Literature Describes Expanded EPSCO Radar Line

EPSCO has recently published literature d e s c r i b i n g the new model M18 radar, a compact, counter-mounted version of the pedestal-mounted M16. The M18 incorporates the features of the M16, while meeting the space requirements of a crowded bridge.

Standard features of this 10-kw, 60-mile radar include high-definition Vl-mile range, plus short and long-pulse 3-mile ranges: short pulse for harbors and navigation, long pulse for gear finding. The 2-unit system is equipped with 6-foot antenna. A 4-foot antenna is optional as is the EPSCO "Clean-Screen™" Interference Rejection.

Other options include deicing, a second VRM, magnifier, gyro-interface for heading-up display, and reflection plotter.

M18's e l e c t r o n i c c i r c u i t r y, weather seals, and components are engineered to perform under extreme conditions with reliability.

For detailed information on the M18 and EPSCO's complete line of navigational and fish-finding electronics, write James A. Dhimos, Dept. MR 280, EPSCO Marine, 411 Providence Highway, Westwood, Mass. 02090.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 42,  Feb 15, 1980

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