Lumishore lighting systems integrated into Raymarine displays

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A captain can control his Lumishore lights from a Raymarine MFD.

A captain can control his Lumishore lights from a Raymarine MFD.

Lumishore has partnered with Raymarine to integrate its LED light systems into the electronics manufacturer’s Axiom and Axiom Pro series multifunction displays.

Axiom users can control Lumishore EOS and Supra series lighting systems from the touchscreen. Accessible in the LightHouse apps, the interface panel features a palette wheel for color selection, a horizontal slide bar for adjusting intensity and other controls. Additionally, Lumishore’s Sound-to-Light mode pulses lights to the beat of a song on Axiom’s built-in media player.

“Whether you are setting the mood for your next boating adventure, using underwater lighting to attract fish or throwing an epic party, the incredible functionality of our system integrates seamlessly with Axiom displays to deliver complete control at your fingertips,” Eifrion Evans, Lumishore CEO, said in a statement.

Lighting control on Raymarine displays requires connection with the Lumishore Lumi-Link module. The marine-grade black box is compatible with Axiom or Axiom Pro models running Lighthouse software version 3.5.40 or later, via a single plug-and-play RayNet connection.

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