Furuno AIS Transponder Class A With Display

Furuno AIS Transponder Class A With Display


The Furuno AIS Transponder Class A With Display is a shipborne universal AIS transponder capable of exchanging navigation and ship data between own ship and other ships or coastal stations.


  • Monitors Class A Universal AIS Broadcasts
  • IMO MSC.74(69) Annex 3, A.694, ITU-R M.1371-1 & DSC ITU-R M.825
  • 4.5" Silver Bright LCD Display
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The FA150 consists of a transponder unit and a compact display unit with 4.5" silver bright display. The compact FA150 display is designed to accommodate a simple and space-saving installation with a user-friendly ergonomic design.

The FA150 contains a VHF transmitter, two TDMA receivers on parallel VHF channels, a DSC channel 70 receiver, interface processor and internal GPS receiver. The GPS receiver is a 12-channel all-in-view receiver and has Differential capabilities (DGPS). The GPS receiver provides UTC reference and also provides position, COG and SOG in the event that a connected external GPS receiver fails.


  • Tracks Ship's CPA/TCPA, COG/SOG, & Name
  • Dual Frequencies from 156.025MHz to 162.025MHz
  • High Sensitivity, Synthesized Receiver
  • Auto Switching Between International & Local AIS Channels

Static Data:

  • MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity)
  • IMO Number
  • Ship's Name
  • Call Sign
  • Length & Beam
  • Type of Ship
  • Location of Position-Fixing Antenna on Ship
  • Ship's Position w/ Accuracy Indication & Integrity Status

Dynamic Data:

  • Coordinated universal time (UTC)
  • Course over Ground (COG)
  • Speed over Ground (SOG)
  • Heading
  • Rate of Turn (ROT)

Voyage Related Data:

  • Ship's Draft
  • Hazardous Cargo
  • Destination & ETA
  • Safety-Related Messages


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