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Product DescriptionThe Furuno 1623 is a high-contrast LCD radar for pleasure and smaller craft. The display unit has a 6" high-definition Silver Bright LCD screen which displays echoes in four shades of gray. The FU1623 also offers an improved short-range target detection feature by using narrower pulse lengths and dual IF bandwidths. Standard features include an EBL (Electronic Bearing Line), EVRM (Electronic Variable Range Marker), Echo Trail, and Guard Zone Alarm. Automatic control of tuning, sensitivity (gain), and anti-clutter combine optimum performance with ease of operation. The 1623 offers four different operation modes: Normal, Off-Center, Zoom, and Watch mode. In the Watch mode, the antenna is stopped and the transmission is off so that the screen displays nav data only. The radar wakes up at a specified time interval (5, 10, or 20 min.) and operates for 10 scans. If targets enter or leave the Guard Zone, an audible alarm sounds, the radar resumes normal operation, and the Watch mode is cancelled. Ships with display unit, radome antenna, 10 meter antenna cable, power cable, and installation and operating manuals. 12 - 32V DC. Measures 8.9"H x 7.3"W x 4.4"D. Two-year warranty.
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Q:Does this item come with the LCD radar display as well as the scanner unit? Meaning does this item contain all parts necessary to have a working radar set-up on a small watercraft? Thank you.Asked on 5/14/2012 by Limno from Moscow, ID
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