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Hi, Frank  Morris (Happy Hooker) has asked me to put up details of a complete Garmin navigation system as he is having pc issues.

 

All the equipment is brand new and bought in 2013 and never been used.

The Plotter is a Garmin 4012 (cost £2,000 when new) and comes with a Furno radar again brand new and not used, not sure of model.

The units will most probably need software updating which is freely available from Garmin's website

Sensible offers welcome

 

Contact Frank for more details via private message (Happy Hooker) or Mobile 07983 556047

 

I have attached a pictures of the plotter& radar dome.

 

Specs of the plotter.

General

Physical dimensions 14.8" x 9.5" x 4.6" (37.6 x 24.1 x 11.7 cm)
Display size

9.7" x 7.3"; 12.1" diagonal

(24.6 x 18.4 cm; 30.7 cm diagonal)

Display resolution 1024 x 768 pixels
Display type XGA display
Weight 10.0 lbs (4.5 kg)
Water rating IPX7
Power consumption

Max power usage at 10 Vdc: 40 W

Max current draw at 12 Vdc: 3.1 A

Antenna External only
Mounting options Bail or Flush
Receiver 10 Hz high-sensitivity
Garmin Marine Network™ ports 3

Maps & memory

Preloaded maps None
Accepts data cards 1 SD™ card
Waypoints 1,500
Routes 20
Track log 10,000 points; 20 saved tracks

Outdoor recreation features

Tide tables  

Chartplotter features

Garmin Radar compatible  
Garmin Sonar compatible Yes (with GSD™ black box, sold separately)
Supports AIS (tracks target ships position)  
Supports DSC (displays position data from DSC-capable VHF radio)  
GSD™ Black Box sonar support  
ActiveCaptain compatible Yes (Wi-Fi Adapter Kit required, sold separately)
Wireless remote compatible  
Wireless mouse compatible  

Sonar features & specifications

Dual-frequency (50/200 kHz) sonar capable Yes (with external black box, sold separately)
Dual-beam (77/200 kHz) sonar capable Yes (with external black box, sold separately)
CHIRP sonar technology Yes (with external black box, sold separately)

Connections

NMEA 2000® compatible  
NMEA 0183 input ports 4
NMEA 0183 output ports 2
Video output ports 1 - VGA
Wireless connectivity Yes (Wi-Fi Adapter Kit required, sold separately)

Additional

Additional

 

     Wifi can only be used with the below compatible Garmin apps.

  • Garmin BlueChart mobile

 

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Hi, Frank  Morris (Happy Hooker) has asked me to put up details of a complete Garmin navigation system as he is having pc issues.
 
All the equipment is brand new and bought in 2013 and never been used.
The Plotter is a Garmin 4012 (cost £2,000 when new) and comes with a Furno radar again brand new and not used, not sure of model.
The units will most probably need software updating which is freely available from Garmin's website
Sensible offers welcome
 
Contact Frank for more details via private message (Happy Hooker) or Mobile 07983 556047
 
I have attached a pictures of the plotter& radar dome.
 
Specs of the plotter.

General

Physical dimensions 14.8" x 9.5" x 4.6" (37.6 x 24.1 x 11.7 cm)
Display size 9.7" x 7.3"; 12.1" diagonal
(24.6 x 18.4 cm; 30.7 cm diagonal)
Display resolution 1024 x 768 pixels
Display type XGA display
Weight 10.0 lbs (4.5 kg)
Water rating IPX7
Power consumption Max power usage at 10 Vdc: 40 W
Max current draw at 12 Vdc: 3.1 A
Antenna External only
Mounting options Bail or Flush
Receiver 10 Hz high-sensitivity
Garmin Marine Network ports 3

Maps & memory

Preloaded maps None
Accepts data cards 1 SD card
Waypoints 1,500
Routes 20
Track log 10,000 points; 20 saved tracks

Outdoor recreation features

Tide tables  

Chartplotter features

Garmin Radar compatible  
Garmin Sonar compatible Yes (with GSD black box, sold separately)
Supports AIS (tracks target ships position)  
Supports DSC (displays position data from DSC-capable VHF radio)  
GSD Black Box sonar support  
ActiveCaptain compatible Yes (Wi-Fi Adapter Kit required, sold separately)
Wireless remote compatible  
Wireless mouse compatible  

Sonar features & specifications

Dual-frequency (50/200 kHz) sonar capable Yes (with external black box, sold separately)
Dual-beam (77/200 kHz) sonar capable Yes (with external black box, sold separately)
CHIRP sonar technology Yes (with external black box, sold separately)

Connections

NMEA 2000 compatible  
NMEA 0183 input ports 4
NMEA 0183 output ports 2
Video output ports 1 - VGA
Wireless connectivity Yes (Wi-Fi Adapter Kit required, sold separately)

Additional

Additional  
:       Wifi can only be used with the below compatible Garmin apps.
  • Garmin BlueChart mobile
 
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Furuno.thumb.jpg.963c5d1827b1929496ed2e04d3fd59c0.jpg

Hi
I’ve just taken delivery of a new full Garmin suite,gpsmap 8410 x 2, AIS 800. I haven’t a need for the plotter so, would the furuno Radar be available separately .? And if so how much ?? Thanks
Neil


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I was just thinking how good that Radar dome would look on Tiddler's roof :smileys-fish-465204:
Probably make her top heavy ! :lol:
Not much use in the garden though.:mellow:

Try wheeling her out every now and again Jim ! I’ve been a club member for two years and only remember you taking her out once !!


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Last year was a record for me Neil.

9 times we went out last year.

So far this year . . . . None.

 

Nearly went out last Friday but had to wait in for a Builder. :mellow:

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I'm just about to post a freebie in swap & shop so check it out.

 

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Tiddler said:

I was just thinking how good that Radar dome would look on Tiddler's roof :smileys-fish-465204:

Probably make her top heavy ! :lol:

Not much use in the garden though.:mellow:

It's got a built in " guaranteed fish locator " too Jim, that should help !!!:joy:

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