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Softwareoppdatering for Raymarine Dragonfly

For et års tid siden skrev jeg om Raymarine Dragonfly. Dette er Raymarines svar på Lowrance Elite HDI, en kombienhet som er stand alone, dvs uten mulighet for å koble til alt leketøyet man får til ekte multifunksjonsenheter.

Nå har Raymarine sluppet en softwareoppdatering for Dragonfly, og den finner du her:

Oppdateringsinformasjonen fra Raymarine er rimelig tynn. Men det ser ut som Dragonfly nå kan brukes for å logge data for å lage egne dybdekart. I følge den lille informasjonen som er, skal den nå støtte GPX-format på sporlogging, og det formatet kan inneholde både posisjon og dybde.

foto; www.raymarine.com

Dagens modell av Dragonfly har en 5,7" skjerm, en 7" storebror forventes å ankomme Norge i løpet  av de neste månedene.

EDIT: Jeg kan nå bekrefte at GPX-filen fra Dragonfly kan brukes til å lage egne dybdekart. Jeg har fått en fil fra en bruker av www.dybdekart.no og testet denne. 


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