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Old 09-19-2016, 07:33 AM
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NSS evo3 Multifunction Displays


NSS evo3 includes built-in GoFree® Wi-Fi, true dual-channel CHIRP sonar, and much more.

Navigate, take control, and enjoy an unprecedented level of built-in functionality with NSS evo3. SolarMAX™ HD display technology delivers exceptional clarity and ultra-wide viewing angles, combined with an all-weather touchscreen and expanded keypad for total control in all conditions.

Widescreen SolarMAX™ HD display for true colour rendering
Reliable control in all conditions: Switch seamlessly between multi-touch and full keypad wih rotary dial
Integrated echosounder featuring dual-channel CHIRP, ForwardScan® sonar, and StructureScan® HD imaging
Built-in GoFree™ Wi-Fi enables online features and smartphone monitoring / tablet control
Take complete control of Simrad autopilot systems with the NSS evo3 touchscreen or keypad
Enjoy easier trip planning with TripIntel™ technology and support for Navionics Autorouting / C-Map Easy Routing
Easier interaction with a refined user interface, new customisable WheelKey, and an expanded keypad for total control of all functions.
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Waypoints, Routes, Tracks6000 waypoints, 500 Routes with 100 max route points, 50 tracks with up to 12,000 track points.Cartography includedInsightLanguagesStandard Language Pack: English(US), English(UK), Danish, German, Spanish, Finnish, French, Greek, Icelandic, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish
Other languages supported by Unlock:
Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, Slovak, Turkish, Russian, Ukrainian, Arabic,FarsiCartography supportedInsight, Navionics (Gold, NAV+ Platinum+) , C-MAP (MAX N, MAX N+) NV Digital (Raster US Charts)Radar (inc. compatibility)Broadband Radar, Halo Pulse Compression Radar, HD Pulse RadarExternal Storage2 MicroSD slots, max. 32GB each. Larger if formatted to NTFSWeatherSiriusXM via WM-3 (USA only), GRIBInternal Storage16 GBSonar (inc. compatibility)Two 9 pin Xsonic Sonar ports. Sonar port 1: Single channel CHIRP, 50/200 khz, HDI. Sonar port 2: Single channel CHIRP, 50/200 khz, TotalScan, LSS HD, ForwardScan.
Compatible with: SonarHub, BSM-3, BSM-2, network echo soundersGPSInternalAISReceive AIS data over NMEA 2000 or *NMEA 0183 (*NMEA 0183 has to be wired to all NSS processors)Warranty Period3 YearsInterfaceFull touch screen (multi-touch ) and full keypad control, OP50 remote controllers, USB MouseMultimediavia SonicHub2, FusionLink, *Sirius, **JL Audio. *USA only, **AUST. & NZ only)AutopilotFull auto pilot control and commissioningDigital SwitchingBEP C-Zone, NaviopNetworking Connectors

N2K PGNsReceive only
59392 ISO Acknowledgement, 59904 ISO Request, 60928 ISO Address Claim, 65285 Temperature with Instance, 65323 Data User Group Request, 65325 Reprogram Status, 65341 Autopilot Mode, 65480 Autopilot Mode, 127245 Rudder, 127251 Rate of Turn, 127257 Attitude, 127488 Engine Parameters, Rapid Update, 127489 Engine Parameters, Dynamic, 127493 Transmission Parameters, Dynamic, 127503 AC input status, 127504 AC Output Status, 127505 Fluid Level, 127506 DC Detailed Status, 127507 Charger Status, 127508 Battery Status, 127509 Inverter Status, 129033 Time & Date, 129038 AIS Class A Position Report, 129039 AIS Class B Position Report, 129040 AIS Class B Extended Position Report, 129794 AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data, 129801 AIS Addressed Safety Related Message, 129802 AIS Safety Related Broadcast Message, 129808 DSC Call Information, 129809 AIS Class B “CS” Static Data Report, Part A, 129810 AIS Class B “CS” Static Data Report, Part B, 130313 Humidity, 130314 Actual Pressure, 130576 Small Craft Status, 130842 SimNet DSC Message, 130851 Event Reply, 130817 Product Info, 130820 Reprogram Status, 130832 Fuel Used - High Resolution, 130834 Engine and Tank Configuration, 130838 Fluid Level Warning, 130843 Sonar Status, Frequency and DSP Voltage,
Transmit and Receive:
61184 Parameter Request/Command, 65289 Trim Tab Insect Configuration, 65291 Backlight Control, 65292 Clear Fluid Level Warnings, 65293 LGC-2000 Configuration, 126208 ISO Command Group Function, 126992 System Time, 126996 Product Info, 127237 Heading/Track Control, 127250 Vessel Heading, 127258 Magnetic Variation, 128259 Speed, Water referenced, 128267 Water Depth, 128275 DistanceLog, 129025 Position, Rapid Update, 129026 COG & SOG, Rapid Update, 129029 GNSS Position Data, 129283 Cross Track Error, 129284 Navigation Data, 129539 GNSS DOPs, 129540 GNSS Sats in View, 130074 Route and WP Service - WP List - WP Name & Position, 130306 Wind Data, 130310 Environmental Parameters, 130311 Environmental Parameters, 130312 Temperature, 130577 Direction Data, 130840 Data User Group Configuration, 130845 Parameter Handle, 130850 Event Command, 130831 Suzuki Engine and Storage Device Config, 130835 SetEngineAndTankConfiguration, 130839 Pressure Insect Configuration
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65287 Configure Temperature INSOcts, 65290 Paddle Wheel Speed Configuration, 129285 Route/Waypoint Data, 130818 Reprogram Data, 130819 Request Reprogram, 130828 Set Serial Number, 130836 Fluid Level Insect Configuration, 130837 Fuel Flow Turbine Configuration
Ethernet2 x 5 pin yellow connector x 1 MbitNMEA 20001 x NMEA 2000 Micro-C port, 1 LENNMEA 01831 x Transmit, 1 x Receive NMEA 0183, Baud Rates 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400. TX and RX use same baud rate. Optional data cable required (P/N 000-00129-001)NMEA 0183 Sentences supportedInput: GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, VTG, ZDA, RMC, DBT, DPT, MTW, VLW, VHW, HDG, HDT, HDM, MWV, MWD, DSC, DSE, VDM. (Note AIS sentences are not bridged to or from NMEA 2000)
Output: GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, VTG, ZDA, RMC, DBT, DPT, MTW, VLW, VHW, HDG, MWV, MWD, TLL, TTMVideo2 x composite (RCA connectors)video inputs. Optional video/ data cable required (P/N 000-00129-001). HDMI outputWiFiInternalBluetoothInternalTechnical/Environmental

Dimensions (W x H x D)437 x 256 x 98 mm (117.19 x 10.08 x 3.82inch)
with bracket: 462 x 264 x 122 (18.19 x 10.39 x 4.80inch)Mounting TypeBracket (Supplied) or panel mountWeight4.65 kg (10.25lbs.)ComplianceCE, C-Tick, HDMI, EN 60950-1:2006, EN 60945:2002
EN 300 440-2, V1.4.2Storage Temperature Range-20°C to +60°C (4°F to 140°F)Waterproof ratingIPX6 and 7Operating Temperature Range-15°C to +55°C (5° F to 131° F)

Steering ModesAuto, Nav., No Drift, Follow up, Non-follow up, Turn patterns, Standby, *Wind, *Wind NAV. (*Boat type set to Sail)Manoeuvres / Turn PatternsU-turn, Spiral-turn, C-turn, Zig-zag, Square-turn, Lazy S-turn, Depth contour trackingGPS Navigation

Time to First FixCold start 50 sec, Satellite Reacquisition 5 secCorrectionWASS, MSAS, EGNOS, GLONASSPosition AccuracyHorizontal Accuracy 3 m (9.8 ft)GPS Receiver Channels34 ChannelsUpdate rate10 HzPower

Supply Voltage10 - 31.2 V DCDisplay

Resolution800 x 1280Screen Size and TypeHigh Visibility SolarMax HD® IPS 7inch optically bonded TFTBacklight ColorWhiteViewing Angles80° top/bottom, 80° left/right

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I love new stuff!!!
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Really smart to use existing cut outs. It looks like they've added all the functionality of the OP50 remote on the front. You called it right Brian, they tend to add features that were a separate device before.
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X-max isn't even here

Sounds nice.
Can I use my M265 in full :-)
loop as in current CZone but a lot cheeper I hope.

No new radome radar or 4G features in sight?
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Jumped the gun?
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Jumped the gun?
Guess so, Suzuki 350 while your at it LOL
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What happened??

"Really smart to use existing cut outs" are you saying they use the same case because im designing a new Dash to be fabricated and im waiting on the dimensions of the Evo3, so I can mount it next to my evo2.
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???? No link, no oops?
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I think it originally said something like:
"The all new Simrad EVO3 will be shipping in March of 2017

It will have the same cut out as the evo2 allowing for simple swap outs to upgrade to the new units.

The external dimensions will be just slightly larger.

Full touch screen as well as an integrated keypad.

It will have Dual Band Chirp and will support 600watt, 1kw, and 2kw transducers
Two 9 pin connectors

WiFi is built into the unit allowing updates and troubleshooting to be done wirelessly.

NAVIOP, vessel management and switching"
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Thanks Chainsaw42.

So it looks like it won't have the 3d structure scan built in.

The ability to run 2kw transducer will be nice though.
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it would seem SS3D has a rather higher power and process demand, with the module box adding some coin keeping it an "option" for people at this stage makes sense. that and we might see a revamp SS3D in the coming years not chucking it into a head unit makes sense.

interesting about the twin xsonic ports and 2kw capable...
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That would be nice to have dual chirp. Wouls get me to upgrade with dual chirp otherwise will just keep evo2
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Agreed, was about to move on a BSM but sounds like I should just hang tight for a few months.
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Agreed, was about to move on a BSM but sounds like I should just hang tight for a few months.
I just bought a bsm last week.
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Originally Posted by Akgoff4 View Post
I just bought a bsm last week.
You will be fine.
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Originally Posted by Akgoff4 View Post
I just bought a bsm last week.
You will be very pleased with BSM-3. I'm sure Evo3 won't be able to do what's shown in the link below

http://www.thehulltruth.com/9490949-post25.html
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Originally Posted by abbor View Post
You will be very pleased with BSM-3. I'm sure Evo3 won't be able to do what's shown in the link below

http://www.thehulltruth.com/9490949-post25.html
I know no one will know its capabilities until its actually out and been tested but what if the EVO3 was paired with a 2k ducer and no extra BSM 2 or 3 module? Any speculation on that, since is supposedly able to power a 2k ducer or are you thinking it will marginally power a 2k ducer and the extra power of the BSM module is most likely needed?
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