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The Raynav 780 has a high dynamic range of 120 dB, which provides much improved reception in fringe areas. The Loran uses data from two separate chains to ensure accurate fixes. offset, and provides automatic home-position corrections.

The Raynav 780 has a built-in clock which gives date and time. For sailboat racers, it has a stop-watch and count-down timer. Of special interest to fishermen is the way- point "arrival" alarm which can be used to signal the approach to fish- ing grounds, or alert when own ves- sel exceeds preset limits for anchor- drift and cross-track error.

The Raynav 780 has one preset and six automatically adjusted notch filters to eliminate unwanted noise interference. Two separate data outputs are available (NMEA 0180/0182/0183 or JRC/Raytheon formats) and can be independently controlled for interface with GPS,

SatNav, radars, depth indicators, fishfinders, plotters, autopilots, steering indicators, sailing instru- ments, and other computers.

Equally at home on large ships, workboats, fishboats, megayachts and other power and sailboats, the

Raynav 780 is designed as an attrac- tive "look-alike" companion to Ray- theon's Raystar 920 GPS Receiver and RAY 90 VHF Radiotelephone.

Together, these three units fit easily into overhead equipment racks with optional flush-mount kits.

For more information on the Ray- nav 780 Loran-C,

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Hagglunds Marine Reports

Brisk Sales For Cranes

Last year, Hagglunds Marine &

Offshore received orders for about 200 deck cranes.

Among new orders recently an- nounced by Hagglunds are two from

Dutch yards, totaling 21 cranes; an order at the Donghae yard in South

Korea and Bangkok for four 40t

SWL container cranes of L-2 type; four general cargo vessels building at Jurong yard in Singapore will each have two 35t SWL container cranes of L-2 type; ten 25t G-2 type cranes will be fitted to two bulkers on order by India; in Europe, a Nor- wegian vessel will be retrofitted with the new GL-2 type crane of 40t maximum capacity; and an order for 24 deck cranes has been placed with

Hagglunds by a Turkish shipyard.

Among orders received by Hag- glunds last year were orders for cranes for a total of nine reefer ships, each to have two 18t SWL twin cranes. Similar cranes have also been ordered in Japan for two reefer ships, each to have one twin 18t SWL and two single 8t SWL cranes.

Hagglunds' Norwegian subsid- iary, Hagglunds MTT, received or- ders during 1988 for about 40 ser- vice cranes of different types.

Another of Hagglunds' main markets is West Germany. In 1988, orders were received from Bremer

Vulkan, HDW and Flender Werft for about 20 cranes of both service and general cargo types.

Recently, in cooperation with

Scandinavian Crane AB, a 37-ton crane was erected at the Swedish inland port of Koping. The crane is basically an electro-hydraulic Hag- glunds G type unit on a railborne portal and mast adapted to the requirements of the Port of Kop- ing.

For free literature containing full information on cranes from Hag- glunds,

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China Shipbuilding

To Build 14 Boxships

Taiwanese shipbuilder China

Shipbuilding Corporation will build fourteen 3,500-TEU containerships under a recently state-approved plan. The order for the ships, for state-owned Yangming Marine

Transport Corporation, is estimated to be worth $600 million.

SPD In Joint Venture

With Daeyang Electric

Philadelphia-headquartered SPD

Technologies recently announced a joint venture agreement with

Daeyang Electric Co., Ltd., of Pu- san, South Korea, to provide Mil-

Spec circuit breakers and switch- gear for the Korean naval industry.

SPD, one the world's leading sup- pliers of Mil-Spec circuit breakers, will provide circuit breakers and technical services to Daeyang for designing and producing Mil-Spec switchgear for Korean Navy comba- tant ships. Daeyang has served the

Korean maritime industry and Kor- ean Navy markets with electrical distribution equipment and lighting fixtures since 1977.

SPD Technologies is a world lead- er in the design, development and manufacture of advanced electroni- cally controlled electrical systems protection equipment for military applications and other harsh oper- ating environments. The company has service, repair and overhaul fa- cilities across the U.S. and serves military markets throughout the world.

For free literature detailing the

Mil-Spec circuit breakers and switchgear offered by SPD Technol- ogies,

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