Select the preferred units of measurement, adjust the display lighting, and set an application page. You can build routes onscreen or by using the waypoint list. Raymarine C80 Features This chartplotter utilizes advanced LCD display technologies, offering several features for increased convenience. It has excellent contrast and viewing angles, radar and support for SIRIUS satellite radios, GPS sensors, and user-friendly menus. The instructions that came with the cable indicated an opposite polarity and we had to reverse to the above to make it work. Eligible Raymarine Wi-Fi plotters are: a, c, e, eS and gS Series from 2011 (updated with Lighthouse II Release 10 or newer software) and Dragonfly PRO models.
Additional requirements are a Navionics+, Navionics Updates, Platinum+ or HotMaps Platinum card that has an active chart updates subscription and has been updated after April 2016 at or by a dealer. How the Raymarine C80 Works The Raymarine C80 is a mid-sized chartplotter designed for use in the recreational marine environment. Boaters who own Raymarine multi-function displays with software updated to LightHouse II Release 17 can view SonarChart Live directly on their plotter screen.
Instead, Raymarine Dragonfly PRO 4, 5, 7 and the Wi-Fish enable SonarChart Live to display in real time on the Navionics Boating app on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. To add a document, send an email to Michael Davis and include it as an attachment or send the link to where you found it so I can download it. These devices are widely used in marine navigation, featuring advanced applications like automatic radar plotting aids, automatic identification systems, and three-dimensional fish-finding. Holding it down brings you to the select page set menu. Users can select their favorite windows, access chart vectors, and scroll through available pages from the control panel. If you want to turn off the device, press the Power button until the power down count reaches zero. Occasionally there is a delay of several seconds before the NMEA signal from OpenCPN is displayed on the Raymarine chart plotter.