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Product DescriptionThe Furuno FCV-585 is a high performance, dual-frequency digital fishfinder with a high transmission output power of 600 watts or 1 kW. Employing a sunlight viewable, high-resolution VGA 8.4" color LCD (TFT) display, this compact waterproof 50/200 kHz sounder accurately detects fish and delivers detailed bottom readings in 8, 16, or 64 levels of color gradations. The FCV-585 incorporates Furuno's digital signal processing technology. This digital filter helps adjust gain, STC, and output power and also suppresses noise that occurs just below the transducer. The incorporation of this new digital technology facilitates outstanding detection in both shallow and deep water. Rotary knob technology allows for easy operation of the four basic operational modes: single-frequency (50 or 200 kHz), dual-frequency, zoom (marker zoom, bottom zoom, bottom-lock), and nav data. You can operate the unit in one of its two auto modes - cruising or fishing. For the experienced angler, operate in manual mode to further enhance the unit. The FCV-585 design allows the unit to swivel around when desk top mounted, and the quick-release bracket makes flush mounting simple. Measures 9.2"H x 9.2"W x 4.3"D. Two-year warranty. Transducer sold separately.
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Q:I have a 8 pin transducer in my boat will this work with the fcv 585?. If not would there be a adpater cable to make it work.Asked on 5/1/2012 by Philip Caliri from Wareham, Ma.02571
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