RMK-10 System Remote Control - Portrait & Landscape Keypad
Raymarine's RMK-10 Remote Keypad is an ultra-compact wired keypad accessory that provides full control of aSeries, cSeries, eSeries, eS Series and gS Series Multifunction Displays (MFDs) from any mounting location.
The fully backlit RMK-10 includes dedicated keys for home, menu, zoom in/out, window control, waypoint management, power/brightness, as well as Evolution autopilot control.
RMK-10 also features the same multifunction rotary controller with the integrated cursor pad found on eS Series multifunction displays
The RMK-10 can be surface-mounted or flush-mounted, and is available with key mats for horizontal or vertical installation. This gives you the flexibility to install the RMK-10 just about anywhere.
RMK-10 Mounting Options
The RMK-10 is the perfect solution for controlling MFD’s mounted beyond arm’s reach, or in overhead electronics boxes. Instead of reaching for the MFD, the RMK-10 brings the system’s controls to you.
For the ultimate in convenience, mount the RMK-10 in the arm of your favorite helm chair. Now it’s easy to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride on autopilot, while still being able to interact with your navigation system.
RMK-10 is also great for bringing remote system control to secondary monitors and onboard LCD TV sets connected to the VGA or HDMI output of select e-Series, eS-Series and gS-Series displays. Now you can see and control your Raymarine navigation system from a below-deck navigation table, salon or stateroom.
Networking & Control
Utilizing Raymarine’s RayNet high speed networking, the RMK-10 can be setup to control a single multifunction display, or multiple displays mounted at the same location. When controlling multiple displays on the same helm, the RMK-10 provides seamless control across all of the displays.
When used with aSeries or gS Series Multitouch displays, the RMK-10 brings full HybridTouch™ control capability to these products. The RMK-10 integrates seamlessly with the LightHouse II user interface and allows the navigation system to be operated solely by touch, by keypad, or any variation between.