Furuno 1622 radar and Furuno FCV-600L sounder

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  1. SEA STRIKER

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    Furuno 1622 display. Furuno RSB-0060 16 mile radar dome. All wiring and cables included. i also have a Furuno FCV-600L sounder with Airmar P66 transducer. transducer wire and power cables included. I just updated my system yesterday and need to sell this one. all components fully functional when removed yesterday. Asking $1000 for the package. price negotiable

    all components are being stored at my work in Santa Fe Springs.

    Small in size, the 1622 is big on power, clarity and advanced radar features. The slim-line monochrome LCD display and lightweight radome antenna, make it ideal for power or sail boats as small as 17 feet.
    This 2.2kW radar has a 16 nautical mile range, yet will zoom down to 1/8 nautical mile for tight navigation in harbors and inlets. This radar lets you readily identify objects, thanks to a high definition 6" high contrast silver LCD screen that clearly separates targets. Plus, the four-tone target display lets you easily differentiate between stronger and weaker echoes, helping to alert you of any danger.

    Standard Features:
    Waterproof, 6 Inch Silver Monochrome LCD Display
    13 User Selectable Range Scales from 1/8 to 16 N.M.
    Display Resolution of 240(H) X 320(V) Dots
    Targets Displayed in up to 4 Levels of Gray Tones
    2.2 Kilowatt Transmitter Unit
    3 Transmitter Pulse lengths and Repetition Rates
    Linear Receiver with 10 dB Noise Figure
    Automatic Receiver Tuning
    Automatic or Manual Sea-Clutter (STC) Adjustment
    Automatic or Manual Receiver Gain Adjustment
    Rain Clutter (FTC) Control
    Echo Stretch and Interference Rejection Modes
    Watchman Mode to control the Radar system for Vessel Safety
    Reverse Video Display (White Targets and Marks on a Black Background)
    Full Screen Navigation Data Display in the Standby Mode *
    Omni Pad Control for rapid Cursor and Menu Operation
    Picture Off-Center Shift
    Electronic Bearing Line and Variable Range Marker
    Target or Echo Trails with Selectable Time Intervals
    Waypoint Lollipop On-Screen to aid in Vessel Navigation *
    Adjustable Duplex (In or Out) Radar Guard Zone Alarm<!-- google_ad_section_end -->


    <CENTER>[SIZE=+1]FCV600L[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Features Include:[/SIZE]

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    • Vivid 5.6" color TFT LCD display presents fish and bottom details in 8 or 16 colors (or 8-level monochrome shading) with a "wide viewing angle."
    • The FCV600L offers a variety of versatile display modes:
      1. 50 kHz only
      2. 200 kHz only
      3. Both 50 and 200 kHz simultaneously
      4. LF (50 kHz) zoom
      5. HF (200 kHz) zoom
      6. Nav data A-scope -- useful for species ID and detection
    • Zoom modes in LF (50 kHz) or HF (200 kHz) are:
      1. Marker zoom -- marker reference
      2. Bottom zoom -- bottom reference with no loss of bottom contour
      3. Bottom-lock expansion - bottom reference, bottom contour removed
    • High output power of 350 Watts (RMS), 2800 Watts (P-P).
    • 8 range scales provided to 1,500 feet, with a maximum phased range scale of 3000 feet.
    • Choice of feet, fathom or metric range scales.
    • Audio-visual alarms for pre-set water depth, fish echoes or water temperature.
    • Easy installation by using pre-wired marine inter-connect cables.
    • Choice of either 200 kHz (best) for shallow water or 50 kHz (best) for deep water operation. Both can be operated and viewed at the same time.
    • Simple, easy-to-use controls and on-screen menus.
    • Programmable NMEA 0183 data interfacing capabilities.
    • Automatic setting of optimum depth range and fishing or cruising sensitivity.
    • Optional transducers, triducers®, speed/temperature sensors available.
    • Nav Data display in graphics or standard alphanumeric mode.
    • Flexibility in application with user-programmable depth ranges, phasing, scale calibration, zooming, signal threshold levels, etc.
     

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  2. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Any interest in selling the sounder separately? If so, how much?
     
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    sure, i have no problem splitting the package up. im guessing around $350 (OBO) for the sounder/transducer/ and cables.
     
  6. SEA STRIKER

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    i was just going through the boat and i found all of the instruction and installation manuals for both of these units.
     

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    My friend is interested his name is Andy ph.702-591-0265
     
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    I'm interested in the sounder. Is the transducer a thru hull or a transom mount?
     
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    i'm interested in the radar... $$$$$?????
     
  11. SEA STRIKER

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    there is a transom mount transducer with this unit.
     
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    i would like to get about $650 for the radar. comes with dome, screen, new 10m cord and power cable. ready to install package.
     
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    SOLD!!!!!!

    thank you Sea Addiction.
     
  15. drbk

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    Sounder available?
     
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    dang, i wanted this radar! want to sell it to me, sea addiction? :-)
     

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