SAS-300-3

SI-TEX SAS-300 Class B AIS Transceiver

SI-TEX SAS-300 Class B AIS Transceiver

Description

The SAS-300 is a complete Class B AIS system designed for simple to use management, control and display of all AIS targets within VHF range. AIS data can be received from all types of Class B or Class A transponders, and can be displayed either on a "radar" type display, with chart overlay or without.

Features

  • Vivid graphics and the simple menu structure on the 6.5 inch, high resolution displays make the unit easy to use
  • The data is easy to access and the information easy to analyze
  • Display vessels by selectable color and icon
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$700.00
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Details

Features:

  • Complete information from all AIS vessels
  • Radar Style Display
  • Heads Up, North Up, and True Motion Chart Orientations
  • Plot targets on detailed C-Map Charts
  • Bright 6.5" TFT LCD Display
  • 5 track memories totaling 50,000 pts
  • Programmable CPA and TCPA alarms
  • Display vessels by selectable color and icon
  • Filter vessels by type of transmission
  • Built in Class B AIS Transceiver
  • Transceiver easily programmed via keypad
  • Transmitter easily silenced via keypad
  • Tracks the movement of up to 5 vessels with 50,000 point track history and optional live details on individual vessels
  • Monitors position, speed and heading of vessels on a background chart or on detailed C-Map cartography (optional)
  • Allows variable parameters to be set for CPA and TCPA alarms
  • Listing of all vessels with name, MMSI, range and bearing, with full details on each vessel, and instant GOTO function
  • Ability to display different types of vessels by color, and different types of transmission by icon shapes



Displays the Following Information:

  • Class A vessels
  • Class B vessels
  • Base Stations
  • Aids to Navigation
  • AIS SARTs
  • Search & Rescue
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