Lowrance announced in a statement the release of a software update enabling a new Ghost 360 sonar feature and compatibility for NAC-2 and NAC-3 autopilots.
The update enables Ghost 360 for users of the company’s Ghost trolling motor with active imaging 3-in-1 nosecone, offering anglers a high-resolution, 360-degree image below and around their boats.
With the update, anglers also can use automatic steering rotation of the Ghost trolling motor to pinpoint structure.
Ghost 360 is available on all Ghost-compatible multifunction displays, including the Elite FS, HDS Carbon and HDS LIVE.
“Lowrance users who already have Elite FS, HDS LIVE or HDS Carbon, plus a Ghost trolling motor with a 3-in-1 nose cone, are receiving the new Ghost 360 sonar feature, which would typically cost more than $1,000 in new equipment, for free,” Lucas Steward, executive vice president of Lowrance, said in the statement. “This update also provides a more seamless experience for users of larger boats and saltwater anglers by offering new autopilot compatibility with HDS LIVE.”
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