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What is a boat MFD?

Most people think of the Multi-Function Display (MFD) as the center of the entire marine electronics system on board. This is true, but modern MFDs can actually do much more - in many cases, they act as the electronic brains of the entire ship.


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The Multifunction Display is the control center of your boat. They act as an interface to marine electronics and other digitized devices, bringing it all together in an easily accessible manner.


By their nature, MFDs vary in size and complexity. Its core competencies include:


Built-in chartplotter (electronic chart with navigation)

Built-in advanced fish finder/sonar sounder

Integrated Radar Display and Control

Integrated Autopilot Display and Control

Video display of car CCTV camera

Performance and fuel consumption information for many modern engines

Control and monitor other integrated in-vehicle equipment from selected solution partners, covering electrical systems, cameras, lighting and entertainment systems.


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