GP170

Furuno IMO GPS Navigator

Furuno IMO GPS Navigator

Description

The Furuno IMO GPS Navigator is a highly stable and reliable position fixing system for ocean going ships, large yachts, ferries, and commercial vessels.

Features

  • Augmentation To Enhance Precision By Utilizing SBAS
  • Full Compliance With IMP MSC. 114 (73) And IEX 61108-4
  • Front Panel USB Port For Export/Import Of Routing Data, Menu Settings And User Settings
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$2295.00
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 It is an ideal position sensor for Radar, AIS, ECDIS, Autopilot, Echo Sounder and other navigation and communications equipment. The designed GPS chip and antenna deliver enhanced stability and precision in position fixing. Noise rejection capabilities are incorporated in the new receiver, delivering anti-jamming function as well as a high level of tolerance towards multi-path mitigation. Tolerance towards multi-path mitigation is further enhanced when the GPA020S or GPA021S antenna unit is utilized.

A variety of display modes are available including Plotter, Course, Highway, Data and Integrity. The Integrity display mode delivers a highly accurate Skyplot presentation of currently viewable satellites, status on GNSS/SBAS signal reception including strength and SNR, and elevation angles of available satellites, as well as detailed information about available beacon stations.

Features:

  • 10 Hz (0.1 second) position update rate making steady own ship tracking possible 
  • BAM (Bridge Alert Management) ready
  • LAN interface for efficient network integration into bridge system (IEC 61162-450)
  • Simplified menu operation
  • Enhanced route planning/management function

DGPS Also Features:

  • Differential GPS utlizes terrestrial station signals to enhance
  • Satellite-based positioning 

 

 

Notable Specifications:

 

  • Display Size: 5.7"
  • Display Type: Color LCD
  • Power Use: 12-24 VDC
  • Receiver Type: GPS or DGPS
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