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Furuno BBWX3 SiriusXM Satellite Weather Receiver

Furuno BBWX3 SiriusXM Satellite Weather Receiver
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BBWX3 Sirius Satellite Weather Receiver

Keeping track of weather is easier than ever with Furuno's BBWX3 3rd Generation Sirius Satellite Weather Receiver for NavNet 3D and NavNet TZtouch! Furuno and Sirius have teamed up to bring you live, up-to-date weather information and forecasting to give you peace of mind, no matter when or how you are using your boat. The weather information is obtained from the weather industry's leading experts and is delivered via digital receiver through Sirius' Marine Weather services.

You have the ability to receive high-quality and comprehensive weather information and forecasting that you can overlay onto your NOAA raster and vector charts. You will be provided with premium weather content, such as current weather reports, NOWRadr nationwide high resolution weather radar imagery and high-resolution Sea Surface Temperature images that can help fishermen locate hot spots. Now you can have your weatherman with you 24/7 with your TRUE color Radar/Chart Plotter and Sirius Marine Weather!

Satellite weather receiver service is available for all NavNet TZtouch and NavNet 3D models. Requires Sirius weather service subscription, sold separately.

Features:
  • Up-to-the-minute weather forecasting at sea
  • Satellite Sea Surface Temperatures
  • Animated NOWRad® weather radar
  • Pressure isobars and frontal boundaries
  • Squall lines and surface pressure
  • Wind forecasts using wind barbs or arrows
  • Marine text forecasts
  • Lightning strike reports & storm tracking
  • Buoy reports
  • Wave height forecasts
  • Sirius Satellite Radio control (NavNet 3D only; requires
    Sirius Satellite Radio subscription)
  • Antenna not included


Compatible Devices:
  • NavNet 3D
  • NavNet TZtouch
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