The FA-40 delivers “Real-Time" AIS information to navigation systems providing critical collision avoidance information in all weather conditions

Acquisition and tracking of traffic around your vessel is absolutely necessary for safe and efficient navigation. FURUNO’s FA-40 AIS Receiver provides navigational data about other AIS-equipped vessels, increasing your situational awareness and allowing you to navigate more safely.

  • Enhances safe navigation by exchanging critical navigation information from AIS-equipped vessels nearby
  • Greatly improves the level of the situational awareness even in fog, darkness or congested waterways
  • Flexible integration with various AIS compatible radar and chart plotters
  • High power (5W) and fast transmitting rate contributing to greater safety
  • Internal VHF splitter eliminates need for separate antenna
  • Switchable SO-TDMA and CS-TDMA
  • Receives both Class-A and Class-B AIS information
  • Initial setup can be done through the NMEA2000 network (TZT2/TZT3)
  • Silent Mode with external ON/OFF switch

Technical Specification

  • Channel Spacing : 25 kHz
  • TX/RX Frequency :
    156.025 MHz ~ 162.025 MHz
    Output Power: 5 W or 1 W (SO-TDMA), 2 W (CS-TDMA)
  • POWER SUPPLY : 12-24 VDC, 1.8-0.9 A

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