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Simrad Yachting introduces touch-screen NSS Sport series

by Sandman PR on 24 Mar 2011
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Simrad Yachting has now expanded its class-leading NS range of multifunction displays with the introduction of the touch-screen NSS Sport series.

Based on the highly-acclaimed Simrad NSE platform and developed with ease-of-use in mind for both racing and cruising sailors, the feature-packed NSS Sport offers the combination of touch-screen, keypad, and rotary knob control
to allow users to remain in complete control.

The touch-screen is perfect for quickly placing waypoints. The rotary knob is the most effective way of controlling proportional functions such as zooming on a chart, adjusting gain, steering the autopilot, or even cranking up the tunes on Simrad’s SonicHub stereo system.

Powered by a rugged marine processor for high-level performance, the NSS Sport is available in three display sizes – NSS7 (16.3cm), NSS8 (21.3cm) and NSS12 (30.5cm). Each model incorporates Simrad’s ultra-clear, sunlight-viewable and energy-efficient LED backlighting technology along with an internal GPS antenna. The NSS7 and NSS8 also have built-in Broadband Sounder technology, while the NSS12 lends itself to simple integration with Simrad’s BSM-2 module to penetrate the deepest waters on the planet.

Pre-loaded with Navionics Coastal Cartography, the NSS Sport is compatible with a huge range of options including the award-winning Broadband Radar, StructureScan, SonicHub, integrated autopilots and can also be networked with multiple Simrad displays throughout the vessel.

The Simrad NSS Sport series will be available in Australia mid-2011. RRP starts at AU$1999 for the NSS7 and rounds out at AU$3999 for the NSS12.



http://www.simrad-yachting.com

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