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  • A new four-color brochure describing Raytheon Marine Company's compact, low-cost RAYPATH Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA) is available. Unveiled recently at a Raytheon Worldwide High Seas Distributors' Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, the new RAYPATH ARPA is low-cost, yet provides many outstanding features and meets all IMO requirements.

    The RAYPATH uses the same 16-inch Bright Display Mariners Pathfinder® Radar which is built into the Raytheon RAYCAS, the ARPA currently used on ships throughout the world.

    The RAYPATH scans to 64 miles and acquires and tracks up to 10 targets at once in a range of l1/* to 12 nautical miles. As the operator adds new targets, least-dangerous tracked targets automatically cancel. Dangerous targets are designated with flashing symbols, dots show target trails, and vector lines indicate target headings and speed. An auto detection provides warnings of targets entering a preset safety zone. To help eliminate target swap, RAYPATH's tracking window automatically shrinks to minimum size after it has made a target acquisition.

    Raytheon's new "track-ball" mechanism makes target acquisition fast and precise. The rotating track-ball not only allows the operator to manually designate and cancel targets, move EBL, and place a "true mark," but also offset ownship up to 67 percent in any direction from the center of the CRT display, increasing viewing range to over 20 miles.

    Targets are tracked up to a relative speed of 150 knots — even seaplanes on or near the surface can be monitored.

    Raytheon reports operation of the RAYPATH is simple, with p u s h - b u t t o n program controls mounted directly above the display screen. The system's slim line makes it easy to install, even in small wheelhouses. Raytheon's exclusive digital Bright Display provides uniform, very sharp electronic echo signals, which can be viewed simultaneously by several observers, even in daylight. The CRT display can be set for relative motion and true motion, and can be switched alternately from North-up to Course-up presentations.

    The Raytheon Interswitch permits any two models of Raytheon Bright Display Radars to be interswitched. For example, a single RAYPATH display can be interswitched to either X-band or S-band radars, whichever is appropriate for existing weather.

    The Raytheon Adaptive Interface Unit permits a RAYPATH display to be interfaced with other 12 and 16-inch displays, including Raytheon/Selenia, as well as those of other manufacturers.

    Raytheon also provides a 12- inch radar display RAYPATH ARPA for ships not required to comply with IMO regulations.

    The new RAYPATH ARPA, is a product of eight years of intensive Raytheon design and testing.

    For a free copy of the new Raytheon ARPA color brochure, Write 19 on Reader Service Card

  • of Defense, which accounts for some 40 percent of company sales. As a major international company, Raytheon provides a wide range of products and services to customers outside the U.S. More than one-fourth of company sales are to customers in other nations. A vice president since 1973, Mr. Phalon has

  • ITT Mackay Marine, a division of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, located in Elizabeth, N.J., recently hosted a Communication/Navigation Product Display at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York City. One of the products demonstrated was the ITT Mackay Marine Telex Equipment

  • ability to support sales efforts in the Eastern U.S. For free literature containing full information on Furuno's radars, Circle 21 on Reader Service Card

  • all the brightness and picture steadiness one could want. For literature containing full information on Furuno's Digiscan Radars, Circle 69 on Reader Service Car

  • , North-up and True Bearing modules, performance monitor, inter-switch, and ARPA interface. For complete information and prices, Circle 18 on Reader Service Car

  • , and the full support of Simrad's comprehensive dealer network. For further information and free literature on radars by Simrad, Circle 18 on Reader Service Car

  • can be interconnected into a virtually unlimited range of integrated vessel systems. For a free copy of the new Furuno catalog, Circle 41 on Reader Service Car

  • GreenSteam, a developer of marine fuel efficiency and optimization systems, showcased its fuel saving GreenSteam Optimizer, an onboard adaptive, data-driven decision support system. Consisting of two small radars installed in the bridge wings and a touch screen console which connects to wind and flow meter

  • temperature plot, and ship position in Lat/Lon. For more information and free literature on Furuno's new line of medium radars, Circle 9 on Reader Service Card For free literature giving full information on the FMV-603 video sounder from Furuno, Circle 40 on Reader Service Car

  • President of Raytheon Marine Company Stanley L. Clark recently announced that Michael J. Mitchell has been promoted to marketing manager, North America, with responsibilities for marketing all marine products in the U.S. and Canada. Formerly North American sales manager based in Seattle, Wash., Mr.

  • interswitch (optional) for dual radar/ARPA installation. For complete information on the new Furuno 2800 Series radars and ARPAs, Circle 46 on Reader Service Car

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