Mercury Brings Out a Bigger Engine Monitor

The VesselView903 features a bright nine-inch display.

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Mercury Marine has introduced a larger VesselView multifunction display for its marine engines. The VesselView903 features a bright nine-inch display with a 16x9 aspect ratio, and a high-definition glass touchscreen with a glare reducing coating and dimmable lighting.

Similar to the VesselView703 seven-inch display launched at the 2017 Miami International Boat Show, the advanced technology in the 903 is capable of integrating all Simrad accessories as the Simrad GO9 product line, including Simrad radar, transducers, AIS, VHF, SonicHub/Fusion Link/SiriusXM, CZone/Naviop digital switching and more.

The Mercury VesselView903 features a built in 10Hz GPS and chart plotter. It also offers auto-notification of software updates through the embedded WiFi. The technology supports 16 languages and multiple units of measure.

In addition, VesselView903 provides a descriptive fault text display as well as up-to-date information for more than 30 engine parameters, including fuel level and cruising range, oil temperature and pressure, battery voltage, water depth, and more.