Robertson-Shipmate Introduces Multi-Station VHF Radiotelephone To U.S. Marine Market

—Free Literature Offered— Robertson-Shipmate, Inc., Hauppauge, N.Y., has just introduced in the U.S. a new multi-station commercial VHF radiotelephone, the RS-7100, for the marine market.

According to the company, the new RS-7100 VHF radiotelephone is a heavy-duty commercial grade system that permits use of up to six full-function remote stations. Extremely popular in Europe, the RS- 7100 is now approved for use in the United States. This is a full duplex radio, with dual watch, designed primarily for commercial applications such as larger ships, drilling platforms and workboats, but it is also said to be ideal for the largest yachts.

The RS-7100 is a synthesized radio with all U.S., International and Weather channels. System functions are controlled through a splashproof keypad, and selected channels and operating functions are displayed on a backlighted LCD.

Construction is of diecast aluminum and the unit can be mounted on tabletop, bulkhead, or 19-inch rack.

Remote stations are extremely compact and have control panels identical to the master station. All stations have built-in internal monitoring and self-test programs.

The system operates from 12 or 24 VDC, as well as 110/220 VAC.

For free literature detailing the new RS-7100 VHF radiotelephone from Robertson-Shipmate, Circle 76 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 56,  Mar 1988 Ohio

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