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Wireless Connectivity

Future of Fishing and Boating Lies in Connectivity

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Whether hard-wired or using integrated wireless and Bluetooth® networks, Lowrance® gives anglers and boaters the greatest connectivity for a productive and safe day on the water. Lowrance’s wide selection of marine electronics provide options for system control, software updates and hands-on customer service all from the touchscreen of HDS and Elite-Ti displays. Lowrance products utilize the world standard NMEA 2000® data protocol for networking multiple instruments.

High Tech Made Simple

All elements of Lowrance electronics are designed to be user friendly with a multifunctional high-resolution screen that is simple to navigate and easy to read. Sonar, radar, sensors and entertainment components tie into the fish finder providing instant updates with precise information. Intuitive, easy-to-read displays offer simple operation of the many features and functions of today’s HDS displays.

Fishing is More Fun with Connectivity

 

Lowrance Elite Ti, HDS Gen3 and HDS Carbon models are equipped with the latest communication capabilities to get anglers on the fish. These units bring the underwater world to angler’s fingertips with abilities to overlay structure, weather on Broadband Radar on the map in addition to displaying multiple sonar technologies simultaneously. Lowrance also offers real-time GPS navigation, preloaded, high-detail mapping, plus compatibility with an expansive list of the latest third-party mapping upgrades.

Featured Products

WIFI-1 Module

WiFi-1 Wireless Module 802.11 b+g wireless connectivity. Support for multiple tablets and/or smartphones. Single SSID connection to all networked displays. Low-profile, rugged and waterproof device. Optimized for use with HDS Gen2 and HDS Gen2 Touch displays. Noise Filters counter disruption from VHF and make sure that you always get a clear signal. Draws 200mA of power (easy on battery). This wireless technology will not function when an HDS Gen1 display is on the network