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Our thinking was simple: If color makes traffic signals easier to read, why not try it with radar? So we did.

Designed for workboats, larger class fishing vessels and pleasure yachts, the FCR-1400 Mark-3

Series radars display echoes in red, yellow and green depending upon signal strength.

Making them extremely easy to read and interpret.

The 14-inch hi-res CRT produces crisp, super-bright images. And with selectable dark blue, blue or black background, you get optimum viewing day or night.

These great radars deliver top performance on short and long ranges thanks to the combination of four transmitter pulse-lengths, three pulse repetition rates, two IF and our exclusive low-noise Microwave IC design.

You can even link up the FCR-1400 Mark-3 radars with a Speed Log, Gyro, GPS or Loran-C receiver for a totally integrated navigation system.

What's more, with the menu driven program, you can preset these radars for peak performance under a variety of conditions — a feature never before offered in any class of radar.

Who would have thought to make high-performance radars this easy to use?

You know. Furuno.

Want to know more? Write for a color catalog and the dealer nearest you. FURUNO U.S.A., Inc.,

P.O. Box 2343, 271 Harbor Way,

South San Francisco, CA 94083.

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