Furuno Offers New Radar For Workboats, Smaller Vessels

—Free Literature Available— Furuno recently introduced what the company says is one of the finest small dome antenna radars ever introduced on the U.S. market, the Model 1830. This new radar, replacing the well-known M1800, has such performance features as full 3-kw output, a large, bright, high-resolution 10-inch rasterscan display, high definition four-level quantization, Furuno's exclusive MIC receiver, off-centering for forward range extension, Echo Plot to assess course and speed of other targets, and trackball-controlled EBL, EVRM, cursor and Guard Zone.

The M1830 provides eight range scales from 1/4 to 24 n.m. and has a newly designed lightweight dome antenna for easy installation. When connected to an external nav receiver, the M1830 displays position in Lat/Lon, vessel speed and range/ bearing to a selected waypoint at the bottom of the CRT. Also, all radar system settings and control readouts are displayed.

Furuno's new M1830 has the styling, performance features and reliability to make it the perfect radar for yachts, smaller fishing vessels and workboats. It operates from a universal 10.2 to 40 VDC power source and requires just 50 W.

For free literature containing full information on the new Model 1830 small dome antenna radar from Furuno, Circle 12 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 98,  Jun 1989

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