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Satellite Navigator I

Meets U.S. Coast Guard regulations for vessels entering U.S. ports (without Loran-C!)


Tracor, Inc. 6500 Tracor Lane Austin, Texas 78721 Telephone 512:926 2800 TWX 910-874-1372 TELEX 77-6414 . is

Features — All necessary navigation functions ... latitude and longitude, precise

GMT, Set and Drift, Great Circle or Rhumb

Line to multiple waypoints, remote displays,

Gyro/Log inputs, etc.... Large, uncluttered displays ... Low power consumption on AC or 3 mains (only 1.6 amperes at 1 2 VDC) ... Internal battery for standby power (minimum V2 hour) ...

Optional interface for any Tracor Automatic

Omega ... Low cost

Reliability — Pre-tested, ceramic integrated circuits ...

Minimum 250 hours burn-in on every system ... Built-in diagnostic and self-test routines ... Rugged cast aluminum construction ... Third generation design produced by Tracor

Support — Worldwide dealer sales and service ...

A professional reputation built upon integrity and high quality ... Tracor, more than 7000 employees worldwide, serving you in various fields of science and technology

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