Furuno is known for its exceptional radars.

WHO IS FURUNO?

The first Furuno product in Norway was sold in 1959, and in 1974 Furuno Norway AS was established. We are a sales and service organization providing navigational communication and fishfinding equipment to Norwegian, Russian and Brazilian shipyards and shipowners. Furuno Norway have headoffice in Ålesund, and departments in Bergen and Oslo. We are totally 36 ​​employees in the company, and we have 42 dealers around the Norwegian coast.

Furuno Norway can still say that they are the leading supplier of marine electronics on the market, with almost 90% market share in some segments. Furuno Norway has constantly focused on quality, product development, and customer service. They are proud to be a part of the huge Furuno service network world wide.

FURUNO PRODUCTS

TRAWL SONAR TS-331A

Vertical scanning sonar 180/360 ° (or other sectors). dual-frequency vertical sonar, 330kHz, 10-250 m scale. Sounder: 120 kHz, 50-300 m scale. Digital signal processing, Windows-based. Operated with mouse/trackball. Full Windows layout with many own user settings. Temperature sensor. Depth sensor. Roll & Pitch sensor. Up to 4 Catch Sensor Interface. Approved for depths down to 2000 m. Voltage: 220V AC.

TRAWL SONAR TS-360

High resolution combined with a 360 ° real-time display makes it possible to continuously observe the entire trawl opening and the area around the trawl opening.

TRAWL SONAR TS-337A

Omni trawl sonar with 360° scan with full tilt. 120 kHz frequency vertical sonar with an integrated echosounder. A user-defined layout that can be saved. Includes temperature sensor, depth sensor, pitch & roll sensor, and catch sensor interface for 1-4 catch sensors.

CATCH SENSOR CS-400

Catch sensor for trawl sonar with approx. 1.000 operation hours in the sea, with 3pcs of normal LR20 batteries. Stable signal output witch stars when the sensor has seawater connections. The clock starts counting 2 minutes after activation of the tension spring. Simple indicators show how many hours the sensor has been active. A user-friendly battery that can easily be done on board. The operating frequency is 70 kHz.