DRS4DL+

DRS4DL+

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19" Network radar antenna for NavNet TZtouch2

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DRS4DL+ is a compact 19" radome radar antenna for use with the NavNet TZtouch2 / TZtouch series. A 4kW radar with an effective range of 36NM that offers simple installation without the need to purchase a separate power supply unit. Furuno's automatic, real-time digital signal processing presents navigators with some of the clearest targets they'll ever find from a Radar of this compact size

Fast Target Tracking

Fast Target Tracking (TT) / ARPA on the DRS4DL+ manually or automatically acquires and tracks 10 targets*. After selecting a target, it only takes a few seconds for a speed and course vector to be displayed. With accurate tracking information, estimation of other vessel's course and speed is made simple. 

*heading sensor required



  • Powerful yet compact 4kW radar antenna with a range of 36NM
  • No external power supply unit needed, just connect your DRS4DL to the main battery on your vessel
  • Ultra High Definition (UHD™) Digital Radar offers crystal clear, noise-free target representation with automatic real-time digital signal processing
  • Same physical size as DRS2D
  • Real-time digital auto Gain/Sea/Rain controls to deliver noise-free radar presentation
  • Antenna rotation fixed at 24 rpm
  • Compatible with NavNet TZtouch2 / TZtouch (not compatible with NavNet 3D)
  • Heading input is required for chart overlay
  • Fast target tracking * heading sensor required

Comes with 10M cable 

Antenna

  • Peak Output Power: 4kW
  • Type: ø488 mm
  • Radome (19'')
  • Frequency: 9410 MHz ± 30 MHz, P0N
  • Beam Width (Horizontal): 5.2° typical (3 dB)
  • Beam Width (Vertical): 25°(3 dB)
  • Range Scales: 0.125 to 36 NM
  • Rotation Speed: 24 rpm
  • Weight: 5.7 kg
  • Temperature -25°C to +55°C
  • Waterproofing IPX6
  • Power Supply 12-24 VDC, 2.1/1.0 A

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