Furuno FCV585

The FURUNO FCV-585 is a high performance, dual frequency colour digital echo sounder (50 and 200kHz) with high transmission out put power (600W/1kW). It has been designed for small fishing and recreational boats.


  • High resolution 8.4" sunlight viewable bright 256 colour LCD with a wide viewing angle
  • 600W/1kW RMS output power
  • Dual frequency 50/200kHz
  • Newly employed digital filter can achieve thorough detection in both shallow and deep water
  • Two types of auto mode: fishing and cruising
  • TLL output for an interfaced GPS plotter display
  • Customized NAV data display when interfaced with the apprpriate sensors
  • Easy to operate with two rotatable knobs for gain control and mode changes
  • New design that allows the display unit to swivel around when table top mounted
  • Easy to flush mount

Digital filter technology

The FCV-585 employs new digital filter technology to agjust gain, STC and output power as well as to reduce noise occurred just below the transducer. This new technology enhances the detection capability in both shallow and deep water.

Furuno NAVnet 3D

Characteristis of Furuno's MFD8 include:

  • True 3D chart architecture
  • Free high resolution satellite photography that can be loaded
  • Satellite Photo Fusion adjusts photo transparency according to depth for complete chart information
  • TimeZero technology for instant chart redraw, zooming and chart handling with no lag time
  • Head-up, Course-up and North-up modes
  • True color depth shading utilizing bathymetric data
  • Easy-to-use RotoKey interface
  • Dedicated scroll pad allows you to pan, shift and search the chart
  • Dedicate ship key automatically brings you back to own ship's position after exploring the chart
  • Unlimited range scales for zooming
  • Dedicated 3D key allows you to easily toggle between 2D and 3D
  • More than 12,000 ship's track points and over 2,000 waypoints
  • Standard video input and output
  • 200 planned routes, with up to 100 waypoints/routes
  • Preloaded tides and currents
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