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DavidL 3:14am on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 
I did a lot of research on integrated Chartplotter/Radar systems. I found the C120 to be the best value by far.
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After installing several other makes of chart plotters and radars I found the C120 to be one of the most straight forward units to install and intergr...

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Raystar 120 GPS Receiver

Owners Handbook
Document # 81170_1 Date: September 2000
Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Owners Handbook


1. SERVICING There are no user serviceable parts or adjustments in this unit. The operator should never open the unit or attempt to service the equipment. Faulty units should be returned to your nearest distributor for service. 2. NAVIGATION AID This device is only an aid to navigation. Its accuracy can be affected by many factors, including equipment failure or defects, environmental conditions and improper handling or use. Note: It is the users responsibility to exercise common prudence and navigational judgement. This device, therefore, should not be relied upon as a substitute for such prudence and judgement.
Raychart 120 GPS Receiver


This handbook covers the Raystar 120 GPS Receiver manufactured by Raytheon Marine Company. It contains important information on the installation and operation of your new equipment. In order to obtain the best results in operation and performance, please read this handbook thoroughly. Raytheons Product Support representatives, or your authorised dealer, will be available to answer any questions you may have.


To register your Raystar 120 GPS Receiver ownership, please take a few minutes to fill out the Warranty registration card. It is very important that you complete the owner information and return the card to the factory in order to receive full warranty benefits.

EMC Conformance

All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised.

Technical Accuracy

The technical and graphical information contained in this handbook, to the best of our knowledge, was correct as it went to press. However, the Raytheon policy of continuous improvement and updating may change product specifications without prior notice. As a result, unavoidable differences between the product and handbook may occur from time to time, for which liability cannot be accepted by Raytheon. Raytheon is a registered trademark of Raytheon Company. Copyright Raytheon Marine Company 2000
Contents - Raystar 120 GPS Receiver
SAFETY NOTICES...iii Warranty... iv EMC Conformance.. iv Technical Accuracy.. iv Chapter 1: Introduction.... 1-1 1.1 Satellite Differential System..1-1 How it Works...1-2 Availability of the WAAS System in North America.1-3 Coverage Outside of North America..1-3 Accuracy and Continuation of Broadcast Coverage..1-4 1.2 Checking your Raystar 120 Package..1-4 Package Contents...1-4 Items Missing?..1-4 1.3 Registering this Product...1-4 EMC, Servicing and Safety Guidelines..1-5 Technical Summary...1-6 Installation... 2-1 2.1 EMC Installation Guidelines..2-1 2.2 Installation Procedure..2-2 GPS Receiver Installation..2-2 2.3 Connections....2-5 NMEA Version..2-5 SeaTalk Version...2-6 Using a Connector Block..2-6

Chapter 2:

Appendix A: Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Mounting Template.. A-1 Appendix B: Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Application Guide. B-1

Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1 Satellite Differential System
The Raystar 120 Satellite Differential GPS Receiver utilizes a new satellite differential system to improve the accuracy, integrity and availability of the basic GPS signals, resulting in satellite differential corrections and enhanced positional accuracy over standard GPS receivers. Three separate compatible systems currently exist or are being developed: 1. Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS). Developed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 2. European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS). This system is being developed by a European consortium. 3. The MTSAT Satellite-Based Augmentation System (MSAS). This is being developed by the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) for civil aviation use. The area coverage of the WAAS system is the furthest advanced so far and includes the entire United States of America but also covers large areas outside of this as shown in Figure 1-1.

135E 5N 150E 165E 180 165W 150W 135W 120W 105W 90W 75W 60W 45W 30W 15W 0 15E


Figure 1-1: WAAS Coverage Map
Raystar 120 GPS Receiver The combination of the WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS systems will provide global satellite based differential GPS augmentation into the future.

How it Works

The following description is based on WAAS, but the principles apply equally to the EGNOS and MSAS systems. WAAS comprises the following components: Ground Reference Stations across the USA Master Stations located at East Coast and West Coast Geostationary Satellites located above the equator
The Ground Reference Stations are located at known positions and receive data continuously from GPS. The Ground Reference Stations send their data to the Master Stations which calculate the error of the GPS-received positions and generate correctional data. The corrected differential signals are then sent to the two Geostationary Satellites which broadcast the corrected data on the standard GPS frequency, making it available to the users Raystar 120 GPS Receiver. The Raystar 120 GPS Receiver uses the correctional data transmitted by the Geostationary Satellites to refine the GPS positional data for greater accuracy. WAAS is shown diagramatically in Figure 1-2.


Figure 1-2: The WAAS System
Availability of the WAAS System in North America
The WAAS system is presently broadcasting and being tested for aviation use. It is expected to be certified by the FAA in 2002. During this testing and certification period, continuous service is expected, however, brief signal outages may occur as refinements and upgrades are made to the system. The status of WAAS and planned outages are available on-line at Raytheons website: or
Coverage Outside of North America
EGNOS is currently in the early testing and qualification phases and signal outages may occur at any time. The status of EGNOS and any planned outages are available on-line at Raytheons website: Use of Satellite Differential is currently disabled outside of the WAAS reception area. When EGNOS is qualified for navigational use, a procedure will be published on our website which will enable EGNOS operation. See for latest information.
Accuracy and Continuation of Broadcast Coverage
The navigational accuracy of equipment using these satellite broadcast SD signals during the testing and qualification phases is not guaranteed by Raytheon Marine Company or Raytheon Corporation, nor is the continuation of the broadcast SD signals the responsibility of Raytheon Marine Company or Raytheon Corporation. Note: On some earlier equipments which were designed before WAAS and similar systems were available (eg. Raychart 630), a Satellite Differential fix (SD-FIX) will be reported as D-FIX. In such cases a Satellite Differential fix will still be acquired and the enhanced navigational accuracy of the Satellite Differential system will still be utilized.

1.2 Checking your Raystar 120 Package

Package Contents

The Raystar 120 package contains the following standard items: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Low profile GPS Receiver Flush mount gasket Mounting studs & Thumb nuts (x2) Pole Mount Kit Owners Handbook Warranty document

Items Missing?

If any of the above items is missing or damaged, please contact your Raytheon dealer or our Product Support Department to obtain replacement parts. Please note that missing or damaged items cannot be replaced without proof of purchase.
1.3 Registering this Product
When you have checked that all of the listed components are present, please take the time to complete the warranty document and return it to your national distributor. By returning this document you will receive prompt and expert attention should you ever experience any difficulties with this
product. Also, your details are added to our customer database so that you automatically receive new product brochures as and when they are released.
EMC, Servicing and Safety Guidelines
Raytheon equipment should be serviced only by authorized Raytheon service technicians. They will ensure that service procedures and replacement parts used will not affect performance. There are no user serviceable parts in this Raytheon product. When powered up, all electrical equipment produces electromagnetic fields. These can cause adjacent items of electrical equipment to interact with one another, with a consequent adverse effect on operation. In order to minimise these effects and ensure the best possible performance from your Raytheon equipment, guidelines are given in the installation instructions to enable you to ensure minimum interaction between different items of equipment, i.e. ensure optimum Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Always report any EMC-related problem to your nearest Raytheon dealer. We use such information to improve our quality standards. In some installations, it may not be possible to prevent the equipment from being affected by external influences. In general this will not damage the equipment but it can lead to spurious resetting action, or momentarily may result in faulty operation.

Technical Summary

Table 1-1: Features
Feature Receiver type: Frequency: Sensitivity: Signal acquisition: Time to first fix: Position accuracy: Speed accuracy: Geodetic Datum: Cable length: Power requirement: Operating temp.: Storage temp.: Data Input/Output: NMEA version: Details 12 Parallel channels 1575.42 MHz 1 MHz (C/A code), L1 -130dBm Automatic 2.5 minutes maximum, typically <40 seconds 15m RMS. (L1, C/A code HDOP <2.5 without SA) 0.5m/s RMS. (L1, C/A code HDOP <2.5 without SA) WGS-84 (190 programmable alternatives) 10m (33ft) 9 - 30V NMEA @ 1.5 Watts 9 - 18V SeaTalk @ 1.5 Watts -10 to 70C (14 to 158F) -10 to 70C (14 to 158F) NMEA0183 Ver2.3 Output Non-isolated NMEA Input RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1 Input SeaTalk Bus RTCM SC-104 Ver 2.1 Input Lithium battery (10 year life)

SeaTalk version: Memory Backup:


Care should be taken when disposing of this equipment, as a lithium battery is fitted internally. Local regulations for the disposal of hazardous materials may apply and must be adhered to.

Chapter 2: Installation

This handbook covers two models of the Raystar 120 NMEA Version - Part # E32026 SeaTalk Version - Part # E32025
2.1 EMC Installation Guidelines
Although every effort has been taken to ensure that our products will perform under all conditions, it is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the product. The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance, but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations. To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location, always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment. For optimum EMC performance, it is recommended that wherever possible: Raytheon equipment and cables connected to it are: At least 3 ft (1 m) from any equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased to 7 ft (2 m). More than 7 ft (2 m) from the path of a radar beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element. The equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine start. Voltage drops below 10 V, and starter motor transients, can cause the equipment to reset. This will not damage the equipment, but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating mode. Raytheon specified cables are used. Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual.
2.2 Installation Procedure
Before commencing installation ensure you have the correct unit for your application. Appendix B identifies the correct version of the Raystar 120 GPS Receiver for compatible Raytheon units. Raytheon Marine cannot be responsible for incorrect operation due to incorrect unit specification. Always state which model you have when making any communication with Raytheon or a registered service agent.
GPS Receiver Installation
The Raystar 120 GPS Receiver is designed to receive the signals emitted from the satellites in a direct path. Ideally, the unit should be mounted horizontally in a location that is open and clear of any masts, search lights, or other structures that could block line-of-sight reception of signals. The height of the GPS Receiver is not as important as its having a clear view horizon to horizon for optimum signal reception. In fact, the lower the unit can be mounted and have a clear view to satellites, the better. The more stable the unit, the easier it is to track satellites lower to the horizon. The Raystar 120 can be mounted on a pole. Alternatively, you can use the supplied surface mount kit. When mounting the GPS Receiver flush to a deck surface, avoid areas where the unit will be trodden upon or where it may present a tripping hazard. When planning the location for the unit, consider finding a convenient pathway for running the interconnecting cable between the GPS Receiver and the display unit or to the rest of an integrated system. Ideally the cable should be run in a manner such that it is hidden from view and, if possible, be in a direct path to the point of connection. It is important to keep the cable separated from other shipboard cables as far as possible to prevent interference pick-up. Note: Mounting on the mast of a sailboat is not recommended.

Surface Mounting

Refer to Figure 2-1 : 1. Select a suitable area which allows access to the underside of the mounting surface for fixing and, using the template supplied in
this document, carefully drill the two 6mm (0.25in) fixing holes marked. 2. If the cable is to pass through the mounting surface drill the 6mm (0.25in) or 19mm (0.75in) centre hole depending on whether the plug is to pass through the surface or not. If the cable is to exit from the side of the GPS Receiver above the mounting surface, remove the two plastic tabs (1) obstructing the cable channel. Note: Failure to remove the plastic tabs from within the cable channel could result in cable damage. 3. Screw the supplied brass studs (2) into the underside of the GPS Receiver. 4. Stick the supplied gasket (3) to the mounting surface ensuring that the holes match and pass the cable through the centre hole or the cable exit channel. 5. Carefully position the GPS Receiver, passing the studs through the holes in the mounting surface and secure to the mounting surface using the thumb nuts provided (4).

Top view

Underside view


Figure 2-1: Surface Mounting Arrangement

Pole Mounting

Refer to Figure 2-2 : 1. Screw the pole mount base to a suitable pole or rail mount bracket, having an industry standard 1in 14TPI thread, until secure. 2. Pass the cable through the centre hole of the pole mount base (A) or through the cable exit hole alongside the centre hole (B) or insert the cable into the side exit channel (C). 3. Check the cable is positioned correctly and secure the GPS Receiver to the pole mount base using the two screws provided. If the cable is to exit from the side of the GPS Receiver through the side channel, remove the two plastic tabs (1) obstructing the cable channel. Note: Failure to remove the plastic tabs from within the cable channel could result in cable damage.


Figure 2-2: Pole Mounting Arrangement

2.3 Connections

Two versions of this unit are available; SeaTalk and NMEA.

NMEA Version

The unit is normally connected to an NMEA system via a 33ft (10m) cable terminated with a moulded 6-pin connector. Alternatively, connection can be made to other types of NMEA connector. The cable can be cut as necessary to the required length, or coiled and stored out of the way. If you have equipment with a dedicated GPS port that accepts this connector, you should use it. If it is not possible to use this connector, remove the 6-pin connector and re-connect the cable using a connector block, referring to Table 2-1 and the diagrams shown in Figure 2-3 to Figure 2-3 below. Note: As with all onboard marine equipment, the installer should ensure that the power supply connection to the Raystar 120 is adequately protected by a suitably rated fuse or circuit breaker. This will be provided, typically, by connection via a fused display unit. Note: Unused wires must be insulated and taped back.
Table 2-1: Raystar 120 NMEA Interconnections
Pin No Colour Red Screen Yellow Green Brown Function Power 0V / Ground NMEA Out NMEA In RTCM in
Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Connection is made via a 33ft (10m) cable terminated with a moulded 6-pin connector as detailed in Figure 2-3.
3 Screen (0V/ground) 2 Screen (0V/ground) 4 Yellow (NMEA out)
1 Red (Power ) 6 Brown (RTCM in)

5 Green (NMEA in)

Figure 2-3: NMEA Connector Pin-outs

SeaTalk Version

Connection is made via the 10m (33ft) cable with bare ends suitable for connection to an existing SeaTalk bus as detailed in Figure 2-4.
Red (12V) Yellow (SeaTalk input/output) Brown (RTCM in) Green (Not used Screen (0V/ground)


Figure 2-4: SeaTalk Cable Connections

Using a Connector Block

When connecting a Raystar 120 into an existing instrument system or to certain Raytheon chartplotters (eg. Raychart 630) a connector block can be used to connect into the SeaTalk bus. If DC power is not already available via an existing SeaTalk instrument, a connector block can be used to supply power to the SeaTalk bus for this and other applications. Figure 2-5 shows how the connector block is used to make the interconnections between the RayStar 120, the SeaTalk bus and, if required, an external DC power supply.

Use a multimeter, set to an appropriate range, to check correct polarity and connections to the 12V DC supply before applying power to the unit.
Black Red To SeaTalk (typical plug shown) Screen Terminal Screen 0V RTCM RTCM in (if used) Brown

1 (0V) 2 (12V)

Black 0V 12V Power Supply Red Red 12V Fused Cable SeaTalk Wire colour Screen Red Yellow Black Red Screen Red Yellow Brown Green Yellow Terminal Function 0V 12V SeaTalk 0V 12V 0V 12V SeaTalk RTCM in Not used Yellow

3 (SeaTalk)

To RS120 0V: 1 12V: 2 Data: 3 Green (not used)

Power RS120

Figure 2-5: NMEA/SeaTalk Wiring Interconnections Note: A SeaTalk Auxiliary Junction Box, which satisfies the above requirements, is available from your Raytheon Marine agent or is supplied with certain chartplotter products.

NMEA Inputs/Outputs

Information transfer between units is determined by various data sentences transferred via NMEA as detailed in Table 2-2. Table 2-2: NMEA Sentences
For further technical information, please visit the Raytheon Marine web site at:
Appendix A: Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Mounting Template
Note: Access to the underside of the mounting surface must be available to allow for secure fixing.
36mm (1.4in) 18mm (0.7in)
19mm (0.75") dia. for NMEA plug

36mm (1.4in)

18mm (0.7in)
6mm (0.25") dia. for cable only

Cable Exit Channel

6mm (0.25") dia. 2 positions


Figure A-1 Mounting Template
Appendix B: Raystar 120 GPS Receiver Application Guide
The Raystar 120 Receiver is available in two versions, Seatalk or NMEA. Each version is easily identified with NMEA or SEATALK printed on the top of the receiver case. The Raystar 120 NMEA version (E32026) replaces the Raystar 112LP (NMEA) 100, 900, 105, 108, 112, Apelco 1100, 180,182 and 182XT GPS antennas. The Raystar 120 Seatalk version (E32025) replaces the Raystar 112LP (SeaTalk), Autohelm Black Box (Z146), Autohelm Z197 and Z260 GPS antennas.
The following table identifies the recommended version of the Raystar 120 GPS Receiver for compatible Raytheon, Autohelm and Apelco units. Please use Table B-1 to confirm that you are installing the correct version of Raystar 120. Table B-1: Application Cross Reference
Raystar 120 NMEA Part# E32026 NAV298, 398 Raynav 575 Raystar 390, 790 Fishfinder V850, 8010 Raychart 600*, 610*, 611*, 620*, 630* Raychart 420 Autohelm Navcenter 600* Apelco 530, 560 Apelco 6400, 6700, 6760, 6800, 7000 Apelco GXL 1100 *Model is both Seatalk and NMEA compatible, however the recommended RS120 version should be used for complete functionality and to simplify installation. Raystar 120 SeaTalk Part # E32025 Autohelm ST50 GPS* Autohelm ST50 Navdata* Autohelm ST80 GPS (Masterview/Navigator) Autohelm Navcenter 300*, 500*, 700* Fishfinder L755*, L760* Raychart 520*, 530*, 631* Pathfinder (LCD) RL70*, RL70RC*, RL70C*, RL70CRC*, RL80*, RL80RC* Pathfinder (CRT) R70*, R70RC*, R80*, R80RC*

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a i d s

Raychart plotters in navigation intelligence. the ultimate

n a v i g a t i o n

MULTI-STATION DATA SHARINGWith High Speed Bus (hsb2) technology, up to 10 display units can communicate with each other, all sharing radar, chart plotter and fishfinder capabilities with a single wire link.

Raymarine navigation

Simple-on-the-outside, sophisticated-on-theinside is the design philosophy that makes navigating with Raymarine the choice for thousands of boaters worldwide. With so many choices of navigation products available today, Raymarines GPS and Raycharts stand out from the crowd. Our navigation products are engineered for extreme accuracy, ease-of-use and proven reliability and are always on the cutting edge of on board navigation. We continue to innovate with products that incorporate the latest GPS, networking and display technologies, including features like Satellite Differential (WAAS see page 19), hsb2 and high-bright color.
n a v i g a t i o n a i d s
Raychart: navigation intelligence
With Raychart, navigating to a favorite destination is easy! Locate a spot on the chart, select GOTO and Raychart does the rest. Important functions like waypoints, routes and chart displays are accessed instantly thanks to Raycharts uncluttered controls and the world renowned Pathfinder user interface - the interface that has made Raymarine products the benchmark for onboard navigation. Taking the next step into the future, Plus Series Raycharts support C-MAPs advanced NT+ vector cartography for unsurpassed paper chart like detail (color models only). Stunning cartography combined with advanced customization makes Raychart one of the most powerful electronic charting systems available today.
Two electronic charts can be installed at any one time in our C-MAP NT+ driven Raychart chartplotters.
Typical full-screen chart display.
Chart/fishfinder split-screen.
Split screen showing CDI (course deviation indicator) graphic and chart display.
Technical Specifications see pages
Raychart features comparison chart
a i d s PRODUCT FEATURES Daylight-viewable 7" monochrome LCD display Daylight-viewable 7" high-bright color LCD display Daylight-viewable 10.4" high-bright color LCD display Interfaces Multi-station hsb2 networking SeaTalk NMEA 0183 RayTech hsb compatible Packaged with Raystar 120 SDGPS sensor


Other Raychart features include:
High-bright daylight viewable color displays (7" and 10.4" models) or daylight viewable monochrome displays (7"models). Seamless chart panning with lightning fast chart redraw. SmartRoute automatically builds waypoints and routes from previous tracks. Flexible waypoint and route building with Loran TD (time difference) input. Waypoints and Routes can be stored on optional data cards. Radar/chart overlay when interfaced to any hsb2 compatible Plus Series radar (color units only). Full function radar and fishfinder display and control when networked to hsb2 compatible radars and fishfinders. Automatic screen synchronization between radar and chart (hsb2 equipped models only). Choice of orientation modes (head up, north up and course up). User configurable databoxes for accessing instrument and autopilot data from the SeaTalk/NMEA.
New this season, we have added SL versions to our popular Raycharts. Designed for single station installations that dont require hsb2 networking, the SL models are equipped with all the same advanced features and performance as our hsb2 equipped Raycharts. Raychart equipped SL models are packaged with the Raystar 120 SDGPS sensor, delivering excellent value and state-of-the-art Raychart and SDGPS performance.

SL Series Raycharts

Tech tip

Raychart everywhere

Once a Raychart joins the hsb2 network, detailed electronic charts and full navigation functionality are instantly transferred to every radar and fishfinder on the communication bus! Connect RayTech Navigator* via hsb2 and you will find C-MAP charts installed on your personal computer are transferred instantly to networked Raychart, fishfinder and radar displays!** Thanks to hsb2, waypoint and route databases are exchanged between RayTech software and hsb2 networked Raychart, fishfinder and radar displays**.
* hsb2 PC interface kit required. ** New this season. Requires the latest version of RayTech. Visit to learn how to upgrade.

A range of extension cables are available. For more details, go to

Radar Navigation Aids Instruments Autopilots Fishfinders Communications Software Systems
RayNav 300 & Raychart 320
Satellite Differential GPS for the ultimate in position accuracy.
Raynav 300 Compact Satellite Differential GPS Navigator
The Raynav 300 is a compact fixed mount GPS navigator with a long list of standard features combined with the extreme accuracy of Satellite Differential GPS. The bright FSTN LCD features extra large characters for easy viewing while the intuitive Pathfinder user interface delivers easy access to frequently used functions. A built-in 12 channel receiver and an active external antenna produce precision SDGPS accuracy (less than 3 meters) for reliable navigation. An extremely versatile device, the Raynav 300 networks seamlessly with other Raymarine equipment and also serves as a repeater for SeaTalk and NMEA information. Flexible waypoint and route management with Loran TD (time difference) input. Second station ready with master/repeater selection. 19
Raychart 320 Compact Satellite Differential GPS Charting System
The Raychart 320 GPS system incorporates all the powerful features of the Raynav 300 plus advanced electronic charting with built in worldwide planning chart detail down to six nautical miles and support for 2 C-MAP NT or NT+ chart cartridges.

Other features include:

Chart rotation, head up, course up and north up orientations. Saving waypoints and routes to C-MAP data cards. Custom chart feature for one-touch access to chart layers. On-screen cursor for easy waypoint and route planning.
Satellite differential GPS sensor (top) with the C-MAP NT+ electronic charts (center) and installed in Raychart 320 (bottom).
Other advanced features include:
Visual Bearing Distance Indicator (BDI) and Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) waypoint displays. SmartRoute automatic route and waypoint building from previous tracks. Waypoint and route sharing via SeaTalk.
Technical Specifications see page
Raychart 425 and powerful Satellite Differential fast, accurate

GPS navigation.

The Raychart 425 chartplotter is the ideal choice for boaters who want ease-of-use and pinpoint accuracy but dont have a lot of console space. Utilizing a 6 high-contrast LCD with Navionics cartography, it provides tremendous detail and fits perfectly on any console. The Raychart 425 comes packaged with Raymarines Raystar 120 Satellite Differential GPS sensor* which is accurate down to three meters with WAAS** reception. This compact performer is perfect for any boater or fisherman who needs accuracy and repeatability along with Raymarine reliability.

Raychart 425 features

Uses the latest Navionics cartography, including the all new XL charts, with port services, current and tide information. Smart Route automatic route building feature. Smooth chart scrolling and panning with super fast chart redraw. North up, course up or head up modes. Auto zoom function ensures vessel and destination remain in view. Sunrise and sunset prediction.
*For receiver specifications, please refer to the Raystar 120 on page 65. **The use of WAAS is currently only recommended in US and Canadian waters. European and the rest of the world satellite differential coverage will be supplied via the EGNOS and MSAS systems that are under development. For more details, please visit
Full screen CDI (course deviation indicator) graphics guide you to your waypoint.
Essential navigation data is clearly displayed in one of three information pages.
Route building is easy with the Raychart 425s intuitive user interface.
The Raychart 425 offers easy access to 500 waypoints using the waypoint list.
Raystar 120 Satellite Differential technology for the ultimate

in positioning accuracy.

The intelligent Raystar 120 GPS receiver/antenna connects to any Raychart display, hsb2 or SeaTalk network for precision SDGPS accuracy (to less than 3 meters)*. SeaTalk compatibility allows GPS data to be shared instantly by every device on the SeaTalk bus. A NMEA 0183 compatible Raystar 120 is also available adding SDGPS accuracy to NMEA compatible devices.
Satellite Differential GPS technology the ultimate in positioning accuracy.
Developed for precision approach landings in the aviation industry, SDGPS receiver technology was first introduced into the recreational marine industry by Raymarine and is now incorporated into every GPS receiver we build. The Satellite Differential WAAS system consists of a network of ground-based stations and geo-stationary satellites that improve conventional GPS signals via an augmented differential GPS broadcast. With Raymarine GPS receivers, accuracy is better than 3 meters thanks to Satellite Differential and our advanced 12channel SDGPS receiver.
Global Satellite Differential GPS Coverage

WAAS has been operational for marine applications since August 2000, providing extended coverage exceeding current DGPS systems. Similar to WAAS, Europe is developing the EGNOS GPS system. An Asia-based system, MSAS, is also under development. Once these developments are complete, worldwide SDGPS will be available.
*The WAAS system is presently broadcasting and being tested for aviation use. It is expected to be certified by the FAA in the near future. During the testing and certification period, continuous service is expected, however, brief signal outages may occur as refinements and upgrades are made to the system. For more information including links to the WAAS system status please visit



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