Raytheon Introduces Digital Depth, Speed And Temperature Indicator

—Free Literature Available Raytheon Marine Company has introduced the new, multifunction D-600 Digital Depth, Speed and Temperature Indicator. Large, dual LCD readouts display depth (in feet, meters, or fathoms), speed (in knots or miles per hour), surface water temperature (in degrees C or F), trip/log distance, and elapsed/ count-down time. Four user-preset alarms sound alerts for shallow or deepwater limits, excess speed, and count-down signals. The new compact unit has a large keyboard for easy control of all seven functions and alarms.

The Raytheon Model D-600 "Information Center" offers outstanding range and performance features in one low-cost unit. Depth range is to 600 feet, speed indications to 99.9 knots, and surface water temperature measurements range from 32- 120 degrees F, and 0 to 50 degrees C.

Trip or distance logging is up to 3,000 nm, time measurement up to 30 hours, or count-down from 12 hours. A count-down beep tone sounds at five minutes, one minute, 30, 20,10, 5, 4, 3, 2,1, and 0 seconds.

The green backlit dual display of nearly %-inch-high digits indicates from "0-999, 0-3,000, or 0:00-30:00 time functions.

The D-600 transmitter operates at 120 kHz for greater depth penetration with less susceptibility to "noise pickup." The Raytheon D-600 is available with either a single-unit transommount three-sensor "triducer," or, for through-hull mounting, with two units, one a 120-kHz transducer and one a speed/temperature sensor.

For further information and free literature on the new D-600 Digital Depth, Speed and Temperature Indicator from Raytheon Marine, Circle 62 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  Oct 15, 1985 France

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