FCV- 1150

FCV- 1150

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High performance 12.1″ LCD digital fish find

The FCV-1150 is a color digital sounder designed for a variety of professional fishing operations. It features a high-brightness, bonded 12.1″ LCD display with AR-coated glass filter and anti-polarized sunglass filter, providing superior viewing even in direct sunlight. You can choose to display the echo presentation in 8, 16, or 64 colors, with color assignment dependent on the strength of the returned echo. The FURUNO Free Synthesizer (FFS) Transceiver allows for a wide selection of operating frequencies. You may choose any two frequencies between 28 and 200 kHz to best suit your fishing operation. Output power is selectable from 1, 2 or 3 kW. A wide variety of display modes and functions are available that provide skippers with simple and intuitive information. The FCV-1150 can also be connected to a FURUNO satellite compass to compensate for heaving, thus providing unwavering, stable detection even in rough seas.


►Post-processing gain control applies changes to gain setting to all existing returns on the display
▸ Available Heaving Compensation provides stable echo presentation even in rough seas (Satellite Compass required)
►FURUNO Digital Filter (FDF) delivers crystal clear target presentation
▸ FURUNO Free Synthesizer (FFS) allows for adjustable operating frequency ► Unique fish size analyzing function ACCU-FISHTM mode (available with 50/200-1T transducer) ▸ White Edge bottom discrimination

Quick Gain Setting

With conventional gain controls, changes are made for new echoes only when a
change in the setting is applied. With the FCV-1150’s Quick Gain control, changes in the Gain setting are applied to new echoes as well as all of the echoes already on the screen. Because the changes are applied to both new and existing returns, you will be able to quickly and easily find the right Gain setting for your conditions.

Faster TX Rate For Detailed Detection

The rate of transmission is increased by more than 30% compared to current conventional fish finders. As a result, more detailed information about underwater conditions can be gained through the same sounding interval. This means that the transmission speed is raised in shallow waters, and lowered in deep waters. The high-speed transmission provides for detailed detection of seabed targets.