Published in the January 2012 Issue January 2012

From battery charging systems to top-of-the-line GPS systems (and everything else in between), no houseboat is complete without its share of electronics.

IMC Battery Charging SystemCharles Industries

The new IMC Battery Charging System recently earned an Innovation Award at the 2011 IBEX show. Believing you only have one boat so why do you need more than one charger, this new system is all you need to keep your AGM, Gel, Lead Acid and NiCad batteries ready when you are.



The new GPSMAP 720s features an extra-wide seven-inch WVGA touch screen displays. The standalone chartplotter combines a stunning array of navigation features with real affordability. The 720s offers NMEA 2000 data connectivity, a worldwide basemap and built-in high-sensitivity GPS-plus easy access to optional radar, combo sonar, satellite weather and more.



Lowrance sonar fish-finders and GPS chartplotters with performance, functionality and screen clarity has a size and price to suit every need and boat. Its R&D program delivers regular upgrades and improvements to our customers, which help make Lowrance one of the top players in marine electronics.



Raymarine was selected for the prestigious 2011 IBEX Innovation award for its e7 multifunction display. The e7 offers options for radar, AIS, marine weather, and thermal night vision. The e7 is also available with built-in high definition digital sonar, making it a highly affordable, yet powerful chartplotter/fishfinder combo.


Sterling Power USASterling Power USA

Why wait to arrive at your destination to plug in your battery charger? With the Sterling Power ProCharge-B waterproof on-the-water battery charger, provide true multi-stage charging to any auxiliary bank of batteries by using a start battery system.


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