Stay on Course with Furuno’s Navpilot 711C OB
When it comes to autopilots Furuno has always been a manufacturer to look at, and with the NAVPILOT 711C for Outboard Engines it is definitely one to view. The 711C for outboards comes complete with Processor, and Control unit as well as an integrated Heading Sensor. The NAVPILOT 711C/OB provides for a dual interface whether NMEA 2000 or Furuno CAN bus which would provide isolation and redundancy for safety, and of course it is NMEA 0183 compatible as well.
The NAVPILOT 711C/OB has a sunlight viewable display that will work on many vessel types. The NAVPILOT uses an adaptive or “self-learning” algorithm that starts with the first dockside setup through the last trip, that then plays a large role in keeping you on course. This technology takes into consideration a large number of parameters during navigation like: vessel speed, trim, draught, tide and wind effects, dead band (ineffectual rudder movement), weather and more. This information is stored in the system’s memory, and continually optimized to make the NAVPILOT 711C/OB more versatile.
The 711C with its adaptive technology offers you selectable Economy or Precision navigation modes providing power and fuel savings of up to 2.5% and accuracy to 18 feet. For the fisherman the NAVPILOT has a “Fishhunter” Mode, find a fish target with your FURUNO sonar/sounder or bird target with your FURUNO radar and feed it to the NAVPILOT. The NAVPILOT will activate the FishHunter mode to perform square, zigzag, circle, orbit, spiral or figure-eight maneuvers around the specified target at a user selected distance. This feature can also be used for Man Overboard (MOB). *Furuno Teleflex Linear Outboard Rudder Reference required for Fishhunter Mode. Sold Separately.
Furuno’s NAVPILOT 711C/OB, with all of its 21st century features and capabilities, is a rock solid option for the Sport Fisherman, with a center console, or the outboard cruiser, who would like a dependable and safe autopilot to make their days on the water more enjoyable.
Please keep in mind a HRP Pumpset is required. Please contact our Sales Department at 1-800-477-2611 so that we can help you choose the right pump for your application. Important things to know: type of steering, number of steering cylinders, steering cylinder part numbers, engine horsepower and boat displacement.
- Color day/night graphic display
- Selectable "Economy" and "Precision" Navigation Modes
- Simplified activation set-up by on-screen wizard
- Precision XTE accuracy: within 18 ft
- One-touch mode selection
Product Accessories for Furuno NavPilot 711C Autopilot for Outboard Engines
The Maretron NMEA 2000 Field Attachable Male Connector is used to begin or end the NMEA 2000 Backbone. It should be installed on one side of a Micro-Tee.
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone or drop cable. Length 1 Meter.
The Maretron NMEA 2000 T-Connector is a required part when adding components to your NMEA 2k network. It is installed on the backbone cable and uses one end of the T-Piece for the drop cable.
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone or drop cable. Length 0.5 meter.
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone or drop cable. Length 2 Meter.
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone or drop cable. Length 3 Meter
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone or drop cable. Length 6 Meter.
Maretron is known for their high quality and durable NMEA 2000 parts, this starter kit includes: 2 T connectors, Powertap T, 2 Male Terminators, 1m Drop/Backbone Cable, and a 6m Drop/Backbone Cable. Everything you will need to start your NMEA 2K Network.
Furuno Autopilot Pump for NavPilot 711, 12 VDC, 1.1 Cubic Inches Per Second For Ram Sizes of Up to 13 Cubic Inches in Volume
Furuno Autopilot Pump for NavPilot 711, 12 VDC, 1.7 Cubic Inches Per Second For Ram Sizes of 14 Cubic Inches to 25 Cubic Inches in Volume
The Furuno Teleflex Linear Outboard Rudder Reference Unit is required to utilize the Fishunter Mode on a Furuno 711C Outboard Autopilot.
The Maretron NMEA 2000 Field Attachable Female Connector is used to begin or end the NMEA 2000 Backbone. It should be installed on one side of a Micro-Tee.
The Maretron NMEA 2000 Micro Inline Terminator can be used at the end of a NMEA 2000 backbone to terminate the backbone and still allow for a single device to be used after the terminator.
Providing an additional layer of safety to your Navpilot 300/700/711c series autopilot, the SAFEHELM2 is an optional sensor that recognizes when the operator of the vessel is manually steering while the autopilot is engaged and will switch the NavPilot to manual steering for a specific time and then returns the autopilot to automatic steering.
This Maretron cable can be used as your NMEA 2000 backbone cable. Length 10 Meter. This cable can not be used as a drop cable.
A NMEA 2000 Female Terminator is used to begin or end the NMEA 2000 Backbone. It should be installed on one side of a Micro-Tee.
The Maretron NMEA 2000 Male Terminator is used to begin or end the NMEA 2000 Backbone. It should be installed on one side of a Micro-Tee.
The Maretron NMEA 2000 Power-Tee is used to power your NMEA 2K network and measures 5 meters in length.