December 19, 2019
December 19, 2019


The new FAR3000 Series Chart Radar, pictured above with optional display, is a breakthrough in marine navigation, combining Furuno’s enhanced target detec

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Standard Features:

  • Newly designed, aerodynamic antennas with enhanced durability
  • Less maintenance through DC brushless motor
  • Ethernet link between scanner unit and BDU eliminates loss of signal between antenna and processor
  • Advanced Furuno technology with new features, such as Automatic Clutter Elimination (ACE)
  • Improved Target Tracking function requires only seconds and tracks even high-speed and rapidly maneuvering vessels
  • Optional LAN Signal Converter enables users to extend the cable between antenna unit and processor unit or to utilize the existing cables when retrofitting
  • Advanced Interference Reduction (IR) function
  • Common sensor adaptor makes installation and maintenance simple
  • Complies with EC62388 Ed. 2.0, IEC61174 Ed. 3.0, IEC62288, IEC61162-1 Ed. 4.0, IEC61162-2



The new FAR3000 Series Chart Radar, pictured above with optional display, is a breakthrough in marine navigation, combining Furuno’s enhanced target detection with a refined user interface and new, aerodynamic antennas, as well as a host of new and improved features.

Automatic Clutter Elimination (ACE) is a new function that provides clear echoes. When activated, ACE automatically adjusts the clutter reduction filter and gain controls according to the sea and weather conditions selected from a preset list. Furuno’s advanced echo averaging architecture is incorporated into the function. Utilizing the ACE feature, users can avoid complicated adjustment processes, resulting in a much clearer image. Additionally, the FAR3000 series’ advanced Interference Reduction (IR) function ensures that valid target echoes do not shrink, even with IR on.

Navigation sensors can be directly interfaced through the processor’s 8 serial I/O ports. In order to integrate sensors into the navigation network, the sensor adapter may be interfaced with the switching hub HUB100, from which distribution of sensor data throughout the network is possible. Alternatively, multiple sensor adapters may be interfaced via Ethernet to integrate onboard sensors for use in the network.

The user interface utilizes carefully organized operation tools: The Status bar and the InstantAccess bar. These tools deliver straightforward, task-based operation so that the operator can quickly perform tasks without having to navigate an intricate menu tree. The Status bar contains information about the operating system, such as MFD operating ode and main tasks assigned to each operating mode. The contextual InstantAccess bar contains all of the tasks corresponding to the operation mode currently selected so that quick access to necessary functions/actions is immediately available.

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