MCU002

Furuno NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit

Furuno NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit

Description

The TZ Remote Control Unit gives basic control of the NavNet TZtouch series within arms reach.

Features

  • Complete control of all TZtouch features and functions
  • Compactly sized for flexible installation
  • Combination of clickable joystick controller and tactile response buttons
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$180.00
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The  NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit is a compact, waterproof remote control unit for use with the TZT9/14/BB. It offers the expandability of multi touch operation of the TZT9/14/BB to the hardware key operation, as the best supplemental tool to multi touch operation. With the  NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit, basic control of the NavNet TZtouch series is always within arms reach. The  NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit consists of a simple joystick and 10 dedicated, logical hardware keys, offering control of nearly every aspect of the TZtouch system. The joystick can move in eight directions to move a cursor or scroll the screen. It also has a "push" functionality - for example, if you push the joystick on the Plotter screen, a contextual menu will appear. The  NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit also offers control of the NavPilot 700 Autopilot when that system is integrated with NavNet TZtouch.

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Furuno NavNet TZtouch Remote Control Unit MCU002 NavNet TZtouch remote control unit
$180.00
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