KEP Marine Debut New ECDIS Equipment

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Tuesday, October 01, 2013
KEP ECDIS Display: Image courtesy of KEP Marine

Manufacturer of marine sunlight-readable displays, marine hardware and software products, Kessler-Ellis Products (KEP) Marine announce its new line of U.S.-manufactured, powerful, commercial-grade marine monitors and computers with Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) type approval.

Built for reliable performance even in the most extreme marine conditions, the rugged and rigorously tested suite of displays and computers comply with International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations, and offer a fully customizable solution to meet navigational needs on long offshore ventures. Facilitating safe and responsible operations, the system keeps electronic charts updated to meet onboard safety requirements and enhance situational awareness on the bridge.

“We are proud to introduce our new ECDIS approved displays and computers to the commercial marine market,” said Keith Cariani, sales manager, KEP Marine. “KEP has more than 50 years of experience designing and manufacturing flow instrumentation, displays, PLC peripherals and computers for customers in a variety of industries including oil & gas. Our new displays and computer range meet the requests of our commercial customers for a one-stop shop of American-made, integrated IMO and ECDIS systems.”

KEP Marine’s ECDIS certified displays and computers paired with its IEC 60945 compliant ultra-rugged and customizable push-button controls, keyboards and trackballs, enhance convenience and reliability for the ultimate in navigation and command processing at the helm. Fully expandable, KEP’s wide range of displays includes multi-touch options and are available in sizes for virtually all installation applications.

www.kepmarine.com

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