Raymarine Quantum Radar, by FLIR, is the next generation of marine radar featuring CHIRP pulse compression technology.
Setting a new standard for compact solid state radar, Quantum delivers superior radar imaging on both long and extremely short ranges.
Integrated Wi-Fi and thin cabling simplify installation plus Quantum’s energy efficient and lightweight design provides safe radiated emissions and substantially reduced power consumption.
- CHIRP pulse compression technology delivers sharper targets on both long and short ranges.
- LIR’s exclusive ATX advanced radar target separation technology
- 8ft (5.5m) minimum range
- Fast start-up solid state transmitter
- 256 colour palette for enhanced target identification
- 24nm maximum range
- Dual radar compatible
- Quantum is compatible with Wi-Fi enabled a/c/e/eS/gS Series multifunction displays.
- Input Voltage: 12 or 24 Vdc (Min: 10.8V, Max: 31.2 V)
- Networking: Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet (RayNet)
- Antenna Type: Patch Array
- Power Consumption: Transmit mode 17W; standby mode 7W; sleep mode 2W
- Includes: 10m Power & Data Cable
- Range: Scales From 1/16 to 24 nautical miles
- Transmit Frequency: 9354 to 9446 MHz
- Peak Power Output 20W
- Duplexer: Circulator
- Pulse Widths (3 dB): 40 ns to 14.7 μs
- CHIRP Lengths: 400 ns to 20 μs
- CHIRP Bandwidth: Up to 32 MHz
- IF Bandwidth: 26 MHz
- Noise: Less than 4 dB
- Max. Range Scale: from 1/16 to 24 nautical miles
- Beamwidth (nominal): 4.9º horizontal and 20º vertical
- Polarisation: Horizontal
- Waterproofing: IPX6
- Weight: 5.6 kg
- Simple Wi-Fi connection between Quantum and any Raymarine LightHouse II powered MFD
- Quantum’s small diameter power cable is easy to route through tight spaces
- Easy to upgrade – Quantum uses the same bolt pattern as previous generation radars.
Energy Efficient and Lightweight Design
- Weighs 50% less than traditional magnetron radars
- Safe Emissions thanks to Quantum’s low power solid state radar transmitter
- Very low power consumption (17 Watts transmit and 7 watts standby)
- Extended vessel battery life when under sail