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Furuno Color Instrument FI-70 Operators Manual


Year: 2016
Language: english
Author: Furuno
Genre: Manual
Publisher: Furuno
Edition: C
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 89
Description: By connecting the appropriate sensors, the FI-70 can provide various analog and digital
navigation and environmental data, via a digital data display, using a high quality, backlit LCD. The
sturdy, weather-proof case is built to stand up to even the harshest of environments.
The main features of the FI-70 are:
• Extensive navigational aid data, such as bearing, range, waypoints and current position, all on
one compact display.
• Easy to view LCD with multi colored display.
• Easy to operate interface with multi function keys.
• Able to display various alarms and alerts. (Requires appropriate sensors.)
• Designed for NavNet TZtouch2 compatibility.
• Up to three engines may have their various data displayed.
• Simplified AIS function allows up to 25 vessels to be displayed.
• CAN bus (NMEA2000) network compatible.
With regards to CE declarations, please refer to our website (www.furuno.com), for further information on RoHS conformity declarations.

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