' Furuno: Nx300 flyer Navtex Receiver Furuno Nx 300 (dual Freq)'
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Economical - Paperless
s Reliable, uninterrupted reception of
Navtex messages Model NX-300
(Dual frequency version)
s Designed for small boats and
s "No consumables or paper required
s Ultra clear 4.5" backlit
s Compact, stylish display and
s 28,000-character memory capacity
for message storage
s Memory backup with a long life
s Low power consumption
s NAV Data Display mode *
* NAV sensor required
s Multi-language menu
The NX-300 receives NAVTEX (Navigational Telex)
messages and verifies the ID of received messages. It Nav Data Message List
features two narrowband receivers, one tuned to the
518 kHz international Navtex frequency and the other to
the 490 kHz domestic or local country frequency.
Selection is made by a Frequency Select switch on the
NAVTEX is a worldwide coastal English language telex
broadcast system. The broadcast stations transmit
Navigational Warnings, Meteorological Warnings,
Search and Rescue (SAR) information and other data
for ships sailing within their service range. The service required. However, the message can be printed out via a
range is 200-400 nautical miles depending on the terrain PC interface. The broadcast station can be selected
and station transmit power; messages are broadcasted automatically according to own ship position when the
every 4 hours. The Navtex service on 490 kHz is available NX-300 is connected with a GPS/DGPS navigator
in the UK, France, etc. using their own language. The NX- outputting position in NMEA 0183 format.
300 features multi-language processing. The NX-300 consists of a compact, waterproof display and
Every incoming message is identified and new messages an antenna unit. The waterproof display unit can be installed
are read on the high-contrast 4.5" LCD display; no paper is in the flybridge or at any convenient place on the vessel.
Catalogue No. FX-616b
R The future today with FURUNO's electronics technology
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. TRADE MARK REGISTERED
9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya City, Japan Telephone: +81 (0)798 65 2111
Telefax: +81 (0)798 65 4200, 66-4622
SPECIFICATIONS OF NX-300
1. Receiver Frequencies 518 and 490 kHz selectable on front ENVIRONMENT (IEC 60945 test method)
panel key Temperature
2. Mode of Reception F1B Display unit: -15°C to +55°C
3. Sensitivity 2 µV e.m.f. (50 ohm), 4 % error rate Antenna unit: -25°C to +70°C
4. Message Category Waterproofing
A: Navigational warning, B: Meteorological warning, Display unit: IPX5 (IEC 60529), CFR-46 (USCG)
C: Ice report, D: Search and rescue information/piracy and Antenna unit: IPX6 (IEC 60529)
armed robbery, E: Meteorological forecast, F: Pilot message,
G: Decca message, H: Loran-C message, I: Omega message, POWER SUPPLY
J: Differential omega message, K: Other electronic navigational 12 - 24 VDC, 1.7 W max
aid and system message, L: Navigational warning (additional),
M toY: Reserve - presently not used, Z: QRU (no message on EQUIPMENT LIST
1. Display 4.5" (95 x 60 mm) Monochrome LCD, 1. Display unit NX-300-D 1 unit
120 x 64 pixels 2. Antenna unit NX-3H-D with 10 m cable 1 unit
2. Display Modes Message Selection Mode, 3. Installation materials and spare parts 1 unit
NAV Data Mode, Option
Message Display Mode 1. Flush mount kit
3. Message Storage 28,000 Characters OP20-29 (F type) or OP20-17 (S type)
4. Languages Menu in English, Spanish, German, 2. Antenna base
French, Italian, Danish, Dutch, NO.13-QA330, NO.13QA310, NO.13-RC5160 or
DISPLAY UNIT Weight 0.68 kg, 1.5 lb ANTENNA UNIT
85 3.4" NX-3H-D
209 8.2" 78 3.1"
Weight 0.9 kg, 1.5 lb
175 6.9" 15 0.6" 156 6.1"
(140 5.5") (32 1.3")
Flush mount kit F type 17 0.7"
68 2.7" Internal thread 1x14UNS1B
4- 5.5 205 8.1" 61 2.4"
(187 7.4") Antenna unit
Cutout for flush mount
183 7.2" 70 2.8"
Flush mount kit S type 15 0.8" NMEA 0183
215 8.5" 12 0.5"max 2m RS232C PC
12 - 24 VDC
4- 5.5 Display Unit
Cutout for flush mount
167 6.6" SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
0106XB Printed in Japan
FURUNO U.S.A., INC. FURUNO DANMARK AS
Camas, Washington, U.S.A. Hvidovre, Denmark
Phone: +1 360-834-9300 Telefax: +1 360-834-9400 Phone: +45 36 77 45 00 Telefax: +45 36 77 45 01
FURUNO (UK) LIMITED FURUNO NORGE A/S
Denmead, Hampshire, U.K. Ålesund, Norway
Phone: +44 2392-230303 Telefax: +44 2392-230101 Phone: +47 70 102950 Telefax: +47 70 127021
FURUNO FRANCE S.A. FURUNO SVERIGE AB
Bordeaux-Mérignac, France Västra Frölunda, Sweden
Phone: +33 5 56 13 48 00 Telefax: +33 5 56 13 48 01 Phone: +46 31-7098940 Telefax: +46 31-497093
FURUNO ESPANA S.A. FURUNO SUOMI OY
Madrid, Spain Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +34 91-725-90-88 Telefax: +34 91-725-98-97 Phone: +358 9 341 7570 Telefax: +358 9 341 5716
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