New Krupp Atlas ARPA Gets British DoT Type Approval

—Free Brochure Available The new rasterscan 8600 ARPA manufactured by Krupp Atlas Elektronik has been given type approval by the U.K. Department of Transport following evaluation by the Admiralty Surface Weapons Establishment.

One of the most advanced ARPAs now available, the 8600 is one of four new radars developed by Krupp Atlas for ships of any size or class.

All four models represent a significant technical advance in current marine radar design. They offer continuous true daylight rasterscan display on a t6-inch screen, resulting in a quality of presentation superior to a conventional TV picture.

Exceeding basic IMO requirements for ARPAs, the 8600 may be additionally configured for use with integrated navigation systems or stationary radar surveillance centers for the monitoring of rivers, harbors, or coastal approaches.

Providing for manual acquisition of up to 20 targets as well as automatic tracking and target data readout inclusive of CPA and TCPA, the system also permits selection of 40 navigation lines in addition to storage of up to 80 video maps of 40 elements each.

The West German company is represented in the U.S. by Krupp Atlas Elektronic in Rahway, N.J.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 43,  Nov 1984

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