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Planning sw for A/C/E-Series Classic MFDs, G-Series GPM400, and C/E-Series Wide MFDs
04-11-16, 01:34 PM (This post was last modified: 01-10-17 03:30 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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Planning sw for A/C/E-Series Classic MFDs, G-Series GPM400, and C/E-Series Wide MFDs
Planning software for A/C/E-Series Classic MFDs, G-Series GPM400, and C/E-Series Wide MFDs

The A/C/E-Series Classic MFDs, G-Series GPM400, and C/E-Series Widescreen MFDs are designed to import waypoints, routes, and tracks from a compatible CF memory card. Unlike Raymarine's a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFDs which support GPX file format, these retired MFDs require a computer application supporting Raymarine's proprietary Archive.FSH file format for waypoint, route, and track data. Prior to the retirement of the A/C/E-Series Classic MFDs, G-Series GPM400, and C/E-Series Widescreen MFDs, Raymarine had offered the E86026 Navionics Multicard Reader and RayTech Planner software for planning waypoints and routes. As a) RayTech Planner did not support the A62311 Raymarine microSD to CF Cartography Adapter, b) the E86026 Navionics Multicard Reader has not been available since the retirement of these MFDs, and c) the E86026 Navionics Multicard Reader is not compatible with Windows 10, Raymarine is no longer recommending RayTech Planner for use with these retired MFDs. Several years ago, Raymarine introduced Raymarine Voyage Planner as a replacement for RayTech Planner and now recommends that Raymarine Voyage Planner software be used for all waypoint/route planning in conjunction with Raymarine MFDs.

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