FI70DSW

Furuno FI70DSW Depth/Speed/Wind FI70 Package

Furuno FI70DSW Depth/Speed/Wind FI70 Package
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Furuno FI70DSW Depth/Speed/Wind FI70 Package

Our professionally designed FI70 instrument series is designed to meet the needs of sail boaters and power boaters alike. The FI70DSW package offers a solution to boaters looking for an economical solution to display Water Depth and vessel speed, as well as wind speed and direction.

The FI70DSW package consists of the FI5001 Wind Sensor, DST-800PSF Digital Depth/Speed/Temp sensor, and two FI70 Digital Data Displays. The package includes the IF-NMEAFI Analog to NMEA2000 data converter as well as the FI5002 Junction Box for a simple installation and full compatibility with other navigation equipment. Whether you use these instruments by themselves or as a part of your NavNet system, the FI70DSW will add both function and beauty to your helm.

The FI5001 is an analog Wind Transducer capable of detecting wind angle accuracy of better than q10x and wind speed accuracy of better than +/-5% (20 kt). The DST-800PSF operates at 235kHz and provides Depth and Speed Through Water, as well as Temperature accuracy within a single degree.

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