Powerful open type radar antenna
- 6 foot 50W solid-state radar antenna
- MotionScope τεχνο technology detects and tracks moving objects of different colors to help you avoid collisions, find flocks of birds, and detect the weather.
- Pulse extension technology provides you with high-resolution images while maximizing energy to improve target detection and recognition.
- The echo trails feature a historical trail to help you quickly and easily identify moving targets taking into account the movement of your own boat.
- Radar overlay on your map screens in single screen or dual screen with independent range settings.
The 50W solid-state GMR Fantom 56 radar uses MotionScope technology to detect and highlight moving colors in different colors to help you avoid potential collisions, find flocks of birds and detect the weather. It includes pulse extension technology that provides high resolution images and maximizes energy to help you detect and identify targets. The detection range starts at 20 feet and reaches 72 nautical miles.
|Powerful radar at 50W with narrow beam
You have excellent target tracking for near and far range from 20 feet to 72 nautical miles, even in fog or rain. The narrow horizontal beam provides a high resolution image and the high peaks of the antenna detect weak targets at a distance. This radar gives you a clear overview of the coastline, other boats and the weather ahead, directly to your Garmin plotter. You have consistency in the position of the targets and excellent separation that helps you separate the large targets from the smaller ones and adjustable rotation speed for fast screen refresh.
MotionScope Doppler technology
The GMR Fantom uses the Doppler effect to detect and detect moving targets to help you avoid collisions, find flocks of birds, and detect changes in weather. The Doppler effect is the frequency shift in the radar signal due to the relative motion of the target. This allows the immediate detection of any target moving towards or away from the radar. MotionScope detects moving targets on the radar screen so you can navigate around other boats or in bad weather or to fishing grounds where birds feed on the surface of the water.