Navico Unveils Fathom e-Power and CZone Mobile

Both technologies are intended to transform boaters’ on-water experience.

Navico Fathom
The Fathom e-Power System by Navico provides more battery capacity than traditional generators. Courtesy Navico

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Navico Group, part of Brunswick Corp., recently unveiled two new technologies: the Fathom e-Power System and CZone Mobile.

The Fathom e-Power System is intended to provide reliable power management and control, and let users better understand and manage their power needs. It combines components from Navico Group brands, including Mastervolt, BEP, CZone, Ancor and Blue Sea Systems.

Fathom e-Power provides more battery capacity and eliminates the noise, vibration and fumes associated with traditional generators. It has an intuitive user interface for monitoring and controlling power on and off the vessel. The system is available in 12-, 24- and 84-volt customizable kits, with additional kits expected in 2023.

CZone Mobile is a cloud and mobile app technology to help boatbuilders enhance the boating experience for their customers. It can monitor a boat’s location, engine data, battery and fuel levels, and bilge status. It also can provide content such as marine weather forecasts and trip tracking.

Several boat brands, including Boston Whaler and Sea Ray, are already using CZone Mobile.

What’s Navico Group? It’s a newly formed division of Brunswick Corp. for integrated systems and products in the marine and RV markets. The group’s brands include Attwood, B&G, BEP, Blue Sea Systems, C-Map, CZone, Garelick, Lenco, Lowrance, Marinco, Mastervolt, MotorGuide, Progressive Industries, ProMariner, RELiON, Simrad and Whale.

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