New Raymarine Cyclone

Date | 27.10.2021.

The ultimate expression of design, rugged performance, and unmatched situational awareness, Cyclone solid-state open array radars give mariners the confidence to tackle the harshest conditions, gain the upper hand in the hunt for fish, and navigate busy waterways with confidence.

Cyclone radars are available with a 3, 4 or 6-foot antenna array and two high-power output options.

Cyclone radars deliver superior target separation and long-range resolution using CHIRP pulse compression and Raymarine beam sharpening technology. Each model features innovative detection capabilities, including Cyclone Bird Mode, RangeFusion™ technology and high speed 60 rpm imaging.

Engineered for extremes with best-in-class 100-knot wind rating and designed to meet the commercial grade IEC 62388 standard for ship bourne radar.

 At 13.1 inches (335 mm) tall, Cyclone’s lower profile allows greater flexibility of boat architecture and more adaptable installation options. Innovative pedestal design conceals cable connections for a cleaner installation. Built in cable gland to allow sleeker design configuration to boat designers. Fast 60 RPM rotational speed delivers 360 degrees of awareness and accurate target tracks in real-time.

 Doppler target tracking simplifies the interpretation of dangerous and safe targets for added safety.   Professional grade ARPA target tracking. Cyclone automatically tracks up to 50 targets using the same advanced ARPA technology trusted by the United States Coast Guard.   RangeFusion™ technology combines short and long pulses into the single high clarity radar image, delivering exceptional short-range and long-range targets simultaneously.    Performance tuned for locating sea birds. Enhanced Cyclone Bird Mode uses CHIRP pulse compression technology to allow Cyclone to intelligently optimize gain and tune settings for imaging distant sea birds.

 Two levels of Cyclone performance to choose from: Cyclone & Cyclone Pro. Step up to Cyclone Pro for increased power and improved long range target recognition.