Lowrance has released a new high-performance addition to the HDS series of fishfinders and chartplotters.
The Lowrance HDS Carbon adds a high-performance dual core processor, multi-touch SolarMAX HD screen, dual channel CHIRP and Network Dual Sounder.
“Our new HDS Carbon displays are not only more than capable of handling our current technologies, but are designed to grow with our future innovations for years to come,” said Leif Ottosson, CEO of Navico.
He added: “From the enhanced viewability of our SolarMAX HD displays, our new dual channel and Network Dual Sounder technologies, to the high-performance processor, we are confident our customers will be as excited about the increased performance they get from HDS Carbon as we are.”
HDS Carbon’s processing power is increase with a dual core processor that allows anglers to switch between applications and simultaneously view independent sonar feeds with ease.
Lowrance SolarMAX HD display technology features high-definition views and clear visibility in all conditions with the widest available range of viewing angles.
The new displays aim to withstand higher temperatures than conventional units, offering enhanced reliability in warmer climates.
Whether viewing menu panels or onscreen fish targets, the new device aims to improved clarity and sharpness of SolarMAX HD displays are clearly evident from any angle.
HDS Carbon supports radar, SmartSteer control of Motorguide Xi5 trolling motors and Lowrance Outboard pilot, and full engine data integration through compatibility with Mercury VesselView Link.
Visit Lowrance at Seawork International 2017.