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Raymarine Cyclone open-array radars receive DAME Design Award Special Mention

by Raymarine 18 Nov 05:51 PST 16-18 November 2021
Raymarine's Cyclone Open-Array Radars Receive DAME Design Award Special Mention © Raymarine

Raymarine is delighted to announce that its new Cyclone™ open-array radar series has received the accolade of Special Mention at the DAME Design Awards in the 'Marine Electronics and Marine Related Software' category during this year's METSTRADE.

Launched in October, Raymarine's Cyclone™ with solid-state CHIRP Pulse compression, are the company's newest open-array radars conceived and crafted to give mariners the confidence to tackle the harshest conditions, gain distinct advantages in the hunt for fish, and safely navigate busy waterways. The new Cyclone radars are available in 3-, 4- and 6-foot arrays and in two high-power output options for each size. Each model features innovative detection technologies, including Cyclone Bird Mode, that elevates Cyclone into a class all its own.

"We are honoured to be recognized the by the Dame Design award jury" said Grégoire Outters General Manager of Raymarine. "When developing Cyclone, we challenged ourselves to create a radar that combines both beauty and high performance. We met this challenge with a groundbreaking design, rugged performance, and unmatched radar imagery. With Cyclone, we are disrupting the radar category and giving boaters an entirely new level of situational awareness on the water."

Cyclone's aggressive aircraft-wing-inspired design will appeal to the most style-conscious boaters while affording new levels of functionality and performance. Precision radar imaging comes courtesy of CHIRP pulse compression and beam-sharpening technology for best-in-class target separation and long-range resolution Cyclone's Bird Mode identifies distant flocks of sea birds above baitfish schools. Bird mode intelligently optimizes radar gain and sea clutter controls for targeting seabirds, giving anglers the intelligence they need to locate baitfish and their trophy predators.

The Cyclone family delivers six high-power solid-state options for long-range and all-weather performance. Retail prices range from £6,495 to £8,995. Cyclone open-array radars are backed by Raymarine's industry-leading three-year warranty. All Cyclone models integrate seamlessly with Raymarine Axiom, Axiom+, Axiom Pro, and Axiom XL chartplotter multifunction displays.

For more information and to view the Cyclone™ open-array radar range visit www.raymarine.com/cyclone.

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