Color LCD Radar from SI-TEX

Posted by Irina Tabakina
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

SI-TEX Marine Electronics launched its new T-760 Series Radar, which offers features like touch screen control, AIS target tracking and standard MARPA (Mini Automatic Radar Plotting Aid). SI-TEX T-760 Series’ compact, slim case and vertically oriented, 7-inch (800X480 pixel) touchscreen color LCD display allow for versatile mounting options, even on small and/or crowded consoles and helm stations.
The T-760 Series case measures only 5.4 X 8.9 X 3.5-in. The series includes the T-760, equipped with an 18-in. compact radome antenna for solid performance in a wide range of conditions and range scale choices from 1/8th nm to 24nm.


(As published in the May 2014 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News -

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