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More than 285 DIGIPLOTs are at sea totalling over 1000 ship years of experience. • COMPUTATIONAL ABILITY

Most powerful micro-programmed computer designed specially for marine application.

Not a limited performance microprocessor on a "chip". • REQUIRED TRAINING

Uses familiar radar vector display and controls. No computer code inputs required. •TRACKING PERFORMANCE

Target response and accuracy not affected by range scale, bearing or number of targets. • TARGET ACQUISITION

Manual or FULLY automatic with NO guard ring operational limitations. • RELIABILITY

Closed cooling system eliminates salt air corrosion. 100% production thermal and vibration tested to fully meet RTCM spec- ifications. Every unit is factory operated for 200 hours at 140° F (60° C). • EQUIPMENT WARRANTY

Full coverage after acceptance of all parts costs for two years and all labor costs for one year. i^^^n SYSTEMS DESIGNED FOR SAILORS

IOTRON CORPORATION, 5 Alfred Circle, Bedford, Mass., 01730 USA Telephone (617) 275-0340 Cable: lotron Bos, Telex: 92-3426

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Maritime Reporter

First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.