Developed specifically for cruisers and club racers, high-end sailing electronics brand B&G has launched its new Triton instrument and autopilot range.
With a focus on display visibility, low power consumption and ease of use, Triton incorporates the same advanced technology as B&G's world-renowned race-orientated products in a very attractively-priced package.
Triton's full-colour 10.4cm (4.1') sunlight viewable screen is around 40 per cent larger than most traditional models, and incorporates B&G's unique LCD bonding process to provide unrivalled contrast with zero risk of condensation. The super-durable display also consumes half the power of other typical instruments on the market.
Utilising a multi-lingual user interface developed from B&G's award-winning Zeus navigation system, Triton offers users straightforward menus that can be simply navigated by ‘Up, Down and Enter' keys, while a dedicated ‘Page' key allows quick selection of the most useful data.
Offering wide compatibility with NMEA2000 products, installation of Triton instruments is simple with the use of micro-C connectors and simple daisy-chain connection options.
Teamed with B&G's Zeus system, the Triton instrument and autopilot range creates a full system offering for the popular cruising and club-racing markets - backed by the quality, performance and peace-of-mind inherent to B&G.
B&G's Triton instruments and autopilots will be available in Australia in the first quarter of 2012.
Further information: Navico Australia – (02) 9936 1000 or visit: www.bandg.com
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