FI70

Furuno Color LCD Instrument/Data Organizer

Furuno Color LCD Instrument/Data Organizer

Description

The Furuno Color LCD Instrument/Data Organizer features a screen that is bonded for fog-free performance and is perfectly visible even in bright daylight.

Features

  • Perfect Cosmetic Match For NavNet TZtouch/TZtouch2 And NavPilot 711C
  • Beautiful, Vibrant 4.1" Color LCD
  • Use Existing Sensors With New Analog IF-NMEAFI Converter
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$595.00
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$520.63
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A variety of external sensors can be connected via the CAN bus network for simple and reliable operation. Display modes include: Heading, Wind, Engine, AIS, Graph, Timer, Highway, Nav Data, Rudder, Roll & Pitch, and more.

The FI70 boasts an amazing user interface - almost anything can be customized. Conveniently choose the way you want information to be displayed, in a way that is most relevant to you.

Features:

  • Low power consumption (0.15 A max)
  • Simple AIS display through connected CAN bus devices
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$520.63
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