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Friday, October 19, 2018

AIS Transponders to be Showcased at SMM

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

August 9, 2018

Photo courtesy of Ocean Signal

Photo courtesy of Ocean Signal

Ocean Signal is highlighting the ATA100 Class A and ATB1 Class B AIS transponders when it joins forces will fellow exhibitor ACR Electronics to offer a comprehensive line-up of safety equipment at this year’s SMM in Hamburg.

Offering fully compliant solutions to increase visibility, aid collision-avoidance and enhance navigational safety, the transponders are suitable for a wide range of vessels.

Incorporating Ocean Signal’s trusted technology within a compact design, the ATA100 is the only Class A AIS transponder available rated to the IPX7 waterproofing standard. It is user intuitive, featuring large illuminated keys and easy-to-grip jog stick and has a 7-inch high-intensity, full-colour, rapid-response LCD.

The ATB1 is a powerful transponder incorporating superior SOTDMA technology and 5W output power. Easy to use with accessible connections, the ATB1 features a sleek, yet rugged, waterproof design that is high on performance and low on energy consumption.

Both units are compatible with Ocean Signal’s rescueME MOB1 man overboard AIS/DSC device.

he Ocean Signal portfolio also includes the M100 and M100X MSLD, E101V float-free EPIRB, SafeSea E100 and E100G EPIRB, S100 SART and V100 handheld VHF radio.

ACR Electronics is highlighting the award-winning GlobalFIX  V4 EPIRB and Pathfinder PRO SART.

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