STN Atlas Debeg UAIS Is Type-Approved

Monday, June 02, 2003
STN Atlas Marine Electronics’ European Wheelmark-accredited Debeg 3400 UAIS has also now been type-approved for GPS operation by the German Maritime & Hydrographic Agency (BSH), enabling it to be connected to all standard navigation equipment for provision of 12-channel Differential GPS data – at no additional cost.

The device is reportedly the first UAIS to be accorded full type-approval as a positional sensor without any necessity for additional equipment. The Debeg 3400 is also capable of automatically accepting high-accuracy DGPS correction data via VHF in port, coastal and other areas.

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