Yahama Unveils 7” CL7 Display
February 28, 2017
Yamaha Marine Group has introduced a new 7” CL7 touchscreen display and a redesigned, more robust Command Link Plus gateway.
Offering full multi-function display (MFD) capability, the CL7 serves as the primary display for Yahama’s Command Link Plus systems, as well as Helm Master, Yamaha’s fully integrated boat-control system. It is also the required point of access to Yamaha’s new Set Point boat-positioning function. The CL7 offers precise and user-customizable engine- and boat-systems data for up to 4 outboards on one screen, along with a host of other MFD features, such as maps, fishfinder data, and graphing capabilities.
The CL7 additionally features a robust NMEA 2000 internal gateway, allowing displayed data to be output to approved MFD models and brands, including Garmin, Furuno, Simrad and Lowrance. The capabilities of this gateway are also available in a new, stand-alone NMEA 2000 gateway unit for boaters using Yamaha’s Command Link and Command Link Plus platforms.
The CL7 is offered in 2 models: one with built-in detailed freshwater and saltwater maps, and one with basic maps that are easy to upgrade. Expected availability of Yamaha’s new CL7 display is May of 2017.
CL7 display with basic maps: $2,034
CL7 w/ detailed maps: $2,192
For more information visit the Yamaha Marine Group website.