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Furuno NavNet TZtouch Multifunction Displays

Furuno NavNet TZtouch Multifunction Displays

Description

The Furuno NavNet TZtouch is built on an Ethernet network that allows up six displays, CAN bus devices and as many components needed to create the perfect navigation suite.

Features

  • East to understand touch screen interface
  • Unlimited access to completely free weather forecasts
  • Anti-reflective glass coating is visible under any lighting condition
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TZtouch Delivers A Huge Step Forward in Touch Screen Technology
Today's NavNet has come a long way from the first multifunction display. Take one look and you will see just how far. A generous 9" or 14.1" display with edge-to-edge glass makes for a clean and stylish installation. The LED backlighting pushes light through every pixel on the screen for remarkable brightness. Anti-reflective glass coating is visible under any lighting condition. Configure the displays with a wide variety of sensors to build a navigation suite that meets your individual requirements.

Bonded LCD - Clear Readability
Furuno's bonded LCDs offer a fog-free structural design that has been applied to both the TZT9 and TZT14. This ensures that the display will never be affected by water condensation, caused by an air gap between the LCD and the front cover plate.

Polarized Friendly - Clearly Remarkable
NavNet TZtouch has an LCD screen that does not "black out" when wearing polarized sunglasses, providing clear visibility from virtually any angle.

Multi Touch Control
TZtouch brings you pinch-to-zoom capability, as well as other multi touch gestures for the most intuitive navigation experience.

Wireless Hotspot Connectivity
TZtouch has wireless connectivity to hotspots, enabling the ability to download useful updates, such as real-time weather data, via the Internet.

Tablet & Smartphone Apps
Custom apps allow you to wirelessly view and control TZtouch from any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. (Other mobile platforms to be supported in the future.)

Nothing is faster than TimeZero™
TimeZero™ technology redefines the meaning of stress-free operation by smoothing out your chart handling actions.

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