The chart radar can track the movement of up to 100 radar targets and display up to 1,000 AIS targets.
The target trails can be displayed in the form of synthetic afterglow. Trail time and the trail plotting interval can be selected. The trails are useful for showing own ship movement and other ship tracks.
Automatic acquisition zone
User can set an automatic acquisition zone anywhere in the radar echo area. When a target enters an acquisition zone, the buzzer sounds and the alert message appears in the Alert box. Further, the AIS display is automatically turned on if it is off.
A radar map is a layer consisting of marks and lines that can be produced and overlaid onto the radar display. It is intended for indicating safety-related areas and objects. 10 radar maps can be made and each map can have a total of 4,000 lines and symbols. The map data can be saved to facilitate repeated use on a routine navigation area. The user can create a radar map on-real time while using the radar for navigation or at leisure time at anchor or while the radar is not being used.