Raymarine E32042 Raystar 125 GPS Sensor
 
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Product Description

12 Channel Satellite Differential (WAAS)GPS. The Raystar 125 is complete self-contained GPS antenna and receiver. The RS125 supports either Raymarine SeaTalk or NMEA 0183 data output. Mount not included.

The Raymarine E32042 Raystar 125 GPS Sensor is a 12-channel satellite differential GPS sensor designed to be used with Raymarine's A-series GPS chartplotters, as well as Raymarine's C-series and E-series multifunctional displays. This durable GPS sensor can be pole, surface, or rail mounted so it is able to work with virtually any required boat configuration.

Compact and accurate the Raystar 125 Satellite Differential GPS Receiver provides pinpoint accuracy to Raymarine's C-Series and E-Series Multifunction displays. The Raystar 125 outputs either SeaTalk or NMEA 0183, and is fully compatible with Raymarine SeaTalk instruments and autopilots. A self contained waterproof GPS receiver and antenna combined, the Raystar 125 delivers accuracy better than three meters by decoding GPS correction signals terrestrially from the WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) network.

Customer Reviews:

  • Raystar GPS
    My original GPS antenna stopped working because of broken wires. I checked with Raymarine and discovered they have a flat rate charge of $800 to diagnose and fix any of their electronics. I ordered this new unit, attached it and was up and running immediately. Buying a new unit was definitely the less expensive route to go.
    The new unit arrived in a few days and I was very satisfied.
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Features:
  • Self contained waterproof GPS receiver and antenna combined
  • Delivers accuracy better than three meters via WAAS support
  • Designed for use with Raymarine's A-series GPS chartplotters, and C-series and E-series multifunctional displays
  • Can be pole, surface, or rail mounted for virtually any required configuration
  • Fully compatible with Raymarine SeaTalk instruments and autopilots