Furuno Navnet TZtouch3 12″ with CMap Navchart and Free Bathy Chart worth $395.00
The 12″ Hybrid Control TZT12F is an IPS multi touch display with an integrated control panel, including Furuno's intuitive RotoKey and dedicated physical buttons to complement NavNet TZtouch3's multi-touch controls.
Rest your hand on the RotoKey as you crash through the waves, and navigate easily to your charted destination !
- More powerful quad-core processor for lightning-fast response
- Built-in Dual Channel 1 kW TruEcho CHIRP™ & CW Fish Finder, low, medium & high Frequencies.
- New Pin code access on start up
- Interface with an extensive range of sensors including new Doppler Radar models, DFF3D Multi beam, Autopilot and new Compass SCX20
- 4 Way Screen Split allows for further customisation
Never lose waypoints, routes or settings again with TZ Cloud
NavNet TZtouch3 keeps data secure and easy-to-access on multiple platforms with the TZ Cloud system. TZ Cloud service allows you to back up and store your waypoints, routes, and event marks to the TimeZero cloud server, as well as synchronise and edit them on your MFDs, TimeZero PC software, and the TZ iBoat app for iPad. Use the new TZ First Mate app to drop an event mark with each big catch and include the species, length & weight, and even take a picture with your phone, then access the information anywhere.
FIND MORE FISH WITH TruEcho CHIRP™
The internal 1 kW TruEcho CHIRP™ Fish Finder inside NavNet TZtouch3 is designed to operate across a wide range of frequencies utilising a broadband transducer and delivers significant advantages to signal clarity & target definition. Due to the constant sweeping of frequencies, it is capable of gathering more & higher quality data than traditional Fish Finders.
Built-in Dual Channel 1kW TruEcho CHIRP & CW Fish Finder
GO DEEPER WITH MORE POWER THAN YOU THOUGHT WAS POSSIBLE
NavNet TZtouch3 incorporates a powerful internal 1 kW TruEcho CHIRP™ Fish Finder. For many, this is the perfect Fish Finder, but for some, they need more power. So, introducing Deep Impact (DI-FFAMP), a high-powered 2/3 kW amplifier.
Deep Impact boosts your power to a 2/3 kW CHIRP Fish Finder. High-powered TruEcho CHIRP™ ensures that your echoes come back strong & clear at every depth range, displaying fish targets and bottom structure with amazing clarity.
Screenshot using Optional DEEP IMPACT (DI-FFAMP) amplifier.
Bottom DISCRIMINATION display*
Bottom Discrimination provides detailed information about knowing the make-up of the seabed & categorising it into four different categories: Rocks, Gravel, Sand, and Mud. The make-up of the seabed can be tremendously helpful information when looking for fishing grounds, as well as for finding suitable anchorage.
*Feature works with certain transducers. Not compatible with CHIRP, check to ensure your transducer is compatible.
ACCU-FISH™ fish size analyzer*
The ACCU-FISH™ algorithm analyzes echo returns in order to compute individual fish size. The algorithm is capable of calculating fish size ranging from 10 cm up to 199 cm long. Fish depth can also be displayed.
Furuno has releases a huge array of new sensors to complement the Navnet system for 2020 including the industry Class leading radars.
Furuno's new solid state power-packed 100 and 200-Watt NXT Solid-State Doppler Radars deliver the highest-powered solid state radars available, combined with industry leading SNR (signal to noise ratio) circuitry, no competition gets close to Furuno's radar performance. Functions such as Fast Target Tracking of up to 100 ARPA targets, Bird Mode, Rain Mode, and Target Analyzer, where dangerous Radar targets are shown in red, alert navigators to the current situation at-a-glance. Furuno's selection of Dome and Open Array Radars in both magnetron and Solid-State configurations ensures that there is a Radar to meet the needs of every vessel.
Additionally this is backed up by a Pair of new Satellite compasses SCX20 and SCX21 which use 4 GLONASS, GPS antennas for accurate 10Hz position, Heading and stabilization, including heave compensation for Furuno sounders and sonars.