Furuno 6kW UHD Digital Radar f/TZtouch & TZtouch2 - Less Antenna

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6kW UHD Digital Radar f/TZtouch & TZtouch2 - Less Antenna

DRS6AX "X-Class" , a whole new class of Radar!
Pushing the boundaries of what is possible with conventional Radar technology, DRS6AX "X-Class" marks yet another leap forward for FURUNO. Improved in almost all aspects, DRS6AX "X-Class" Radar features improved short range detection, as well as an impressive long range detection of up to 120 nautical miles.

The redesigned pedestal unit is 20% lighter than previous DRS6AX model and features an updated motor for significantly lower noise levels. Combined with an updated smart-connector cable, installation and maintenance is simpler than ever before.

Fast Target Tracking™ function adopted from our commercial Radar FAR3000, is also available on the DRS6AX "X-Class." Target course and speed vectors are displayed instantly with the press of a button. Target vectors increase situational awareness and can increase overall safety on your vessel.

  • 6kW Power Output
  • Enhanced target detection, both short and long range
  • Minimum detection range of just 20M
  • Fast Target Tracking™
  • Bird Mode
  • Pedestal unit, 20% lighter than previous DRS6A unit, updated low noise motor
  • No PSU required, decreasing total costs
  • Easy installation without the need to open pedestal unit
  • New smart-connector cable
  • Choice of 3.5', 4' or 6' Antenna
  • Compatible with NavNet TZtouch and NavNet TZtouch2 (not compatible with NavNet 3D or earlier NavNet models)
  • The DRS6AX is a 24V system; a converter will be required for use with 12V power systems
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