- Sep 1, 2011
- Sumday Isle, RI
- Boat Make
- Flowers Boat Works 46 hull #1, Flowers Boat Works 36 hull #1, Wayne Beal 28 Hull #1, Repco 30 1968,
I am selling a very lightly used network sounder, it is clean and functioning. This is a great upgrade to any Furuno system see details below.
FURUNO BBFF3 Network Sounder
Asking $1100 Retail is more than $1800
Contact me Privatly if interested.
Furuno's new BBFF3 high power, network sounder is your key to finding more fish. This network fish finder connects directly to a NavNet display or an Ethernet hub with a single Ethernet cable. If it is connected to an Ethernet hub that has multiple displays attached, each of those displays will have access to the fish finder features.
The unit itself can be configured as a 1, 2 or 3 kW RMS output, dual frequency sounder. You may choose low frequency, high frequency or both at the touch of a key and obtain detailed echoes of bottom structure and fish using phased range scales up to 2,400 meters. It also utilizes Furuno's Free Synthesizer (FFS) transceiver which means you can easily select from a broad range of frequencies.
The BBFF3 turns any NavNet display into one of the most powerful fish finders available on the market today. And because it is being used on a NavNet display, you can split the screen with other NavNet features like: Radar, Chart Plotter, NavData and even Video, depending on which NavNet unit you have.
- 1, 2 or 3 kW Optional Output Power set by internal jumper
- Dual Frequency, Select two from 28, 38, 50, 88 or 200 kHz
- Furuno Free Synthesizer (FFS) Transceiver allows easy selection of operating frequency
- 8 Range Scales to 3,600 feet
- Maximum Range Offset of 3,600 feet
- Audible/Visual Alarms for Bottom, Fish or Water Temp. Changes *
- A-Scope Feature for Rapid Detection & ID of Fish and Bottom Conditions
- Selectable Screen Colors, Including White on color displays only
- A Variety of User Friendly Display modes:
1. Display Both High and Low Frequencies
2. Display Either High or Low Frequency
3. Marker Zoom or Bottom Zoom Display
4. Bottom Lock Display with Fish Alarm
- Automatic Depth Range & Gain Settings
- Range Scale Calibration in Feet, Fathoms or Meters
- Variable Range Marker & Target Simulator Built-in
- Seven Settings of Picture Advance Speed & Minute Markers
- Ethernet 10Base-T Network Protocol
- Six Levels of Signal Rejection Level & Noise Limiter
- 13Lbs., 1 Carton less Transducer
- 12/24 VDC, 30 watts
1. Used with NavNet Color LCD Monochrome LCD and CRT Displays