The all new JLR-7600/JLR-7900 (D)GPS navigator always locate your position accurately and gives you a wide range of possibilities – integrated with the latest technologies – that will enhance your operational performance.
With clear multiple display modes that are readily available from the menu with main data displayed in large characters for easy reading. You can easily switch at your own convenience, particularly useful when a situation requires specific information.
The display of the JLR-7600/JLR-7900 can be purchased separately as Multi Info Display (MID). It allows full NMEA0183 data share for up to 10 displays and can be flexibly installed.
The JLR-7600/7900 (D)GPS navigator will locate your position fast and with high accuracy, keeping the unit compact and easy to install.
Dual LED backlight
The unit incorporates many displays modes readily available on a highly visible 4.5-inch LCD display. Besides the display being fully dimmable and having backlit keys, it features dual LED backlight (white and orange), making it easy to operate in various light settings on the bridge.
The new (D)GPS allows you to set the distance calculation method directly from the menu. It is possible to set either Rhumb lines (RL) for short legs or Great Circle (GC) for the long distance legs. Depending on your route, simply make your selection to reach your destination effortlessly.
Up to 1,000 waypoints can be stored in the internal memory. All waypoints can be named and renamed up to eight characters. You can make 20 routes with 50 waypoints per route, which can be entered randomly, and there’s room for 2,000 points for ships’ track and up to 1,000 for events and marks.
No flush mount kit
With JRC’s new design approach, a flush mount kit is not required and screws are nicely concealed behind the front cover. The display is very compact and can be mounted virtually anywhere, allowing for flexible installation approach.
In keeping with the company’s philosophy of an easy to use Man Machine Interface, the new generation displays have allowed JRC’s engineers to develop an exciting new software approach for uniform operation.
Flexible data and dimmer share
The display of the JLR-7600/7900 can be purchased separately as Multi Info Display (MID). It allows full NMEA0183 data share for up to 10 displays and can be flexibly installed. The same applies for dimmer share. By changing the intensity on one of the units, it automatically shares the new settings to the other displays.
Interfacing is made easy and cost-effective. The display is equipped with three serial ports, each able to send or receive data. Simply connect the GPS or DGPS sensor to the display and a cost-effective MED approved solution is born. In case extensive interfacing required, an optional junction box to enable external dimming, buzzer, connect a printer and naturally connect to radar, ECDIS, doppler current meter but also to JRC’s Remote Maintenance System.
Satellite integrity check
Our proven sensors include RAIM, which is to access the integrity of GPS signals. If multiple satellite signals are picked up, this system will check if the position fix is consistent with the computed position, assuring higher reliability than conventional methods.
The sensors used are also used with the JLR-7500/7800 series which have been well proven in the market. The base of the sensor is designed for easy installation, either on a pole or on a extension mast. The base also includes a slot allowing for easy cable management, significantly reducing installation time. The base of the sensor is designed for an easy installation, either on a pole or on an extension mast. The base also includes a slot allowing for easy cable management, significantly reducing installation time.