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Ray 63 difficulty in reading display in daylight
08-06-19, 04:41 PM
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Ray 63 difficulty in reading display in daylight
I have a new Ray63. The environment is very bright in the pilot house as a result i have difficulty reading the display. I have played with both setting back light and contrast but still having difficulty.
What are the best settings for very bright environment?
I can easily read the display with a flashlight but that's not a very good solution for such a fine vhf.
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08-08-19, 09:49 AM
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RE: [CA11] Ray 63 difficulty in reading display in daylight
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum bilfin01,

If having difficulty reading the screen of the RAY63, it would be recommended that brightness level be set to full (I believe that this will be level 9) and that the contrast be maintained on level 5 (the default value). The screens of Raymarine's VHF radios are polarized and accordingly, polarized sunglasses may prevent viewing of the VHF radio's screen from certain angles. If the RAY63's screen cannot be properly viewed when configured in the manner specified above when not wearing sunglasses, then it would be recommended that the VHF radio be sent to Raymarine’s Product Repair Center to be bench checked / serviced.
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