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Furuno. The ? irst Name i 11D igi ized Rad ars.

Furuno now has a digitized radar perfect for just about any vessel: recreational or commercial, large, small, or in between. Eight different models are available with bright green monochrome

CRT's from 9 to 12 inches, radome or open antenna units, output powers from 3 to 10 ranges from 24 to 72 n.mi.

Every model in the line features Furuno's multilevel quantization technique that produces the most detailed high resolution picture available today, built-in VRM and EBL, low noise MIC front end for exceptional sensitivity, on-screen readout of system settings, and a host of standard features that make these radars the best value on the market anywhere.

It's just not possible to describe all the advantages, benefits, or "bells and whistles" in the space available here. See any of these superb radars personally at your nearest authorized Furuno dealer oudet: the Models 1800 and 1900 super-compact radars; the FR-600D Series mid-range units (shown here); the FR-800D top-of-the-line Series.

Visit your dealer today or send for complete product data. fl rURUNO

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Member inuist*,^. © 1986 Furuno U SA, Inc. 271 Harbor Way, PO. Box 2343

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Furuno. Choice of die professionals. "Ui* MB frfflft

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