A variety of Raytheon fishfinder (now Raymarine) devices are available on the market for the benefit of commercial and recreational fishermen. They are top notch feature-laden products that combine fishfinding and other technologies in one unit, such as radar and chartplotting. Read on for more.
A Raytheon fishfinder is designed to mark fish, structure, and the features of the bottom on a display that is placed strategically so that the boat operator can easily view it. As you will see, some of these fishfinders offer the convenience of combining other technologies in one unit, such as GPS, radar and chartplotting. That way you can view everything you need to see on one display
Raytheon fishfinders have been innovative leaders in this industry for some time. They were the first to introduce the DSM250 HD Digital Sounder Module which provides a crystal clear view of both fish and the bottom. Their C-Series combined radar, chartplotter, and the fishfinder on one Multifunction Display (MFDs) which is so much more convenient when you're operating a boat. The E-Series introduced 3D chartplotting and improved, brighter displays. The A-Series was launched in 2008 and catered to small boats, with a smaller display to fit in tight spaces but with many of the same feature-laden functions of the larger fishfinders. And they just continue to improve, with the second generation of both C and E-Series that offer split screen viewing, touch-screen, and higher definition displays. Check out all the features and capabilities of the Raymarine A50D 5" Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo here at .