Day and night, Radar systems from Raymarine keep you aware of surrounding traffic, hazards and obstacles, approaching weather and so much more. Use your radar to navigate in dense fog or rain. Confirm your boat’s position with super-accurate radar ranges. Let MARPA help you navigate safely through a crowded harbor. Enjoy map-like coastal detail when cruising offshore. Find sea birds at long range to lead you to the fish. Raymarine offers a wide range of radar solutions for all types and sizes of boats.
Doppler target tracking intelligently highlights inbound radar contacts in red, and outbounds in green. Plus, Quantum 2 offers all of the same great benefits as the original Quantum radar.
The choice of mid to large-sized powerboats and sailing vessels, open array radar scanners deliver higher sensitivity, better target detection and improved target separation. Open array systems are available with 4kW or 12kW transmitters for exceptional performance at all ranges.
Setting a new standard for solid state marine radar, Quantum delivers superior radar imaging on both long and extremely short ranges. Integrated Wi-Fi make installation easy and Quantum’s energy efficient and lightweight design provides safe radiated emissions and reduced power consumption.
HD Color radomes pack big radar features into a small enclosure. They support bird mode, dual-range scanning, high speed scanning and much more.
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Available exclusively on Quantum 2 radomes, doppler allows the radar to instantly detect targets in motion and display them in a unique color palette. Inbound targets are red while outbound targets are green for improved awareness in high traffic situations.
Shows the historical path taken by moving targets on the radar scope. The live target will display in its primary color, while its path or wake will remain visible behind it for a selectable period. This allows you to more easily see targets in motion and determine their direction of travel across the radar scope.
Lets you see the icons of other vessels detected with your Automatic Identification System receiver on your radar scope. To use this feature, you will need to have a suitable AIS receiver or transceiver connected to your multifunction display.
Allows the radar Plan Position Indicator (PPI) or scope to update in real-time even as the heading of the boat is changing. This gives you a smooth, accurate plot of all radar contacts when changing course or maneuvering, without having to wait for the radar scanner to sweep through a full rotation. Stabilized PPI requires the presence of a heading sensor like the Raymarine EV1or an Evolution Autopilot System.
MARPA is a collision avoidance feature which allows your radar to acquire and track targets of interest. Targets can be acquired manually or automatically (on some systems.) After acquiring the target, the radar will calculate the target’s course, speed, closest point of approach (CPA) and time to CPA. On-screen symbology shows you the target’s direction and speed. Visible and audible cues warn you of developing dangerous situations.
Refers to Raymarine’s adaptive transmitter and receiver. It automatically adjusts the Gain, Sea Clutter and Tuning for true hands-off operation. Auto GST continuously monitors the environment and adjusts these setting automatically for the best picture under all conditions.
Lets you see the live radar image as a semi-transparent layer on your navigation chart. This allows you to confirm the positions of navigation aids, other vessels, obstacles and landmass by comparing them to charted objects. Radar overlay is also very useful to boaters new to radar and looking to get comfortable interpreting the radar returns.
Is a valuable power-saving feature for sailboats and electric boats. When enabled your radar scanner will automatically transmit at a selectable interval, and then go back into a low power standby mode. The reduces the overall duty-cycle of the radar while allowing you to maintain a long-range watch. The result is a significant savings of crucial battery power while underway.
Marine radar systems fall into two primary categories: Open-Array or Enclosed Radome Systems.
Open-Array radar scanners are made of 2 parts. The radar pedestal houses the scanner’s electronics and drive mechanism. Atop the pedestal is mounted a radar antenna or array. Raymarine’s Magnum Open Array radar scanners consist of pedestals with 4kW or 12kW power output, and your choice of a 4-foot or 6-foot antenna array.
Open-array radars offer longer range capabilities than radome scanners. Open arrays offer enhanced details of shoreline and targets packed tightly together thanks to their larger antenna size. Open array scanners are also more sensitive to weak targets and targets at long range because of the increased gain from their large antennas.
Enclosed Radome Scanners contain many of the same components as their open-array cousins, but all the moving pieces are housed inside an enclosure called a radome. This arrangement is especially popular on sailing vessels and small boats where there is a chance of sails, rigging, lines, or fishing tackle getting wrapped in a spinning antenna. Radome scanners are compact and light weight, making them suitable for even the smallest boats.
Raymarine offers 2 series of radome radar scanners: Quantum radar systems use solid state CHIRP pulse compression technology to detect targets up to 24 miles away. Quantum also has excellent short-range detection for slow-speed fog navigation with its ability to see objects as close as 18-feet to the scanner.
HD Color scanners offer many of the same features as the Magnum open-array, in a smaller package. HD Color systems can see out to 48 miles and offer features like bird mode, dual-range scan, high speed scan and more.
Raymarine offers 3 different types of marine radar systems: Quantum radomes, HD Color radomes, and Magnum Open-Arrays. Use the following table for quick comparisons between model lines. Please refer to each product’s individual specifications for exact values.
|RAYMARINE RADAR SCANNERS|
|Radar Type||Quantum Radome||Quantum 2 with Doppler||HD Color Radomes||Magnum™ Open Array Radar|
|Models||Quantum 18"||Quantum 2 18"||4kW Radomes
45cm or 61cm (18" or 24") models
|4kW and 12kW Open Array Scanners
1.2m or 1.8m (4ft or 6ft) models
|MFD Compatibility||Axiom, Axiom Pro, eS Series, and gS Series||Axiom and Axiom Pro||Axiom, Axiom Pro, eS Series, and gS Series||Axiom, Axiom Pro, eS Series, and gS Series|
|Perfect for||Sailboats, RIBs, and smaller powerboats||Sailboats, RIBs, and smaller powerboats||Sail, power, and light commercial applications||Powerboats, commercial, and law enforcement applications|
|Type||Solid State CHIRP Pulse Compression||Solid State CHIRP Pulse Compression with Doppler target tracking||High definition color radar technology||Super high definition color radar technology|
|Power Consumption||Energy efficient design with low power consumption. 17 watts transmit and 7 watts standby||Energy efficient design with low power consumption. 17 watts transmit and 7 watts standby||18” 40 W (20 W Standby)
24” 60 W (25 W Standby)
|4 kW 70W (30W (standby)
12 kW 110W (30W (standby)
|Range Performance||24NM||24NM||18” 24NM
|Performance||Lightweight and easy to install. Excellent short and long range performance. Detect targets as close as 18ft||Lightweight and easy to install. Excellent short and long range performance. Detect targets as close as 18ft||Trusted compact radar radome performance. High speed scanning||Superior long-range target separation with Beam Sharpening technology. Trusted radar technology used by the United States Coast Guard|
|Automatic Bird Mode||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|MARPA Target Tracking||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|