Economical and safe navigation*

Leveraging the performance of the FAR-2xx8 and FAR-3xx0 Radars, the Wave Analyzer WV-100 allows real-time monitoring and analysis of wave echoes to ensure safety at sea, even at night. In addition, data sharing between ship and shore and between vessels is available for quick adjustment, economical route planning, and efficient traffic management around ports, where monitoring of sea conditions is required to guarantee the safety of all ships.

*As the Wave Analyzer is a computer-based program, it does not affect the performance of the Radar system.

World's First Wave Analyzer/S-band antenna compatibility

Possible to switch X-Band, S-Band and Solid State antennas according to weather conditions.

X-Band antenna
X-Band antenna
S-Band antenna
S-Band antenna
Display wave data on the Radar monitor

The information can be displayed on both the PC screen and the Radar screen.

Radar screen

Automatic adjustment function

It is the first time that a Wave Analyzer incorporates an automatic adjustment function that frees the user from calibrating the Wave Analyzer following the installation.

In addition, the influence of a sudden sea condition change is minimal and does not affect the quality and accuracy of the wave information obtained.

Real-time wave data output

Via serial transmission, data can be output to any external compatible system (Automated weather report system and Dynamic position system .etc).

Clear and intuitive readings

Displays wave data, echo, and system information on a PC monitor.

Clear and intuitive readings

Wave spectrum display

The Color of the wave spectrum indicates the relative intensity of the wave spectrum display.

Wave spectrum display
Radar echo display

The absolute intensity of the radar reflection from the wave increases in order of dark blue, light blue, light green, dark green, orange, yellow, red.

Radar echo display
Significant wave height

The significant wave height is a statistical value obtained by averaging the height of the one-third highest waves when observing the specified area.

[1st Wave] [2nd Wave]

Among the observed waves, the two most outstanding waves are selected and assigned as [1st Wave] and [2nd Wave] for reference. There is no distinction made between wind waves and swells for this selection.

Radar information (Display order)
  • Antenna ID, Band width, Transceiver type
  • Pulse width
  • Display range
System information box (Display order)
  • Shown in the sea-trial mode.(No indication in the normal mode.)
  • Shown in yellow when setting the wave height analyzing mode to Manual. (No indication for Auto mode.)
  • Programing version NO. this software.
Camera icon

Takes a screenshot.

Alert information box
Click the alert icon to display the [Alert Status] screen.


Wave Analyzer
Wave height 0.10 to 15.0 m
Wave period 4.00 to 16.00 s
Wave direction 2 max.
Bearing -140 to +140° (from the bow)
Distance 150 to~ 1,200 m
Sea state code 3 minimum (wave height: 0.5 m or above)*
Beaufort scale 3 minimum (wind speed: 3.4 m/s or above)*
Sea Depth 0.5 times or more of the measured wavelength
Display resolution SXGA/UXGA/FHD
Language English
LAN 2port -Ethernet 100Base-TX
RS-232C 1port (USB/RS-232C converter available)
Data sentence
LAN (Input) MWV
PFEC (Output) RAwv1, RAwv2
CD-ROM (Wave Analyzer and Operation Manual)
USB Protection Key
Installation Manual

Interconnection Diagram



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