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Season after season, Simrad earns the maritime fleet's trust at sea.
The maritime business is no piece of cake. Especially when it comes to electronics. Why, you don't even begin to earn trust until at least five of the seven seas have passed under your keel. Which is reason enough to build every piece of our maritime gear to withstand the rigors of non-stop, whirlwind passages.
Like our Navigation Soun- der, the ED 161* Its powerful transmitter insures flawless recording. And its depth alarm is loud enough to crank the heads of a few mates in the event it should ever go off.
In the Shortwave Marine
Band ADF department, the
TD-C328H ATS is our recom- mendation, plus a few others*
Reliability is critical and therefore inherent. In addition, its distance indicator will remind __ you of just how far you've come and how far you've yet to go.
FCC approved RW-105 Watch Alarm Receiver carries out the dutiful job of monitoring 2182 kHz impeccably.
A built-in digital watch automatically lifts the mute during long periods of silence and also kicks-in when receiving two-tone alarm signals.
And of course, there are many other products we'd like to have shown you but can only talk about. Like our
NL Doppler Speed Log. One of, if not, the least expensive doppler log systems to install.
Or our TF series FAX ma- chines—the 753 and 788— are as state-of-the-art as money can buy. And the last line for your consideration: our Loran C's. They are, without question, the most accurate and simpliest
Loran C's available today.
So whether you're taking your electronics back to square one or just yanking a single piece of gear, consider one of the most trusted names on any sea.
ED 161 Nav. Sounder
A trusted name at sea. 2215 Northwest Market Street
Seattle, Washington 98107 (206) 789-6482
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