Overview

Lowrance has been a leader in marine electronics since it invented the first consumer sonar device in 1957

Lowrance has stayed true to its purpose to push the envelope of innovative performance to help fishermen find and catch more fish. This commitment has won them numerous industry awards for innovative excellence. Lowrance continues to set the bar for the best recreational fishing technology. Like FUSION, Lowrance develops real innovations that allow you to make the most of your time on the water and adopting FUSION-Link, the Marine Entertainment Standard for on water entertainment, is just another action that further showcases this.

The Leading Standard in Device Connectivity

Features

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Supported MFD's

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Connectivity

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Features

Connectivity & Network

NMEA 2000

FUSION-Link™ is the industry standard for entertainment integration onboard the worlds most respected boating brands, developed by FUSION Electronics and supported by Lowrance.


FUSION-Link™ allows a certified Multi-Function Display (MFD) the ability to integrate with, and utilise FUSION's specialised entertainment functionality*, creating a centralized control station for the entire vessel and a more user-friendly experience for our valued customers. 


FUSION-Link™ is supported by Lowrance over an NMEA 2000 network.


* Functionality differs between supported MFD's and excludes support for Sirius Satellite radio.


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