FURUNO Autopilots and Compasses NAVNET/ NAVPILOT-700
€ 2.790,00€ 2.482,00
Autopilot NAVpilot-700, sit back relax, and let the autopilot steer you to your destination!!!
The FURUNO NAVpilot-700 is a revolutionary autopilot suitable for a wide variety of ships from small open boats to large yachts. Suitable as standalone autopilot or as part of a complete NAVnet Navigation System. The controlunit is even in bright sunlight perfectly readable. It uses a self-learning and adaptive software, and has the role of keeping the ship on course and adjust dynamically, that are essential parameters for navigation the ship speed, trim, design, tide and wind effects, dead band, weather, etc. These parameters are stored in the system memory and is constantly optimised.
Navpilot-700 Autopilot scope of supply:
Control unit Navpilot-700
Processor unit FAP-7002
15 meter connection cable (Furuno CANbus / NMEA-2000)
Standard spare parts and manual
4.6 inch monochrome display
160 x 160 pixels
SAFE HELM and POWER ASSIST for unrivaled steering comfort and control of the rudder.
Self-learning software with automatic refinement of control commands.
"Economy" and "Precision" navigation modes deliver fuel savings of 2.5% or more.
Unique "Fish Hunter" mode for targeted fishing with automatic sailing patterns (square, zigzag, circle, spiral and figure 8).
Two-way NMEA2000 network connection (Furuno CAN bus) for secure connection to system, also supports NMEA 183.
Design is fully in line with NavNet, FI70 instruments, GP33 and GP39 GPS Navigator and RD33 Data Display.
Volvo Penta IPS interface.
Perfect for stern drives and steering with outboard motors.
Suitable for all electrical and hydraulic drives.
Suitable for sailing and motor yachts, fishing vessels and work boats.
Furuno's Phantom function makes a physical rudder position indicator for stern outboard motors and stern drives unnecessary. It clears the way to a simplified installation and improved steering control. This new software has been developed and extensively tested on ships with both hydraulic and electric steering, in combination with a large number of types of outboard engines and stern drives.