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Kelvin Hughes Limited

A Smiths Industries pic company

Other stan- dard features include interswitching, dual preset

Guard Zones; the NAVCARD for extended, custom- ized map creation, storage, and retrieval; and an improved plotting facility. The ARPA also features a simulator for training and maintenance tasks. nucleus • the new definition of modern radar!

Radio Holland Group

Electronic Systems, Marine

Houston, Texas

Tel: (713) 943-3325 Fax: (713) 943-3802 Tlx: 795438

Corpus Christi • New Orleans • Mobile • Ft. Lauderdale • New York • Philadelphia •

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The Kelvin Hughes NUCLEUS Series Color ARPA

Radars are redefining the modern radar for the shipping industry.

The NUCLEUS Color ARPA combines innovative target tracking/plotting and integrated data acquisi- tion capabilities with speed, accuracy, screen defini- tion, ease of operation, and highest reliability. To overcome rows of confusing buttons and controls, this economically designed, color ARPA utilizes a simple tracker ball and three push buttons for all operations, making it one of the fastest, most user- friendly navigational radars on the market today.

Functions are selected by simply clicking a but- ton after moving the pointer with the tracker ball through the easy-to-use, on-screen menus. The high definition display provides a superior color radar picture with very sharp target contrast. The data displays clearly show operating functions, warn- ings, target information, and integrated own-ship navigational data.

The NUCLEUS Series offers five choices of dis- plays, NUCLEUS 6000 A (ARPA), 6000 T (true motion) and 6000 R (relative motion) Color Radars with 26 inch display; and NUCLEUS 5000 T (true motion) and 5000 R (relative motion) Color Radars with 20 inch display. NUCLEUS features powerful

X-Band and S-Band transmitters in different configurations.

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