Furuno's groundbreaking NavNet 3D navigation system breathes new life into the user interface to expand your navigational horizons. NavNet 3D uses a cutting-edge technology called "Time Zero". Time Zero facilitates instant chart redraw, allowing for zooming in and out, changing chart display modes, and other chart handling functions seamlessly and with no lag at all. NavNet 3D incorporates true 3D environment that allows for a full-time 3-dimensional presentation, as opposed to 2D charts that require special effects to appear 3D. There are no special "modes" that limit your ability to navigate the way you want. Plan your routes and enter waypoints directly on your raster or vector native 3D charts. The beauty of navigating in true 3D is that radar overlay, weather receiver, AIS, all chart symbols, and depth soundings can be displayed at will with full time control. NavNet 3D operates in a fully digital environment with its highly sensitive digital sensors for radar and fishfinder. The operating structure is also digitized, delivering total fusion of hardware and software modules in its operating scheme. NavNet 3D provides the easiest user interface available with a combination of both Rotokey and familiar point-and-click cursor pad controls. The new Rotokey on-screen revolving menu key gives you instant access to full control of NavNet 3D. A short press of the Rotokey gives you access to a user-selected set of the basic functions, while a longer press displays all of the functions available. Never leave your navigation screen to enter a menu again! NavNet 3D displays are preloaded with NOAA raster chart library for entire U.S. coastline including Alaska and Hawaii. Save more than 12,000 ship's track points, over 2,000 waypoints, and 200 planned routes with up to 100 waypoints per route. Two video inputs and one video output. Operate with Ethernet, NMEA0183, and NMEA2000.
12.1" high resolution color TFT LCD display Preloaded
with Nautic Insight HD US coastal charts Shows detailed depth contours w/3D shading High power (1.6GHz) processor Networks with SimNet, NMEA 0183, and NMEA 2000