Series Chartplotter Systems

Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Photo courtesy Simrad-Yachting

Simrad-Yachting announced the NSE series of multifunction marine electronic displays. The most integrated Simrad-branded system ever developed, the fully-networkable NSE is a powerful GPS Chartplotter with embedded cartography for out-of-the-box functionality.

Designed for ease of use, the slim-line NSE Multifunction System incorporates a new menu-driven user interface that includes specific user modes designed to maximize functionality for specific boating segments. Key features include a rotary dial with logical push-to-enter selection that provides convenient function access and cursor control, direct access keys to simplify operation and an alphanumeric keypad that makes data entry a snap. NSE systems feature Simrad SunView screens that incorporate an innovative, low-power white LED backlighting technology. SunView displays are rated at a bright 1500 nits for full sunlight viewing and have a 120-degree viewing angle.

All NSE series systems purchased in North American are fully loaded with Nautic Insight HD high-resolution vector cartography. Providing navigators high-resolution 2D and 3D shaded contour and satellite imagery information, Nautic Insight HD navigation cartography includes detailed shoreline and safety navigation data including spot sounding, navaids and obstructions. NSE units are also compatible with Nautic Path charts and Navionics Platinum, Platinum+ and HotMaps Platinum cartography. In addition, NSE units feature Navionics TurboView, a new dimension in navigation that offers smooth pan and zoom plus viewing rotation, as well as 2D and 3D Platinum and Platinum+ cartography chart views with depth and elevation contour shadings.

(www.simrad-yachting.com)

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