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High-end GMDSS model for SOLAS vessels, fully compliant with SOLAS Convention 74, IMO resolution MSC.148(77), IEC 61097-6 Ed.2 and other international NAVTEX regulations. 5.7 inch daylight viewing colour TFT LCD display, backlit with white LED lamps for extra long service life. Simultaneous reception of 518 and 490 kHz or 518 and 4209.5 kHz with single-touch switching of displayed messages. Independent types for display. storage and output to a printer, INS or other onboard PC/NMEA devices. Externally acknowlegeable SAR, navigational, meteorological alarms by IEC- defined software command. Automatically displays SAR messages in red, clearly distinguishing them from other message types while audibly alerting the user even for messages received on a second frequency. Selectable background colours and text font sizes. Single preamplifier whip antenna (NA-2000) with built-in passband filter for each frequency. interfaces with optional serial printer (PR-950) via printer port to print live messages or stored messages



Physicals & Performance

Frequencies: 518, 490 and 4209.5 kHz; simultaneous reception of 518 kHz and either 490 or 4209.5 kHz

Storage: 200 messages (average 500 characters/message) plus 50 protected messages against automatic erasure

Display: 5.7" TFT colour LCD, LED-backlit, 20 lines/screen with 40 characters/line

Antenna: 1.2m preamplifier fiberglass whip, 8V/10mA fed from receiver cabinet via coax cable

Exteral Interfaces: INS (RS-422), printer (RS-232C) and 8-pin I/O data port (NMEA-0183, 12v/200 mA output)

Power Requirements: 24 VDC (safely operates over 11-40V range), approx. 11W

Weight: Approx. 2.4 kg with bracket attached

Environment: -15 to 55'C (cabinet/operating), -40 to 70'C (antenna), 95% RH, IPX-4 (protected equipment category)

Compass Safe Distances: 0.60m (standard), 0.35m (steering), with bracket attached

Major Compliant Standards: IMO Resolution MSC. 148(77), IEC 60945, IEC 61097-6, ITU-RM.540-2, ITU-R M.625-3, MED 2011/75/EC

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