DRS4DL

Furuno 19" Radar Dome For TZtouch and TZtouch2

Furuno 19" Radar Dome For TZtouch and TZtouch2

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The Furuno 19" Radar Dome For TZtouch and TZtouch2 is presented in a compact, rugged dome with a 5.2 degree horizontal beamwidth antenna.

Features

  • Ultra-High Definition Digital Radar Delivers Crystal Clear Targets
  • Real-Time Digital Auto Gain/Sea/Rain Controls
  • Simplified Installation With "Pigtail" For Power And LAN, Plus 15m Standard Cable
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DRS4DL Radar Dome - 4kW - 19" for TZtouch & TZtouch2

The DRS4DL is a 19" dome Radar Sensor for NavNet TZtouch and NavNet TZtouch2. This 4kW Radar is presented in a compact, rugged 19" dome with a 5.2 degree horizontal beamwidth antenna. Furuno's automatic, real-time digital signal processing presents navigators with some of the clearest targets they'll ever find from a Radar of this compact size.

The DRS4DL utilizes a wired connection with NavNet TZtouch and TZtouch2. In combination with the TZTL12F/15F, this single-wire solution results in a very simple installation.

The DRS4DL spins at a fixed 24RPM, and has range scales from 1/8 nm to 36 nm.

The DRS4DL is designed to work with NavNet TZtouch and TZtouch2 systems. It is not compatible with NavNet 3D.

Features:
  • Compact 19" 4kW UHD Radome with 36nm range
  • 5.2 degree horizontal/25 degree vertical beamwidth
  • Ultra-High Definition (UHD) Digital Radar delivers crystal-clear targets
  • Real-time digital auto Gain/Sea/Rain controls
  • Simplified installation with "pigtail" for power and LAN, plus 15m std. cable
  • 12-24 VDC supplied by ship's mains (no external power supply required)
  • Lightweight Radome weighs in at only 12.5lbs
  • High-efficiency 23 Watt TX/10 Watt STBY power consumption
  • IPX6 waterproofing and -25C to 55C environmental rating
  • Fully compatible with all NavNet TZtouch and TZtouch2 systems
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Furuno 19" Radar Dome For TZtouch and TZtouch2 DRS4DL 19" Radar Dome For TZtouch and TZtouch2, 4kW
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