New Consoles For Navi-Sailor

Friday, September 14, 2001
Transas Marine has switched to a new-generation, modern design of hardware for its Navi-Sailor range of navigation systems. The new hardware solutions from Transas are available as full-size pedestal mount and desktop consoles. The updated hardware has been designed to support the new software technology used in the Transas Navi-Sailor line, which required improved hardware performance. The hardware set comprises a console and built-in RS-3 marine computer, which will be applicable as the standard Marine Processing Unit (MPU) for the entire range of the company's navigation products. The desktop version is the perfect solution for small craft or retrofit. When the bridge space is limited, the console can be located on the chart table, while the RS-3, as a separate module, can be positioned anywhere else. Another advantage of the new consoles is that they are pre-cabled and delivered as "plug and play" solutions allowing easy installation onboard the ship. The consoles are in Transas standard black and dark-gray colors, although other colors are also available upon request. The new modern-style appearance combined with the improved functional characteristics and smaller dimensions of the new Transas consoles, have already attracted numerous orders from the USA, UK, Russia and Europe.
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