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Equipment Review — Furuno (continued from page 24) 3-foot SWG radiator. The built- in transceiver puts the full 3-kw peak power right at the antenna for sharp echo returns under all sea and weather conditions.
Installation of the FR-240 is simple. The wedge base permits display mounting on tabletop, bulkhead, or overhead. Each ra- dar is provided complete with in- stallation kit, viewing hood with integral magnifier, and a spares kit. Normal operation is from 12, 24 or 32 volts dc at a power drain of only 80 watts.
Furuno also manufactures a high precision ADF, the FD-120; an ADF for small craft, the FD- 171; an automatic YHA direction finder, the FD 521; an all elec- tronic Loran navigator and video plotter, the LC 30 receiver/proc- essor and the GD 101A CRT plot- ter ; a high-performance radar, the FR-360; a new dome type ra- dar, the Model 1600; and the Se- ries Seven and Ten radar family.
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Henschel Corporation, Ames- bury, Mass., designs, develops, and manufactures ship control and interior communication sys- tems and equipment for naval and commercial vessels. Commer- cial marine products include en- gine order equipment, throttle controls, bell loggers, digital mas- ter clocks, shaft and rudder indi- cators, sound-powered telephones, audible signals, alarm/indicator panels, automatic whistle timers, and fire alarm systems.
Henschel's naval product lines are ship control consoles, throttle controls, order/indicating equip- ment, digital indicators and mas- ter clock systems, ship's course indicators, synchro signal ampli- fiers, electrical hardware, switch- boards, and submarine steering/ diving instrumentation. Recently developed products use microproc- essors and the latest solid-state synchro conversion technology.
All products are sold worldwide.
Manufacturing plants are located in Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and
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April 15, 1981
In the early 1930s, it was un- heard of to have a reliable interi- or communication system aboard ship until two marine electricians originated the world's first sound- powered telephone system for ma- rine use. The originators, Charles
G. Hose and Thomas J. McCann, were the founders of the Hose-
McCann Telephone Company, Inc.
Together they pioneered the use of sound-powered telephones to be a safe, reliable, and rugged communication system.
Now, more than 45 years later,
Hose-McCann is proud to continue in its tradition as the leader in the field of marine interior com- munication equipment. Other
Hose-McCann products include fully automatic dial telephone systems, rudder angle indicators, navigation light panels, engineer's (continued on page 29) 27
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