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Radio Holland U.S.A. Helps Fill Many Electronics Needs

Radio Holland U.S.A. based in Houston is the U.S. representative for the S.P. Radio and Kelvin Hughes lines of electronic equipment. Specific products from the S.P.

Radio line include the Sailor Compact GMDSS station, a modular integrated station which fulfills GMDSS communication requirements for all areas of operation — Al, A2, A3, and A4. Designed for desktop or bulkhead mounting, the unit is designed for installation on newbuilds and retrofits.

Radio Holland U.S.A. also offers the Sailor SP3110 portable VHF transceiver for GMDSS. The unit is approved to fulfill the GMDSS requirement for portable VHF-transceivers, and forms part of the com- plete GMDSS program from Sailor. The waterproof SP3110 is designed to withstand harsh conditions. With a frequency range of 138 to 174 MHz, the unit is made for safety, but is also a convenient transceiver for ordinary short range communication. The Houston-based company also offers the Nucleus line of radar from Kelvin Hughes. With the new range of radar displays, keyboards are replaced by a simple tracker ball and three push buttons. Banks of circuit boards are replaced by a single dedicated electronic module. The Nucleus 6000 deck mounted displays are suitable for fitting in large vessels as primary and secondary radars. They have a 660mm display, giving a 340mm radar picture.

The Nucleus 5000 displays are compact designed and suitable for second radars or in small vessels where space is minimum. The deckmounted displays offer the option of a pedestal mount. The 5000 offer a 500mm display giving a 250mm radar picture.

In addition to these, Radio Holland U.S.A. offers other Kelvin Hughes products, including electronic charts and the Nucleus Integrated Navigation System (NINAS).

For free information on all of the products offered by Radio Holland U.S.A.,

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