Two New Si-Tex Navigation Systems

Press Release
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Photo: Si-Tex

7” SNS-700 and 10.4” SNS-1100 provide advanced chart, sounder and radar capabilities

Si-Tex Marine Electronics has added two multifunction navigation systems to its product lineup, providing a wide range of recreational and light commercial vessels with a navigation solution.

Both the 7” display SNS-700 and 10.4” display SNS-1100 provide boaters with C-Map Max charting capabilities like programmable anti-grounding, flashing navaids and aerial imagery, along with dual-frequency fishfinding and color radar (when matched with optional Si-Tex MDS-1, MDS-8 or MDS-9 radar scanners). Both systems also provide AIS integration software, allowing for simple integration with Si-Tex Metadata AIS Black Box modules and AIS chart overlay functions. Both units can navigate in Loran TD mode.

The compact SNS-700 features a high-definition WVGA color LCD display that is sunlight viewable. With a choice of internal or external GPS antenna and optional built-in 600W dual frequency echosounder, the SVS-700 is suitable for small to medium sized sailboats, cruisers and fishing boats. This IP67 waterproof has the ability to store 10,000 waypoints/marks, 50 routes of up to 50 waypoints each and 10,000 trackpoints. It also features a composite video input for the ability to monitor engine room, on-deck or underwater cameras at the helm.

The SNS-1100 features an external GPS antenna and sunlight viewable SVGA color LCD display that can serve as a bridge centerpiece for mid-to large-sized cruisers, trawlers and sportfishers. Like the SNS-700, the SNS-1100 is IP67 waterproof rated and stores 10,000 waypoints/marks, 50 routes of 50 waypoints each and 10,000 trackpoints. Connecting the SNS-1100 with Si-Tex’s powerful dual-frequency black box sounder module and MDS Radar Scanner gives boaters a powerful all-in-one solution with plenty of display room for split-screen presentations. The SNS-1100 also boasts two composite video inputs and a VGA video output for integration with cameras, entertainment and other onboard electronics.

Base MSRP for SNS-700        $1,099

Base MSRP for SNS-1100    $2,099

www.si-tex.com
 

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