Simrad NSS evo2

Simrad NSS evo2, The heart of a great fish finder

Simrad NSS evo2, The heart of a great fish finder

  • Size: 7 inches to 16 inches
  • Price: $1,100 and up
  • Multi-touch display
  • Embedded high-gain 10Hz GPS/GLONASS receiver, works in flush installations with most non-metal boats
  • Built-in CHIRP-enabled broadband sounder and StructureScan
  • TouchSensible combination of multi-touch screen and keypad/rotary dial for intuitive and precise control in all conditions
  • HEROiC software optimized for widescreen multi-touch display, with customisable panels
  • Full autopilot integration capability
  • GoFree™ wireless technology for online chart downloads, map creation, and smartphone/tablet integration (requires optional Wi-Fi module)
  • Easier trip planning with TripIntel™ technology
  • Flush-mount (~8mm profile) or bracket installation, with classic black and brushed silver bezel options
  • Preloaded Insight USA cartography (inland and coastal charts)

 

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When you decide to get into a really high-end fish finder you’ll have the ability to create a custom system from the ground up. The new Simrad NSS evo2 multifunction displays are some of the best on the market today and if you buy before April 18, 2016 you’ll get some free stuff too. But first let’s talk about these amazing displays and how they can fit into creating the perfect system for you.

The display is the heart of any high-end system

The multifunction (MFD) display is the heart of any electronic fish finder system. The MFD is the interface between you and the electronics suite that is known as your chartplotter, fish finder, radar and other systems on-board your vessel. Let’s take a look at some of the features of the Simrad MFD and see how they stack up. The NSS evo2 offers the user a multi-touch touchscreen display that can control a number of electronic systems with ease. On smaller center console vessels a single screen can be used to control all of these systems whereas on larger vessels one may opt for multiple MFD’s to facilitate larger images and more clarity. Commonly known as a “glass bridge” these systems often consist of 2 or 3 displays which can be programmed to show different systems exclusively. For example, one display can show sonar while another can show the chartplotter. In this way you can see the largest image possible. Of course this configuration comes at a price but when a multi-million purse at a tournament is on the line this additional cost seems reasonable.

Rebates and free stuff

Simrad is currently offering some cool rebates and freebies when you buy the new NSS evo2 displays. I’ve outlined the giveaways below for your review.

Product Title Part # Barcode Offer
NSS16 evo2 Combo 000-11196-001 9420024125373 $300 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card & Free Simrad RS12 VHF Radio
NSS12 evo2 Combo 000-11192-001 9420024125335 $200 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card & Free Simrad RS12 VHF Radio
NSS12 evo2 w/4G Radar 000-11451-001 9420024128565 $200 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card & Free Simrad RS12 VHF Radio
NSS9 evo2 Combo 000-11190-001 9420024125311 $150 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card & Free Simrad RS12 VHF Radio
NSS9 evo2 w/4G Radar 000-11450-001 9420024128558 $150 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card & Free Simrad RS12 VHF Radio
NSS7 evo2 Combo 000-11184-001 9420024125250 $200 Simrad Visa® Prepaid Card

If you were thinking about upgrading your bridge with the latest display technology now is the time to buy.

Click this link to find out more information or to buy these amazing Simrad NSS evo2 displays.

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2 comments

  1. The Simrad NSS evo2 has to be connected to a number of other parts in order for the system to operate so as such it can’t run in a handheld configuration.

    The Simrad NSS evo2 can be mounted one of two ways. The first is to flush mount it into the “dashboard” of a boat’s bridge. This type of installation is most often done on larger boats where you will be using two or more displays. It can also be done on center console fishing boats where one display is used to access the system. The second mounting option is to use a mounting bracket. The bracket allows for tilting the unit which is sometimes used to get rid of sun reflections.
    Let me know if you need any more information.
    Thanks,
    John

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