- Frequency: 50 & 200kHz
- Output Power: 600W
- Range Scale: 2 - 1200m
- Display: 5.7" 480x640 VGA Colour LCD
- Protection: IP56
- Power Supply: 12 - 24VDC
- Size: 207 x 170 x 132mm
- Weight: 1.3Kg
Dual Frequency fish finder equipped with revolutionary new RezBoost signal processing technology
RezBoost: A revolutionary new signal processing technology developed by Furuno that imporves resolution and target separation when using conventional narrowband transducers. Spot individual game fish surrouding bait balls, as well as fish close to the seabed. With RezBoost, not only is there higher resolution and criper visuals but also imporvements in the ACCU-FISH function.
ACCU-FISH: The fish size assessment function of FCV-628 that is proriertary to Furuno. In order to assess individual fish size, echo returns are evaluated based on strength and turned into fish size display on screen. ACCU-FISH can detect fish size from 10 to 199cm in depths of 2 to 100m.
Display Fish marks: The fish mark can be utilised to display individual fish echoes when they are detected. It helps beginners to identify fish echoes for a more engaging fishing experience. Fish marks are selectable from either a circle, square or fish symbols. The fish symbols are displayed in two different sizes for large (over 50cm) or small (10-49cm) and are a great help for anglers when identifying individual fish. The circle and square symbols indentify individual fish without hiding the underlying echo.
Bottom Discrimination Fuction: The FCV-628's Bottom discrimination function enables the fish finder to indicate whether the bottom is composed mainly of rocks, gravel, sand or mud. This function provides valuable information that helps locate rich fishing grounds, and boost the catch.
Fish Alarm Fuction: When fish echoes appear in an area preset by the user the FCV-628 will sound an alarm as well as display an icon on screen. The integrated alarm can also be set to be triggered by specific conditions for water depth, target depth, water temperature, bottom type and more.
Target Lat/Lon Output: Furuno's TLL (Target Lat/Lon) output allows the fish finder to be interfaced with a Furuno chartplotter to mark fishing grounds with various information