With the integrated GPS receiver the Link-9 has four ways to ensure
you have a GPS fix in the event of an emergency – built-in antenna, SMA
connector for GPS-500 antenna, NMEA 0183 for chartplotter GPS and NMEA 2000®
for network antenna connection.
A dual-channel AIS receiver monitors the position of nearby AIS-equipped
vessels, helping you to avoid collisions in crowded harbours and waterways.
AIS information can be viewed on the Link-9’s built-in screen, or overlaid on
your chart or radar screen through a compatible multifunction display.
Remote Mountable Fist Mic
The Link-9’s removable fist mic can be connected to the front or rear
of the radio – optional extension cable allows the radio and mic to be mounted
separately. This offers a simple and cost-effective solution for any mounting
location, with no cable clutter.
Easier Front-Mount Installation
Link-9 features easily removable top and bottom bezels which reveal
mounting holes allowing the same style of mounting from the front that is
featured on Lowrance MFDs.
Press the NAV button on the Link-9 to turn it into a navigational
instrument displaying your Speed and Course. Link-9 also contains a Man
Overboard (MOB) function, hold down the NAV/MOB button to drop a waypoint on
your current location and the Link-9 will enter MOB mode to show you how far
away you are and where you need to steer to get back to the person in the
water. The MOB waypoint is also transmitted over NMEA 2000 to the rest of your