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Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Automatic Digital Direction Finder

Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Automatic Digital Direction Finder

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The Simrad Fishers TD-L1550A Automatic Digital Direction Finder is designed for finding and receiving channels and distress frequency.

Features

  • Scans receive up to 100 channels/10 groups
  • Optional output bearing data in NMEA-0183 format
  • Up to 100 Spot frequencies memoriable
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Designed for direction finding and receiving International VHF channels, U.S. Weather Channels or Scandinavian Fishing Channels, and 121 .5 MHz distress frequency with its compact main unit.

This model provides a unique homing indicator as well as digital readout. Homing indicator is consist of 18 LEOs, and digital readouts are in one degree increments.
The digital display shows the bearing and the channel gives a reading of the signal strength on a level meter as a measure of distance. Upon request, TD-L 1550A with data output facility (NMEA0183 format) is available.

  • Automatic Direction Finder, Dual bearing indication type
  • International VHF channels, U.S
  • Weather channels, 121.5MHz preset
  • Wave form: F3E
  • Dual bearing indication of Digital (numeric LCD) and Analog (bar LED)
  • Scan receive up to 100 channels/10 groups
  • Up to 100 Spot frequencies memoriable
  • Output bearing data in NMEA-0183 format(option)
  • Standard antenna : 4 elements adcock antenna
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