Raytheon Marketing New Electromagnetic Speedlog Series

—Free Literature A v a i l a b l e— The new Navi Series of Electromagnetic Speedlogs from Raytheon offers economy and performance in a rugged, commercial-quality design.

Available in two speed ranges, the Navi Series is made for use aboard fishing vessels and workboats.

A large analog speed dial is switchable from 0-10 knots to 0-30 knots; or from 0-25 knots to 0-50 knots, depending on range selected.

Each unit has a built-in distance indicator.

Featuring standard 200 pulseper- nautical-mile outputs, these speedlogs can be easily interfaced with satellite navigators, plotters and other microprocessor-controlled systems. Operation is selectable from 12 to 24 vdc.

The new Navi Series is less sensitive to cavitation disturbances because of its electromagnetic design, so that positioning of sensors is less critical. Two models are available, a Navi 3 EM Speedlog with throughhull, flush-mounted sensing unit, and Navi 5 EM Speedlog with gate valve assembly.

Built by Yokogawa Navitec, the Navi Series is marketed by Ray- theon Marine Company, with exclusive sales distribution in the U.S., South America, the Middle East and Europe. Yokogawa is one of the world's leading manufacturers of electromagnetic speedlogs, gyrocompasses, and steering control systems.

The exclusive distribution agreement enhances Raytheon's capability to offer complete bridge systems which interface with other Raytheon navigation and communication equipment.

For free literature fully detailing the new Navi Series, Circle 15 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 98,  Jun 1988

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