Lumishore Announces Lumi-Link Integration with Latest Furuno MFD Displays
Swansea, UK and Sarasota, Fla. – Lumishore, manufacturer of high-performance LED lighting systems, announced today its advanced LED lighting solutions can now be controlled directly through the latest Furuno NavNet TZtouch3 Series multifunction navigational displays*.
Offering boaters complete control of Lumishore’s underwater and above water light systems, Furuno NavNet TZtouch3 Series users can quickly and easily select the lighting that best suits their mood or current on-the-water activity—directly from their Furuno MFD display.
Lumishore’s intuitive and powerful interface panel features a simple to use palette wheel for color selection, horizontal slide bar for quick adjustments to lighting intensity, control of lighting across multiple zones with optional presets, and the ability to choose from pre-programmed effect modes like strobes, sweeps or cycles.
“Lumishore is delighted to offer the Lumi-Link lighting integration platform with Furuno’s new NavNet TZtouch3 Series MFD’s. Whether you are setting the mood for your next boating adventure or dining onboard with the water illuminated below, the incredible functionality of our system integrates seamlessly with Furuno’s NavNet TZtouch3 Series displays to deliver complete control at your fingertips”, said Eifrion Evans, CEO, Lumishore.
Lumishore’s Lighting control on Furuno’s NavNet TZtouch3 Series requires connection with the Lumi-Link module and the Lumi-Link - Furuno SD card. The Lumi-Link Configuration Genie will find and configure all lighting fixtures in the system when initially turned on. No need for laptops or other external sources to set up the system.
*Furuno NavNet TZtouch3 Series models include - TZT12F, TZT16F and TZT19F (software v1.08 and later) and TZtouch2 Black Box (TZT2BB, software v7.01 or later). Necessary file for the HTML integration are pre-installed in the MFDs with these versions and will be installed into existing MFDs through software updates.
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