Network Sensors:Radar



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Radar Sensors

The NavNet TZtouch radar processor is incorporated into a radome antenna or gearbox. Simply plug in Ethernet and power cable connectors and you will have digital radar sensor within your NavNet TZtouch network. The IP address is automatically assigned to the radar sensor for true Plug and Play installation.

NavNet TZtouch Radar Sensor Options

DRS4DL
DRS4DLDetail
DRS4D-NXT
DRS4D-NXTDetail
DRS6A X-Class
DRS6A X-ClassDetail
DRS12A X-Class
NEW
DRS12A X-ClassDetail
DRS25A X-Class
NEW
DRS25A X-ClassDetail
Output Power 4 kW Solid-state, 25 W 6 kW 12 kW 25 kW
Size 19 inch 24 inch 3.5 ft/4 ft/6 ft 4 ft/6 ft 4 ft/6 ft
Antenna Type Radome Radome Open Open Open
Beam Width Horizontal 5.2° 3.9° 2.3°/1.9°/1.4° 1.9°/1.4° 1.9°/1.4°
Vertical 25° 25° 22°/22°/22° 22°/22° 22°/22°
Max. Range 36 nm 36 nm 96 nm 96 nm 96 nm
48 rpm Capability -
Functions Head-up, North-up* Head-up, North-up*, Echo Trail, Target Analyzer, Bird mode, Fast Target Tracking, AIS Head-up, North-up*, Echo Trail, Bird mode, Fast Target Tracking, AIS
Dual Range Scanning -
(Range is limited to 12 nm)
ARPA -
System version reguired 4.11 4.21 4.21 5.01 5.01

* Heading input required.
** Not available for 12 V.The radar antenna complies with IEC62252 Ed. 1:2004 (Clauses 4.33, 5,33, Annex D) relevant to radio characteristic.
Not available for NavNet 3D.

FURUNO CAN bus base network

The NavNet radar sensor incorporates a CAN bus port to which FURUNO’s CAN bus sensors such as the Weather Station, the GP-330B GPS Sensor and the SC-30 Satellite Compass can be directly connected. Power for these networked CAN bus sensors is supplied from the CAN bus. This unique feature allows for flexible installation of multiple CAN bus sensors without the need to run cables all the way to the main processor unit.
CAN bus data can be converted and distributed throughout the NavNet Ethernet network.