NX300

Furuno Digital NavTex Receiver

Furuno Digital NavTex Receiver

Description

The Furuno Digital NavTex Receiver receives NavTex from the telex broadcast system.

Features

  • Reliable reception of NavTex messages
  • No consumables or paper required
  • Can be installed at any convenient place on the vessel
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$695.00
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Details

Furunos NX300 paperless Navtex receiver is the most economical way of monitoring navigational warnings, meteorological warnings, search and rescue information and other data for ships sailing within 200-400 n.m. of shore. Every incoming message is identified and new messages are read from the high-contrast 4.5" LCD display, no paper is required. However, you can print out the message via a PC.

The NX300 consists of the compact, waterproof display and an H-Field Loop antenna. You can also use the NX300 as a nav repeater, by using its NMEA0183 port to connect it to your GPS or DGPS receiver.

Standard Features

  • Digital Navtex Receiver - No Paper Required
  • 518 kHz Reception - 200-400nm Range From Coast Stationt
  • 132 Message (Avg.) / 28,000 Character Memory Strorage Capacity
  • Optimum Station Selection Based Upon Position (*L/L Required)
  • GPS NMEA 0183 L/L Position / SOG / COG / BTW Data Repeater
  • RS-232 Data Output To Personal Computer & Printer
  • H-Field Antenna For Enhanced Reception (No Ground Required)
  • 3 Modes: Message Selection, Message Display, Nav Data Display
  • 15 Message Categories - User Selectable / Customized
  • Low Power Consumption & Memory Back-Up w/Lithium Battery

Shipping Information

  • 11 Lbs., 1 Carton

Power Requirements

  • 12 - 24 VDC, 70 - 250 mA (3W Max.)

Notes

  1. L/L Data Input Required

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Furuno Digital NavTex Receiver NX300 Digital NavTex receiver
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