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gives you so much

Direct daylight viewing without hoods or curtains.

Only Mariners Pathfinder® 12 and 16-inch Radars can be viewed directly in all ambient light conditions, even bright daylight. A welcome change for daytime watches. No more hoods, curtains, or sore eyes. No more interrupted vision because of dark-to-light eye adjustment.

Moreover, two or more members of a watch can view the scope simultaneously.

Two-level video enhances targets and minimizes clutter.

All 12 and 16-inch Mariners

Pathfinder® Radars feature

Raytheon's exclusive two-level digitized video-enhancement. As a result, larger and taller targets are displayed even more brilliantly than smaller or lower targets. The two-tone "three- dimensional" effect is both remarkable and useful. Tall buildings, vessel superstructures, and similar targets are clearly defined for easy identification.

With two levels of video, rain and sea clutter appear at a lower signal level than targets.

This improves the effectiveness of clutter suppression circuits and increases target definition.

Interference rejection reduces noise, improves contrast, and provides positive after-glow trails.

Raytheon's remarkably effective "sweep-comparison" interference rejection gives you a picture that is free of RF interference and noise.

Contrast is improved, especially for weak targets. Most important, moving targets leave well defined after-glow trails for positive assessment of surrounding traffic.

Accurate, digital readout ranging out to 64 miles.

Raytheon's Variable Range

Marker gives continuous digital readouts from 0 to 64 miles.

Automatic intensity control increases scope life.

Even with bright display

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