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Simrad NSX chartplotter and fishinder




SIMRAD Yachting has unveiled its latest multifunction display (MFD) – the NSX – offering the latest evolution in chartplotters and fishfinders for powerboaters as a new mid-range product in the Simrad line up.


The Simrad NSX is available in 7”, 9” and 12” display sizes and is based on a new operating system built from the ground up to redefine boating experiences. NSX features an innovative and modern interface with a new, intuitive touch screen experience with crystal clear views.


Charts include powerful C-MAP navigation capabilities and compatibility with sonar, radar and autopilot systems. Simple Setup Wizards guide users through each step during device setup, and Simrad app integration makes connectivity from your smartphone easier than ever.


“The electronics for boating navigation have evolved so much over the decades, but with this particular product we’ve really focused on making boating adventures and navigation both easier and more accessible than ever,” said Mike Fargo, EVP of Simrad Yachting.


“I love that about this product. With the NSX, our development team re-imagined and re-defined what a chartplotter and fishfinder can be for consumers, simplifying the experience from the moment you take NSX out of the box all the way to the furthest open water adventures.”


Packed with the full suite of Simrad technology at your fingertips, NSX is designed to deliver a wide ecosystem allowing users to expand the MFD with additional functionality, easier integrations and support for a wide range of third-party applications.


Boaters who love fishing can utilise NSX to view high-resolution images below and to the sides with Active Imaging and CHIRP sonar, SideScan/DownScan Imaging and FishReveal – or search even greater depths with a wide range of compatible transducers. Users can integrate easily with their radar and get the most out of their AutoPilot systems by connecting to Autorouting.


The Simrad NSX ships in March with product highlights available now at

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