Exclusive Rep For Danish Firm Introduces Radiotelephone System

M.E.M.A.C.-Dantronics Boca Raton, Fla., is the exclusive representative organization for the Danish Marine Communication A/S in the U.S. and Canada.

The new and second generation HF1200A radiotelephone system is said to be one of the most comprehensive long range radio telephone systems to be launched in the North American market in recent years. It has a new, completely redesigned transmitter (T-204A) solid state with 1,000-watt output. It is suitable for use on board large yachts, commercial vessels, offshore platforms, and is FCC type accepted. The HF1200A meets CEPT specifications, is MPT approved and complies with the latest SOLAS conventions, FCC, DOC and ITU radio rules.

The HF1200A is all solid state, has a fully synthesized transmitter and receiver, a built-in two tone alarm generator and electronic overload protection. It operates on 110, 220 or 380 ac or 24 VDC and contains a built-in antenna dummy load. All the international marine HF and MF bands are covered, there is a choice of exiter, the E204 which has 480 pre-programmed frequencies or the E205A which provides coverage of each marine bank in 100 Hz steps.

Optional extras include a built-in battery charger, remote controlled antenna tuner, extended frequency coverage from 1.6 to 30 MHz, both USB/LSB bands, and SITOR telex connections.

No warm-up period is required and it has low power consumption.

The system is well suited for pointto- point communications or for any oil platform communication installation.

For further information on the Danmar HF1200A systems, Circle 22 on Reader Service Card

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