The E80… is a mid-size powerful high-speed network chartplotter that can include GPS, Sonar, Radar, Autopilot, Weather and even Video! You can have everything connected to one head unit, or two, or even seven. Introduced in early 2005 it’s very flexible, easy to use and an excellent choice when space is at a premium.
Highlights – The Raymarine E80 has an 8.4″ display, can connect to numerous data sources and will display information in a variety of ways. It will display data from a black box sounder/fish finder DSM300, the Raystar GPS, an AIS 250 receiver, and a Sirius SR6 weather / radio receiver and has support for single and twin engine data with up 5 display combinations. Radar options include dome or array from a 2Kw -10Kw of power.
This Raymarine e Series chartplotter communicates with other devices using the Raymarine SeaTalk network, NMEA 0183, and NMEA 2000. The E80 can use Navionics Gold, Platinum, or Platinum Plus – Compact Flash “CF” cartography. Navionics Compatibility Guide
This unit measures 11.14 inches wide, 8.27 inches high, and 5.27 inches deep. Display screen measurements are 6.7 inches wide and 5 inches high, with a diagonal measurement of 8.4 inches. Resolution is 640 x 480 pixels. A bright and sharp screen with little to no darkening when viewing the screen from the side.
Waypoints and Routing – A waypoint can be saved at the present position with one push of the WPTS key or you can use a soft key function to save at the cursor, ship position, at a lat/long, or access the waypoint list. Waypoint lists can be set up in separate groups for quicker access based on user criteria.
The waypoint list includes the group name, lat/long, bearing/distance, a 16-character name, and a 32-character comment for each waypoint and storage of up to 1250 waypoints, 125 routes at 50 waypoints per route. All this should make your favorite waypoints in a large list much easier to find and use.
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Chart redraws are fast, taking less than a second to fully redraw the chart after a map range change. Minimum range can be set as low as 1/32 of a mile and the chartplotter offers Head Up/North Up/Course Up chart viewing.
Up to 4 data sources can be displayed in an individual window simultaneously with a data strip. The E80 has an easily accessible ruler to measure the bearing and distance to any point of between a pair of user selected points.
Packed with power and performance features, the 8.4” E80 display can be used as a stand-alone E-Series navigation display, or integrated with other E-Series displays as part of a SeaTalk network.
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