Simrad R2009 Radar Package 9" Display with 3G Broadband Radome 000-12192-001
R2009 Radar Control Unit
The Simrad R2009 is a dedicated radar control unit with integrated 9-inch
portrait display, compatible with a range of Simrad radar solutions including
Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and HD Digital Radar. An ideal
safety and navigation accessory for offshore cruisers and sportfishing
vessels, the R2009 offers versatile flush or bracket-mount installation
options and intuitive keypad based operation for reliable control in all
Dedicated Radar Control Display
The R2009 radar control unit offers a professional-grade interface to Simrad
Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and HD Digital radar solutions.
Designed to match the modern styling of Simrad glass bridge displays and
instruments, this dedicated radar display is a perfect complement to your NSS
evo2 or NSO evo2 multifunction display system. Maximise your radar’s utility
by adding its own dedicated screen and controls, without compromising on a
clean and consistent helm design.
9-inch Portrait Radar Control Unit
The R2009 maximises screen size where limited mounting space is available,
with a compact 9-inch portrait display that’s perfect for centre consoles. Its
vertical layout allows for a radar picture almost the full width of the
screen; alarms, indicators, and target tracking information are shown in
widescreen panels above and below the main radar display.
Rugged Design with Flexible Mounting Options
Designed meet the needs of offshore cruisers, sportfishing and commercial
vessels, the R2009/R3016 supports flush-mount installation in a console or
dash, or bracket-mount installation with an included gimbal bracket.
Watertight rear connectors mean the R2009 is IPX7 water-resistant from all
sides, in either type of installation.
Keypad Operation with Direct-Access Menu Keys
The R2009 is operated by an integrated keypad and rotary dial. Direct-access
menu keys beside the display operate adjacent on-screen menu options, for
quick and intuitive access to key settings and features. With reliable,
long-life operation and clear tactile feedback, the R2009’s large buttons are
suitable for use in rough seas, while travelling at speed, and with wet or
Networking and Expansion
The R2009 Radar Control Unit connects to compatible Simrad radar systems via
Ethernet, offering simple installation and easy networking of multiple control
units and radar systems. The R2009 also includes dual NMEA 0183® ports and
NMEA 2000® connectivity for compatible devices such as heading and speed
sensors, AIS, and GPS.
HDMI Output for Display Mirroring
Connect a Simrad MO-series marine monitor or other compatible display to the
R3016’s HDMI output to create a secondary radar display mirroring the built-in
screen. Add a second non-interactive radar display at another station, or
combine an extra display with the optional Simrad O2000 wired remote to create
a fully functional ‘clone station’ ideal for dual-helm vessels.
- Dedicated radar control unit
- Compatible with Simrad Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and
HD Digital Radar systems
- Automatic tuning system
- Anti-sea-clutter technology for an optimum picture under adverse weather
- MARPA target tracking
- 9-inch portrait display
- High brightness for outside use
- Keypad and rotary-dial interface with 8 direct-access menu keys
- Bracket and flush-mount installation options
- Ethernet, NMEA0183 & NMEA2000 connectivity
Quick Start Guide
R2009/R3016 Radar system Quick Reference Card (en-us)
R2009/R3016 Radar system Quick Reference Card (en-us)
R2009/R3016 Radar System Mounting Template (en-us)
S2016 / R3016 Mounting Template (en-us)
Simrad 3G Broadband Radar Dome
This revolutionary FMCW radar boasts outstanding performance, with crystal
clear imagery, for novice and expert users alike.
- Unrivalled Short-Range
- Crystal Clear Image
- Automatic Clarity
- MARPA Target Tracking
- Dual Guard Zones
- Low Power Consumption
- Zero Radiation Hazard
- Quick Installation
- 0-24nm Range
- High Speed Mode
- Ethernet Connectivity
Superior short-range target discrimination allows clear identification of
targets near your boat.
Crystal Clear Image
Fantastic for tight manoeuvres in marinas or in conditions of limited
Proven Harbour and Offshore auto modes offer a simple solution that
requires no tuning.
MARPA Target Tracking
Track up to 10 targets (requires a heading sensor).
Dual Guard Zones
Protect yourself from more angles.
Solid-state technology produces an immediate, accurate on-screen image
unlike normal warm-up times associated with magnetron pulse radars.
Low Power Consumption
Ideal for boats of any size, sail, cruise or fish.
Zero Radiation Hazard
Safer than any other radar currently on the market and emitting less
radiation than a mobile phone enable it to be mounted anywhere.
No reason to open the dome, no tune or zero mile adjustment and no
radar-licensed technician required.
30% more range than the original BR24 Broadband Radar and zero main bang.
High Speed Mode
Select 36rpm for almost instant updating at less than 1nm.
Connect to an NSS, NSE or NSO navigation system with ease.
Introducing a revolutionary radar system unlike anything else on the
recreational boating market. Utilising solid-state technology, these
breakthrough radar solutions provide superior target detection and
separation, ease of operation, and a new level of navigational safety to a
wide range of boats.
Crystal clear imagery
Miss none of your immediate surroundings.Fantastic for tight
manoeuvres in marinas or in conditions of limited visibility.
Solid-state technology produces an immediate, accurate on-screen
Low power consumption
Broadband Radar™ requires very little power: ideal for all types
and size of recreational boat.
Extremely low emissions
This safest of all radar, it can be mounted anywhere! Broadband
Radar™ has fewer emissions than a mobile phone
No reason to open the dome, no tune or zero mile adjustment, and
best of all – no radar licensed technician required.
Proven Auto Harbour and Off shore modes completely optimise the
radar image – even on our shortest range of 200 feet. Just steer.
Broadband Radar automatically tunes out interference that may come from
other radars operating in the vicinity. Multiple levels of interference
rejection remove all noise depending on whether you are in a busy commercial
harbour , shipping lanes or just out ﬁshing with another boat. The special IR
software will remove other radar noise; yet still maintain a perfect radar
picture around the boat. Simple to use and the results are impressive.
All weather performance
In bad weather, when visibility is low, that is when you will want to rely
on your radar.
In a rain shower or snow the radar signal will penetrate and show you the
radar picture you expect to see. The Rain Clutter feature on the radar reduces
noise on the picture associated with rain, yet still provides you with a clean
picture of the radar targets around you
Close Range Performance
Enhance your situational awareness thanks to Broadband Radar with chart
overlay. Radar Chart overlay is the perfect way to determine what are fixed
targets and what could be moving targets such as ships
Even at night or in fog or mist, by using Broadband 3G™ Radar and Broadband
4G™ Radar it is possible to vastly improve safe navigation in restricted
conditions at close range.
"A lot safer…"
Channel markers are easily associated to visible
At 200ft away from the boat
on the port side are a series of very small channel marker fl oats, these
are clearly visible, yet are made of plastic and are probably only 6
inches above the water.
The skipper of the boat who is used to this harbour says that at night
being able to see these markers will make coming into this harbour a lot
Broadband 4G Radar clearly sees both inside and
outside rows of poles
Only possible at this range
as Broadband Radar has no main pulse suppression that a conventional radar
suffers from. Possible to see targets close together and yet they are
clearly shown as separate targets.
Broadband 3G Radar sees breakwater to port, with
three mooring buoys close in
The Broadband Radar is able
to separate targets that are close together much clearer than a
conventional radar, here we see the three buoys clearly visible close to
Left turn complete, moving along a row of boats
In narrow harbours it is
possible to use Broadband Radar to find your berth. Often harbours have
confusing background lights that can make a night harbour entrance seem
overwhelming. The radar at this scale makes it all very clear.
Vacant berths in a marina are easily identified
At short ranges Broadband
Radar shows up the individual yachts in their berths, ideal at night when
visibility may be compromised. In this type of situation conventional
radar would only show a merged target possibly obscured by the main pulse.
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