20 Most Recent Furuno NavNet vx2 1920C GPS Receiver Questions & Answers

The Navnet VX2 1920C includes the BBW GPS/WAAS receiver antenna and show highly accurate position data on your choice of C-Map NT MAX or Navionics Gold+ Cartography. This device fully supports C-Map NT MAX and Navionics Gold Chart SD Cards.

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Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jul 03, 2013

go to toolbar with controller, and push clear key. just it.. but when you restart your system, it appears again. if you wanna lose it anytime, you must do it inside the General Setup.


Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Apr 19, 2013

Go to Furuno's website and you should be able to download the manual. There are also DVDs you can buy but I felt they were all too general to be of any help, so I wouldn't waste my money on those.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Oct 29, 2011

If you just have the transducer and no network sounder youre pretty much dead in the water. along with your transducer, you will need either a BBFF1 or DFF1 sounder. Since they operate on a network they will have to be configured depending on your setup.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jan 07, 2011

That is a Furuno 1823C Radar -000-138-972 (10 meter Radar cable) $150.00 msrp from Furuno. Give their Camas Office a call or your nearest dealership. The Furuno number in Camas, Wa 888-834-9330

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jan 07, 2011

vorrei se e' possibile avere il manuale in irtaliano del radar furuno 1621,grazie

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Dec 13, 2010

i can order it for you from Furuno 847-746-0100
BTW The trackball on this unit is jumpy when new take some getting used to! alot of getting used to!

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jul 06, 2010

You will need to add the hotpage. do it like you're customizing your hotpages. Now if you're using Navionics then you will need to convert your unit to C-map. I know of a company in MD that can do this for you. The conversion process will remove your radar heading alignment and tuning setting though. Try www.mid-shore-electronics.com. They will be able to help you. They help me out alot.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010

you will have to designate which sentences to send to the AP20 from the navnet under port options. also make sure the AP20 is set to read the correct port to accept the information such as gps1 or 2 or nav1 or nav2

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010

Remove all connectors aside from the power cable then attempt to power up. If the unit turns on, it may be your radar if you had one one it originally. If so plug the radar cable back into it with it off and try powering up. If it does not, then thats the issue. the Radar or your cable.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010

You need to convert your Navnet to C-map. You can not run both on the same unit. Mid-Shore Electronics can help you out with this. Check out their website in the tech corner.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010

If it has a round radar plug in the back then the answer is yes and it already has radar support. However to upgrade your unit to the latest software you will need a dealer for that. It's a very tricky process and if not done properly, you can ruin the bootloader programming that starts the unit. I know of a dealer that does this if you want to check in with them. You can even send them the unit. Try www.mid-shore-electronics.com.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010

are you in salt water? yes furuno can fix and reseal, but saltwater inside can not be stopped and you should cut your losses. If you wish, place a desiccant pack inside the unit. that is one of those little silica gel packs that you got with the christmas presents. Be very careful and precise with the rubber seal and you may be able to seal it back up. Temperature cycling can draw in humid air which can not escape, so open it, put a couple of desiccant packs in there, or ship it to Furuno. If the board is corroded, forget it, the board costs too much!

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jan 19, 2010

You have two things that orient the radar, on is called heading (or bearing) alignment. This is where you aim your radar so that a target comes up at 12 o'clock when dead ahead. Access this mode by pressing and holding menu duing power on, and go in to Installation Mode, radar setup, next page, align heading. I have posted a "tip" on this, search for VX2 radar alignment.
After this is done, North up is accomplished by having a magnetic input (fluxgate compass or autopilot). Calibration of this compass varies, but if it is accurate, then all should line up nicely.

Furuno NavNet ... | Answered on Jan 18, 2010

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