The FA-70 offers accurate information exchange that can be utilized for collision avoidance

FURUNO’s FA-70 class-B AIS transponder receives navigation data from AIS-equipped vessels nearby that can be utilized to aid in safe navigation. Also, the FA-70 transmits own ship’s information to the vessels around, which also aids in collision avoidance.

  • 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
  • Optional GPS antenna can be connected to receive GPS information
  • Initial setup can be done through the NMEA2000 network (TZT2/TZT3)
  • Receives both Class-A and Class-B AIS information

Technical Specification

  • Channel Spacing : 25 kHz
  • RX Frequency : 1575.42 MHz
  • POWER SUPPLY : 12-24 VDC, 0.3-0.2 A

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