The Raymarine SR200 InfoLINK receiver brings subscription-based SiriusXM Marine weather, Fish Mapping, and satellite radio to Raymarine Axiom chartplotter displays.
SiriusXM Marine weather is a satellite-delivered, graphical weather and fishing service for boaters. Essential information like weather radar, NEXRAD storm cell tracking, tropical storm tracks, and localized forecasts are easily viewable on the Axiom chartplotter display. Anglers can enjoy high-resolution sea surface temperature overlays and SiriusXM’s Fish Mapping® science-based data service for ultimate offshore intelligence.
In addition to weather services, the SR200 InfoLINK receiver provides access to over 150 SiriusXM Satellite Radio programming channels. The SR200 features an analog line output connection that you can easily connect to the auxiliary input on most marine stereo systems. SiriusXM channel selection, presets, and controls are accessed from Raymarine’s LightHouse OS.
The SR200 connects to the RayNet high-speed Ethernet network and seamlessly delivers content to all your Axiom chartplotters. A low-profile Shakespeare SRA-50 SiriusXM Marine antenna kit is included. The antenna can be mounted on any horizontal surface with a clear view of the sky or pole mounted with the threaded adapter.
SiriusXM Marine service is available in the continental United States, southern Canada, and coastal waters up to 150 NM offshore. The SR200 InfoLINK receiver requires a valid activation and subscription to SiriusXM Marine Weather and/or SiriusXM Satellite radio, sold separately. Please visit www.siriusxm.com/marine for full details on features, packages, pricing, and the most up-to-date satellite coverage map.
SR200 InfoLINK SiriusXM Receiver SKU: E70499
SR200 InfoLINK SiriusXM Receiver
Axiom, Axiom+ Axiom Pro, Axiom 2 Pro, Axiom XL (Requires LightHouse 3.9 or newer software)
|SiriusXM Subscription Options||
Marine Coastal, Marine Offshore and Fish Mapping
|Audio Subscription Options||
SiriusXM Channel Line-up
7.1in wide x 3.56in depth x 1.65in high ( 180mm wide x 90.4 depth x 42mm high)
|Water Ingress Protection||
|Operating Temperature Range||
-20ºC to 70ºC (-4ºF to 158ºF)
|Storage temperature range||
-40ºC to 85ºC (-40ºF to 185ºF)
12 or 24 V dc
|Operating Voltage Range||
+9 to 32 V dc
1 RayNet type Ethernet port
|SIRIUS Audio Out (line level)||
4-pin audio output to 3.5mm stereo male
|SIRIUS Antenna Input||
1 connection (SMA) Antenna SMA - SMB adaptor - 20mm Provided
Note: Mounting hardware and documentation not shown
SR200 InfoLINK SiriusXM Receiver
Shakespeare SRA-50 SiriusXM Antenna with pole and surface mounting kits
SRA-50 interconnect cable (25-feet)
SR200 InfoLINK to RayNet Interface cable (2 meters)
Analog stereo (L/R) line output cable (2 meters)
Power Cable (2 meters)
Installation guide and documentation kit
1. Get SiriusXM and Marine Weather Together Using the SR150 or SR200 Receiver
Raymarine’s SR150 or SR200 Marine Weather receivers are dual-receiver units that support receiving weather data, Fish Mapping, and SiriusXM satellite radio. In this configuration, the Raymarine SiriusXM receiver is under the full control of the Raymarine LightHouse multifunction display and its Audio application. Channel selection and tuning, favorite channels, favorite track alerts, and other popular features are controlled by the Audio application on your Axiom chartplotter. Axiom can display artist and album information in the Audio app.
The SR150 or SR200's line-out audio is normally connected to an auxiliary input on a marine stereo source unit, or fed directly to a speaker amplifier. Volume adjustments made from the chartplotter will change the audio line-out level only. In this configuration, your marine stereo source unit won't display artist/album/track or station information. Channel selection is performed on your Raymarine chartplotter in the Audio app.
2. Listen to SiriusXM from a 3rd Party Receiver
Raymarine's LightHouse Audio application can control many features on marine source units from Rockford Fosgate, FUSION, JL Audio and others supporting NMEA2000 networking. These manufacturers may offer their own SiriusXM satellite radio tuners that plug directly into their source units. Raymarine's integration with these types of 3rd SiriusXM receivers is very limited. SiriusXM channel selection, favorite channels, and favorite track/artist alerts are controlled from the marine audio source unit. Raymarine's Audio application can adjust the source unit\'s volume level and input source only.
While listening to other sources like Bluetooth, USB, iPod, AM/FM or CD/DVD, Raymarine’s Audio Application can control many features on the source unit like source selection, multi-zone volume control, AM/FM radio tuning, Bluetooth or USB track control, and display of artist/album/track information.
Some capabilities may vary slightly depending on which marine source unit you are connected to. Raymarine is also dedicated to continuous product improvements. Be sure to check with your marine electronics dealer for the latest compatibility information when building your system.
Any Axiom, Axiom+ Axiom Pro, Axiom Pro 2, or Axiom XL display running LightHouse 3 v3.9 software or later.
Yes. A Shakespeare SRA-50 SiriusXM antenna with 25ft cable is included with the SR200.
You can use the existing antenna and the antenna cable.
No. Any data is stored by the MFD, not the receiver. The SR200 does not buffer or store any weather information. When the SR200 is turned on, the unit will send updated weather information to the MFD as it is received.
The SR200 is supplied with an antenna with 25ft of cable, power cable, network and audio cables and owner’s manual.
The SR200 is compatible with the “Marine Coastal” and “Marine Offshore” weather packages. The Fish Mapping package also includes all weather features, along with 8 dedicated fishing features. In addition to these packages, Axiom, Axiom Pro and Axiom XL can also control the audio section of the SR200. SiriusXM Marine receiver subscriptions
The SR200 is capable of receiving Fish Mapping, weather, and entertainment packages and will be able to accept new data features as they become available. The SR150 is only capable of receiving weather and entertainment packages. Also, the SR200 is a better value, in addition to being lower in price, it includes the antenna.