New options for Chirp SideVision system and for CAM200IP videocameras, with network connection for the Raymarine multi-functional displays.
In the continue effort to give their customers state-of-the-art devices, Raymarine introduces two new options for the multi-purpose screens with LightHouse II Interface. The new CP200 SideVision sonar module extends the choice for spearfishermen, thanks to a side-scan Chirp that offers clean and detailed images, while the water camera CAM200IP allows to have HD videos on the Raymarine display. Fishermen who want to improve their scuba vision will appreciate the ability of the CP200 in finding more shoals or fishes than a traditional side-scan echo.
Thanks to the advanced Chirp signal elaboration, the RAymarine CP200 module makes it more intuitive and returns highly detailed images with two independent sonar channels. CP200 also uses a single-transducer technology, with the choice of three preset views. By tuning the matrix angle of the CPT-200 transducers, fishermen can optimize the system either for surface scan or deep water one. While keeping an eye on the deck, the MFD Raymarine users have now at their disposal an easy solution to improve their vision with video monitoring. Ruggedized for marine use, the CAM200IP camera is perfect for recording the catch action on the deck. Alternatively, the CAM200IP can work as backup or side-deck camera. Thanks to a built-in array of 20 LED lights, it works even in the darkness and can see up to 20 meters. Once installed, a single CAM200IP can return HD videos to any Raymarine LightHouse II screen in the network.
The CP200 CHIRP SideVision sonar system is available through the Raymarine dealers across the world as from August 2014, priced at € 522,73 plus taxes. September 2014 is the market debut for the CAM200IP, at a price of € 595,00plus taxes.