▶ Dual frequency display (50/200 kHz)*
The depth at the FORE and AFT positions can be displayed simultaneously.
▶ A variety of display modes available: NAV, OS DATA and HISTORY
▶ High contrast 8.4" LCD
▶ When interfaced with FURUNO remote display RD-20/50, depth information can be observed at a remote location
▶ Optional printer interface available for printing out echogram
▶ Connecting a PC with the optional data recording software allows you to store, compile and print out the past data of the echogram via PC
▶ BAM (Bridge Alert Management) ready**
Meets the specific requirements for alerts and interconnection with Bridge Alert Management in IMO MSC.302 (87)
** BAM capability is to be implemented as software update after the product release in early 2015.
▶ Depth data for the past 24 hours is storable in the internal memory
For the amount of data for storage and playback on the FE-800, please refer to “HISTORY” on the right page. With the optional PC software, the sounding information can be stored and played back for 24 hours, when the recording interval is set at 5 sec.
▶ Visual and audible alerts
The FE-800 generates alerts when the water depth below transducer is shallower than a preset depth. When the seabed is lost due to the lowered power supply or out of range scale, an alert is generated.
* When interfaced with two transducers
NAV Mode Displays the depth numerically and graphically.
Displays Own Ship Data (OS DATA)*
* only available if the FE-800 is connected to an external EPFS (Electronic Position-Fixing System), such as a GPS navigator.
Displays a combination of Contour and Strata echo readings taken.
Displays the stored time, depth and own ship position. The logbook is capable of storing data for up to 720 log entries.
Alert Log List
Displays the alert history (containing up to 100 alerts).
Optional printer and PC software to utilize the stored data
The past data can be stored on a PC with the optional software. Also, printout function of the echogram is available via the optional printer PP-505-FE.