TX06S-1

Simrad 6kW Open Array Radar

Simrad 6kW Open Array Radar

Description

The Simrad 6kW Open Array Radar ensure excptional detection of small or distant targets.

Features

  • Different color palettes are provided to suit users tastes as well as improve viewing in different lighting conditions
  • Easy to use guard zone areas can be defined by the user
  • Screen-clutter in any weather is virtually eliminated
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$4585.00
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$3,999.00
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The Simrad HD Digital radar ensures exceptional detection of small or distant targets,using advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP). They present targets more clearly and reject clutter using 10-bit digital radar video sampling and Sensitivity Time Control (STC). Screen-clutter in any weather is virtually eliminated allowing a clear, accurate and easy to interpret image.

Chart Overlay
Adding a heading input from an autopilot system or dedicated sensor will allow the radar image to be overlaid on the chart. Targets can be interpreted instantly with respect to chart information such as navigation aides and coastlines.

Color Palettes
Simrad's HD Digital radars automatically adjust color gradients on distant targets for better target definition. This is especially useful when looking at storm centers.

Guard-Zone Alarms
The mariner can maintain a radar watch in specific zones. Any radar return or target in that area will trigger an alert on the radar system.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad 6kW Open Array Radar TX06S-1 6kW open array radar with 20-meter cable and radar processor, 4 feet
$3999.00
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