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Raymarine?s a-Series Multifunction DisplaysRaymarine has launched its new a-Series line of multifunction navigation displays. The new a-Series bring the performance and simplicity of Raymarine multifunction navigation into a sleek, compact, and full featured touchscreen display. Engineered to perform on boats below 30 ft. the new a-Series are rugged multifunction displays designed for tight spaces. The touch screen design and low proÞ le bezel gives every helm a clean, and integrated appearance, while the supplied mounting bracket offers convenient mounting virtually anywhere at the helm. Keeping with RaymarineÕs high standard for sunlight visibility, the new a-Series is equipped with a super bright LED backlit display that is optically bonded for sharp color and contrast in the brightest sunlight. The displays offer users simple and quick access to navigation applications like GPS, sonar, radar and much more. The new a-Series utilize RaymarineÕs intuitive LightHouse user interface. With a-Series and LightHouse, boaters are greeted with an easy-to-use home screen of applications, making learning and operating a-Series MFDs fast and easy. The new a-Series consists of two models that are ready to navigate right out of the box. Both models include a 50 channel internal GPS and Navionics Silver cartography on microSD. All a-Series displays offer extensive add-on options, including RaymarineÕs RCU- 3 Bluetooth steering wheel remote. The simple 3 button RCU-3 puts you command of a-Series without letting go of the wheel. The compact RCU-3 can also be used as handheld remote using the supplied lanyard. Each a-Series display features a fast Raynet Ethernet port for connecting up to 6 Raymarine MFDs, making a-Series the perfect choice for a small boat network or part of a larger Raymarine system. The Raynet port also enables connection to Raymarine Digital, HD Color, and Super HD Color radar systems, giving boaters the option for a compact and affordable high performance radar system. An optional SIRIUSXM receiver enables both SIRIUS marine weather overlays and SIRIUSXM satellite radio audio control. A-Series displays also connect with NMEA2000 and Raymarine SeaTalkng networks, giving boaters the ability to integrate AIS, autopilots and engine instruments. Taking advantage of engine fuel data, the new a-Series offer a fuel manager, allowing captains to monitor fuel consumption and time-to-empty calculations. In addition, the a-Series chartplotter application provides a fuel range ring overlaid on the navigation chart, allowing captains to visualize their maximum fuel range.We are looking for individuals with strong commitment to quality, safety, good communication, problem solving skills, and leadership capabilities. We ZHOFRPHTXDOLÀHGLQGLYLGXDOVWKDWZLOOVWUHQJWKHQDQGHQKDQFHRXUSURGXFWLRQ capabilities here in the Hawaii maritime industry. &DQGLGDWHVZKRPHHWWKHVHTXDOLÀFDWLRQVDORQJZLWKWKHDELOLW\WRDFTXLUH TWIC, RAPIDGate, and other security clearances may submit resumes to: ZZZSDFLÀFVKLS\DUGVFRP *Mechanical Superintendent *Painters &DQGRU&FHUWLÀHG *Blasters &DQGRU&FHUWLÀHG *Pipe Fitters *Ship Fitter/Welders (welders *Marine Mechanics &Machinists FHUWLÀHGHLWKHUSDVWRUSUHVHQWLQ60$: HLWKHULQVLGHRU RXWVLGH0DFKLQLVWV*0$:*7$:RU)&$:SURFHVVHV 3DFLÀF6KLS\DUGV,QWHUQDWLRQDO , a principal ship repair company based in Honolulu, Hawaii is currently seeking highly skilled personnel to join our team. 36,KDVEHHQVHUYLQJWKH+DZDLLPDULWLPHFRPPXQLW\ZLWKPDLQWHQDQFHDQG UHSDLUVHUYLFHVRQ1DY\&RDVW*XDUG06&&RPPHUFLDODQGYDUL RXVRWKHU vessels for over 65 years. Our capabilities include all processes of surface preservation, metal repair and fabrication working with various alloys, along with machining and mechanical support capabilities. 3RVLWLRQVDYDLODEOH MN

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