MarineNav Launches its New Line of Displays

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Photo: MarineNav

MarineNav Ltd. has developed its cost-effective Mariner Series specifically for commercial vessels requiring dedicated single-input marine grade displays. Ideal for use with Engine Management, Advanced Vessel Monitoring, radar and ECDIS systems, our Mariner displays feature optically-bonded AR glass, 300-400 nits brightness, IP 65 water-resistance (front), and dedicated backlit front controls. All of MarineNav’s displays are constructed from marine grade aluminum and come with a two year warranty.

Mariner Series displays are available in 15”, 19”, 21.5”, and 24” sizes and offer a number of options including optional high-brightness panels, IP 65 water-resistance (rear), and projected-capacitive (P-CAP) touchscreen. 

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