Uniden To Introduce Six New Marine Radio Models At IMTEC Show In Chicago

—Literature Available Uniden Corporation of America, Marine Communications Division, Indianapolis, Ind., will feature its 90-channel, remote control marine radio, the MC 900, as well as five other new units, at the IMTEC Show in Chicago, September 27-30 this year.

"Because of its two-piece design and compactness, the MC 900 is extraordinarily easy to use," says George Rabatin, Uniden's national sales manager of marine products. "The control head is compact enough to fit virtually anywhere it is needed, and the power unit can be stowed in any location up to 18 feet away," he states.

The MC 900's channel coverage includes all U.S., international, and weather channels. It has full 90- channel scanning capability and features automatic monitoring of Channel 16 for safety information.

The fully programmable unit is touch-controlled through a flat, water-resistant keypad and its power is switchable from one to 25 watts.

The five other new radio units that Uniden is unveiling at the show are the MC 990, MC 790, MC 690, MC 500, and MC 310.

Two other new products on display will be the Uniden MC 500 video fish-finder and the MC 310 digital speed unit that is compatible with the company's MC 300 digital depth unit.

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