The largest screen ever produced by Lowrance
Lowrance has introduced a 16-inch version of its new HDS Carbon fishfinder/chartplotter – the largest ever produced by the company.
The massive 16-inch high-definition screen on HDS Carbon 16 utilizes the company’s SolarMAX HD technology, which provides clear viewing from any angle, even when wearing polarized sunglasses. Setting up a four-panel split on the HDS Carbon 16 gives anglers the equivalent of four seven-inch screens on a single display. Standard features include StructureScan 3D with SideScan and DownScan Imaging, StructureMap, Broadband Radar and SiriusXM Weather Chart Overlay.
The new displays feature 1920 x 1080 HD resolution and are engineered to withstand higher temperatures than conventional units, offering enhanced reliability in warmer climates.
With Live Network Sonar, the HDS Carbon 16 gives anglers the capability to view and control two independent, live sonar sources at different locations — like the front and the back of the boat — from a single display. This powerful feature provides anglers with a comprehensive picture of underwater activity with convenient and complete control. The unit is also fully compatible with a range of cartography options, including Insight Genesis custom mapping, C-MAP Insight PRO, C-MAP Lake Insight HD, C-MAP MAX-N+, Navionics and more. It supports radar, SmartSteer control of MotorGuide Xi5 trolling motors and the Lowrance Outboard Pilot, and full engine data integration highlighted by compatibility with Mercury VesselView Link.
“We are confident anglers are going to be excited about HDS Carbon 16, the biggest display ever produced in the 60-year history of Lowrance,” said Leif Ottosson, CEO of Navico. “Combining a 16-inch high definition display with our exclusive SolarMAX HD technology and the high-level performance of the HDS Carbon series will provide anglers with an on the water experience second to none. Anglers will not find a better combination of power and precision on the market.”