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Both of these new series are de- signed with heavy-duty construc- tion throughout. When connected to properly-formatted external naviga- tion receivers, these radars display valuable information on-screen, in- cluding own vessel's Lat/Long or

TD position and ship speed.

Raytheon added an innovative feature to its SeaGuard zone intru- sion alarm in both these radar se- ries. The alarm warns not only of targets entering a designated area, but also of targets leaving preset boundaries.

With Raytheon's R81/R82/R84 radars, the operator can electroni- cally designate and numerically mark up to ten targets on-screen; and, electronic parallel cursor lines greatly facilitate quick plotting.

Other new products introduced by Raytheon include the NWU-53 color video plotter; RAYSTAR-920

GPS navigator; RAY-NAV-780 Lo- ran-C navigator; and NCR 300A navtex receiver.


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Raytheon Service Company, Ma- rine Sales & Service Division, pro- vides a worldwide capability as a one-stop source for sales, service, installation, maintenance, overhaul and supplies for high-quality ma- rine navigation, communications, and monitoring and control equip- ment and systems from a broad variety of international manufactur- ers.

The company offers 24-hour, sev- en-days-a-week service that extends to any area of the world, operating from nine strategically located U.S. port offices/repair centers. Custom- ers include vessel owners, operators, builders and repairers; dredgers, marine constructors, hydrographic surveyors and researchers, and a va- riety of government agencies.

Conscious of rapid industry-wide changes and new regulations affect- ing equipment and their operations,

Raytheon Service Company desig- nated Weldon Vogt, Eastern Area marketing manager, based in the

Pennasauken, N.J., headquarters office, to provide information, data and advice on current and future industry trends and regulatory re- quirements.

Expansion and new personnel have added strength to the compa- ny's ability to meet customers' re- quirements. To better serve the

Central/South Florida ports, a ninth

Raytheon Service Company facility was opened in Ft. Lauderdale under the direction of Mark L. Mitchell, a 10-year veteran with the company.

Robert DeRoche, a 15-year ve- teran in marine electronic equip- ment sales and service, was named

Gulf service manager, incorporating the Houston and New Orleans of- fices.

One of the driving forces behind

Raytheon Service Company is its innovation and ability in expanded customer service or in the develop- ment and production of new equip- ment—finding a need and filling it.

A prime example of this is the recent introduction of the new SI-

TOR 489P Telex System, a user- friendly marine ARQ telex system that employs a computer-driven (PC) interface. This development points to the firm's advances in "systems integration," the ability to utilize top-quality components in the design and production of new and highly useful equipment.

Raytheon Service Company is a separate operating division of Ray- theon Company, Lexington, Mass.


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RDD, Inc., an intercommunica- tions specialist with over 20 years' experience in the marine and petro- chemical electronics field, recently announced several new manufactur- ers' representative agreements.

RDD is still the exclusive U.S. distributor for SPT of the U.K., manufacturers of marine sound- powered telephone products. RDD has recently signed an agreement to market and support Newco Safety

Tel of Calgary's unique line of ex- plosion-proof and non-explosion- proof push-button intercom sys- tems. Rheiner Dinges, president of RDD, said that unlike similar page/party systems, the Newco in- tercom utilizes latest state-of-the- art design which allows for selective ringing, selective paging, all paging, interfacing with plant or rig PABX systems, and flexible zone configu- ration.

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I Full Frequency, | Versatility, Economy, ' and automatic antenna couplers.

I The Hull 230 SSB.

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Circle 222 on Reader Service Card zero-leakage check valves 200 Series

Minimum restriction to flow; to 6000 psi

Open channels in streamline poppet Full ports

Unique, damage-proof O-Ring seal provides full flow and is maintenance-free. Bubble- tight sealing at any differential pressure.

Choice of inlet and outlet connections and materials. Cracking pressure from 0.5 psi. 1/8" to 2" pipe sizes. Metal-to-metal backup seal Floating O-Ring

Special design capability to meet custom or system requirements.


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ATLAS MAXI 25 S is the complete solid waste disposal unit, equipped with all the automatic regulating and safety de- vices which are necessary for perfect functioning year after year.

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