FI5001

Furuno FI50 Series Wind Transducer

Furuno FI50 Series Wind Transducer

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The FI50 Series Wind Transducer is for the FI50 Wind display and Close Haul Wind Display.

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FI5001

The FI5001 is an analog Wind Transducer for use with NavNet 3D and the FI50 series of instrument displays. It is capable of detecting wind angle accuracy of better than 10° and wind speed accuracy of better than 5% (20 kt). The FI5001 has a power requirements of less than 40 mA on a 12VDC system.

Important Note: The FI5001 Sensor does not come with a cable as standard. Please select a 30 meter or 50 meter cable kit when ordering the FI5001 Wind Sensor.
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Furuno FI50 Series Wind Transducer FI5001 FI50 Series Wind Transducer, no cable
$500.00
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Furuno Cable Kits with Junction Box for FI5001 000-010-511 Cable kit with junction box for FI5001, 30 meter
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Furuno Cable Kits with Junction Box for FI5001 000-010-618 Cable kit with junction box for FI5001, 50 meter
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