Archive L760

Archive L760

The L760 color fishfinder uses the very latest processor and sonar technology for the most accurate performance and echo detection. With 600 Watts output power and dual frequency operation the L760 provides unmatched performance from 1 to 2,700 ft. A feast of features make the L760 the choice for serious fishing:

  • Target detection as sonar echo
  • Full or split screen display of either frequency, digital or chart information
  • User defined windows for digital information display
  • Total screen refresh when changing depth scales
  • Adjustable color thresholds
  • Ability to place a waypoint on a fish target using the cursor

The L760 includes a full C-Map NT chartplotter and Raytheon’s award winning High Speed Bus (HSB) technology, adding fishfinder capabilities to the 7 and 10 inch HSB radar and Raychart 520/530 products. The L760 can be interfaced with any Pathfinder HSB radar to produce a full color radar at one station, even if that station is in bright sunshine.

Technical Specifications

Display Type

7″ Color TFT LCD



11 defined keys, 4 soft keys and trackpad



Context sensitive, provides range/bearing or Lat/Lon



640 x 480


Viewing Area

7″ diagonal (136 x 100mm)



Screen: Continuous (128 levels of backlight)
Keypad: 3 levels of backlighting



222mm x 204mm x 152mm
(8.8″ x 8″ x 6″)



8.1lbs (3.7kg)



Trunnion bracket with panel option


Operating Temperature

10°C to +50°C
Humidity limit: Up to 95% at 35degC



U.S.C.G. CFR-46 standards



CE – conforms to 89/336/EEC (EMC), EN0945:1997
FCC – conforms to Part 80 (47CFR) and Part 2 (47CFR)



UK English, US English, Danish, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Finnish


Repeater Capabilities (High Speed Bus)

Fully independent use of remote Chart data if present on HSB. Full remote control and display of Radar data if present on HSB


Cursor Echo

Cursor echo between radar and chart on split screen and/or separate displays connected via Seatalk



1 x HSB in/out, 1 x Seatalk in/out,
1 x NMEA 0183 out, 2 x NMEA 0183 in,
2 x C-map cartridge slots


Man Overboard (MOB Mode)

Mark placed with course line; readout shows range, bearing, Lat/Lon of MOB and time elapsed since MOB


Screen Functions

Full, half and quarter screens available dependant on function providing Radar and Chart via HSB (if data available), Radar Zoom, BDI, CDI and Nav Data


Data Boxes

Up to six user selectable information boxes



Sounder Features

Output Power

600 Watt output (RMS)



Dual Frequency – 50KHz / 200KHz


Max. Depth

2,700ft (820m)


Transducer Type

Balanced transducer and Front End TX/RX


Screen Update

Full screen update – sounder image recalculated to new range at range shift. No chopped bottom


Control Features

Auto Gain, Range, Frequency Select, Zoom, Color Threshold



Downlock, A-scope, Zoom, Bottom Lock, Speed and Temp.


Chartplotter Features


C-MAP’s NT micro cartridges available from C-MAP. World Map built in


Display Windows

Chart, data, BDI, CDI, Navdata


Chart Scaling

1/64nm (if cartographic data is available) to 4000nm


Presentation Modes

North up (selectable True or Magnetic) Head up or Course up



1000 waypoints entered via cursor, Lat/Lon, range and bearing from present position or at vessel’s position. 16 character names can be assigned


Waypoint Transfer

HSB, current route via Seatalk, NMEA



A route plan may contain up to 50 waypoints. Up to 20 routes can be stored in the units internal memory


Track History

5 tracks with up to 750 points in each can be stored in the units internal memory



Programmable arrival, cross track error, anchor drift, position fix / data loss warning, countdown timer and alarm clock


Navigation Information

Own ships position in Lat/Lon, XTE, TTG and SOG/COG selectable. Mileage scale ruler. Bearing and distance to waypoint. Bearing and distance to cursor, Seatalk data as above


Variation Source

Auto (SeaTalk/NMEA/Internal algorithm) or Manual


Chart/Radar Synchronisation

User selectable in split screen mode provided radar data available


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