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Furuno 1st Watch Wireless Radar

Furuno 1st Watch Wireless Radar

Description

The Furuno 1st Watch Wireless Radar gives any crew member the ability to roam the vessel while maintaining full situation awareness of the vessels surroundings.

Features

  • First radar in the world accessible from an iOS device
  • User selectable range scale from 0.125 to 24 nm
  • No extra wiring needed except the power source
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1st Watch Wireless Radar

Untether & Explore - Furuno 1st Watch Wireless Radar, that you can access directly from your iOS devices.

Features:

  • 4kW Radar antenna, powerful yet compact in size (same housing as DRS2D)
  • Wireless LAN, first Radar in the world accessible from your iOS devies
  • No extra wiring needed except the power source, making installation a breeze
  • Exceptionally simple setup and intuitive operation with user-friendly and free iOS app
  • Extremely economical power consumption
  • Vivid, multi-color Radar target presentation (1/8nm - 24nm)
  • Simple touch interface with familiar gestures
  • User selectable range scale from 0.125 to 24 nm
  • Simultaneously connect and utilize 2 iOS devices, via high-sensitivity wireless signal



Move Around & Explore
With Furuno's 1st Watch Wireless Radar, you can do things previously impossible. You can bring the Radar display wherever you go, even put it on the iPhone in your pocket. Since the display is untethered, you are free to roam the vessel while maintaining full situational awareness of your surroundings. For example, you can bring the Radar display with you when jumping into the cabin quickly to grab fishing gear or other tools needed during your voyage.

Easy To Use At 1st Glance
Plug in the Radar, set up the free app from App Store and you're good to go. With familiar gestures it's a breeze to use, you can even use two iOS devices simultaneously. The app has been created with simplicity and efficiency in mind, providing reliable information that is easily accessible.

Less Cables, More Flexibility
Installation is simple with the compact and lightweight Radar antenna. Mount it, plug in the power cord and you're done. Due to the portability of the iOS devices this makes the system a good option for boats where space constrictions are of concern.

*Please note: iOS devices and accessories are sold separately and do not come included with this product.

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