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Furuno Navnet Vx2 Black Box Chartplotter System W/4' Open Array Rsb-0070 Radar on


Marathon, Florida, United States

Marathon, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Furuno

Although we have displayed a picture in operation, just what's in the first picture is included.

Included is:

-Furuno RPU-015 Navnet VX2 Black Box processor unit. Software was updated to the latest C-Map version, 4.03.
-Samsung 19" SyncMaster 931c display
-RCU-017 - Control unit in Great Condition - Trackball works in all directions, all buttons work.
-VGA/RGB cable for monitor to RCU
-Furuno RSB 0070 Marine Radar Antenna unit, 4' open array, with cable
-Remote control with labels
-Uses C-Map Max SD card (not included)
-Cables (power, data, ethernet)

The system was recently removed in great working condition from a vessel being redone with different electronics. All it needs for a complete navigational package is a GPS antenna, network sounder (either the ETR 6/10, ETR-30N, DFF1, or DFF3), or use this to add a large display on to your existing VX2.

If you would like to network this to another VX2 system, please see my other VX2 chartplotter system for sale. I can make a package deal if buying both. I also have an ethernet switch box, sounder, and WX Worx box available that was a part of this system.

Sold as is. Ships within 2 days of PayPal payment received. FREE local pickup.

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