See what you want, where you want with a bright and clear 4.1-inch bonded LCD.
Clearly read sailing information including wind, speed, depth, heading, pilot status, log, timer and much more on a tough, sunlight viewable, full colour screen that’s almost 40% larger than rivals.
Enjoy greater contrast and enhanced readability with a massive 170˚ viewing angle thanks to our bonded LCD technology. And rest assured that there will be zero condensation, ensuring a clearly visible screen in all seasons, whilst also providing outstanding longevity and durability.
Typical power output below 100mA – up to 30% less than rivals.
Micro-C connectors provide for quick and easy daisy-chain connection - ideal for retro-fit or new build. Compatible with industry standards.
Straight forward menus are navigated with ease by Up, Down and Enter keys and a dedicated Page key enables rapid selection of your favourite data.
You can be confident that the course you set will be the one Triton will steer.
B&G Pilots are renowned for their accuracy and precision but most of all their reliability. Triton Pilots are no different. You can be confident that the course you set will be the one Triton will steer. Switch from manual steering to auto at the touch of a button, safe in the knowledge that Triton is in control.
The Triton Pilot has been designed using our extensive sailing and autopilot knowledge. Developed from our award winning and record breaking autopilots which are relied upon by solo and short-handed sailors around the world.
Triton Pilots integrate with a series of sensors, including rate-gyro corrected compasses and highly reliable rudder feedback units, while our range of rudder drive units will ensure optimum performance across a range of boat types.
Steer to compass, true wind angle or apparent wind angle for optimum sailing performance. Or navigate to a set waypoint or follow a route by linking your Triton Pilot to a chartplotter.
The intuitive controller with On, Off, change Mode and adjust course buttons makes for plain sailing.
Make the most of short handed yachting by tacking at the touch of a button.