Digital, HD Color, Super HD Color Radar


Raymarine Marine Radar 


Raymarine radar - What's the difference? 



Raymarine Digital radar image   

Digital radar


Offers 4kW capability for improved performance and uses digital processing for increased target definition. Digital reduces the cable size (compared to analogue) and makes an easier interface to larger systems.


Available models: Digital Radome 






HD Color radar


Raymarine's HD Color radar utlises powerful signal processing technologies that help distinguish between target types, detects weak and distant contacts automatically, while virtually eliminating clutter and noise. The truly adaptive transmitter and receiver automatically adjusts to changing environmental and sea conditions. HD Color radar delivers a dramatically clearer radar picture with crisp, well-defined contact echoes and a life-like target presentation.


Available models: HD Color Radome and HD Color Open Array 



Raymarine HD Digital radar image 




Super HD Radar screen 


Super HD Color radar


Super HD Color radar is a giant leap in leisure marine radar. Using highly advanced digital signal processing, Super HD Color radar has much greater dynamic range than conventional radar enabling the digital receiver to acquire and process vast amounts of echo information that is normally lost by conventional analogue radar systems. Super HD Color technology intelligently isolates and identifies true radar targets, while simultaneously eliminating unwanted clutter. The extra-narrow beam width pinpoints targets with stunning clarity. The result is a dramatically clearer radar display.


Available models: Super HD Color Open Array 



Image Comparison


Digital vs HD Color 


HD Color vs Super HD Color 


Features Digital vs HD Digital Radar 


Features HD Digital vs Super HD Digital Radar 


HD Color targets are clearly defined compared to the standard Digital image.


  Super HD Color reveals even more detail than HD Color. The Super HD Color image shows that there are actually two targets in the ringed area, whereas the same targets on the HD image appear as one.