Raytheon Introduces New Remote Display For Speed Log And Depth Sounder

—Literature Available Raytheon Ocean Systems Company of East Providence, R.I., has introduced an inexpensive, microprocessor- based remote display designed for maximum compatibility with the company's established Fathometer ® depth sounder and speed log product lines.

The rugged display is lightweight and compact for transportability. It features a corrosion-resistant case and has an ac/dc option. It will enhance the performance capabilities of Raytheon's DSF-6000 digital survey Fathometer and navigational speed log, and perform well in conjunction with other commercially available marine products featuring a compatible interface.

The new instrument has a large liquid crystal display clearly viewable in surroundings ranging from bright sunlight to complete darkness.

Software customization is available, and a "daisy chain" capability for multiple display requirements is built in. A complete internal self-test is accomplished automatically each time it is turned on.

Remote installation can, under certain conditions, be as far away as 1,000 feet, with mounting on a bulkhead, tabletop, panel, or overhead.

The unit is engineered to military specifications for vibration, and can function in 100-percent humidity and in temperatures ranging from 0 to 70 C (32-248 F).

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 16,  Mar 1985 Jack Nichols

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