Dec 12, 2017

Furuno RadarFuruno continues to enhance its proven line of Radars technology by adding impressive Fast Target Tracking and ARPA capability to one of their most compact, yet capable Radar offerings. With the addition of these impressive features, the popular DRS4DL for NavNetTZtouch and NavNet TZtouch2 has been given a new title, the DRS4DL+.

Fast Target Tracking (FTT) and ARPA, allows the DRS4DL+ to instantly acquire and track up to 10 targets when interfaced with a suitable heading sensor. Once a target has been selected, a speed and course vector is displayed in seconds. With accurate tracking information, estimation of other vessel's course and speed is greatly simplified.

The DRS4DL+ is a 4kW, 36 n.m. Radar housed in the same compact 19" Radome as its predecessor. Thanks to its 5.2-degree horizontal beamwidth antenna and Furuno's automatic, real-time digital signal processing, the DRS4DL+ presents users with some of the clearest targets you'll ever find from a Radar of this compact size.

The DRS4DL+ fits perfectly into the NavNetTZtouch& TZtouch2 Radar line, giving smaller boats and those with clearance constraints a great option. Furuno also worked at making it easier to install the DRS4DL+, saving time and money on installation. The Radome design incorporates a convenient "pigtail" cable for connection to both power and the NavNet network. The power consumption is a mere 23 Watts TX and 10 Watts STBY, thanks to its highly efficient circuitry.

If the thought of adding Radar to your system has ever crossed your mind, especially as you've hesitantly navigated through the fog, now's is the perfect time to add the DRS4DL+ with Fast Target Tracking and ARPA to your NavNetTZtouch or TZtouch2 system. Visit Furuno's informative Website at www.FurunoUSA.com.

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