Racal To Demonstrate New Color ARPA At Whitehall Club In New York City

Racal Marine, Inc., Cranford, N.J., will be exhibiting several new products at New York's Whitehall Club, 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y., on April 12-14, 1988.

The maritime industry will be especially interested in Racal's color rasterscan radars. In addition to the company's established 14- and 20- inch Bright Track displays, the new Racal 2690BT 26-inch true-motion ARPA color radar will be shown.

Ideally suited for deepsea vessels, the 2690BT reduces the workload and stress on a bridge, making a major contribution to safety at sea.

Racal stated that the unit is the world's first production color ARPA providing a 16-inch PPI equivalent scan on a 26-inch diagonal TV-type display.

The exhibition will also feature the new MK53 Decca navigator, which is a direct replacement for the MK21, and the MNS2000 four-inone navigation system that accepts decca, loran, satnav and omega signals.

For further information on at- tending this demonstration or for literature on the new color ARPA, contact: Adrian Day, Racal Marine, Inc., 70 Jackson Drive, Cranford, N.J. 07016; telephone: (201) 272-4222.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 8,  Mar 1988

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