JMA-2343 2344 Marine Radar

FEATURES

The JMA-2300 radar series from JRC is in two models available, the JMA-2343, which has a 4kW radome, and the JMA-2344, which features a 3.9″, 6kW open-array configuration. Both configurations utilise the latest in digital signal processing for excellent target identification and detection in a compact design.

The 10″ CRT incorporates soft keys designed to make menu selections easy and fast. The high quality of the display provides outstanding target definition and discrimination. In additional, an optional MARPA function allows you to track other vessels while displaying their course and speed.

GPS CONNECTIVITY

The JRC JMA-2300 series allows connecting to navigation equipment, such as GPS, which provides on-screen the exact location of the ship (numerical value) or a mark on the waypoints. This will show the difference between the bearing of a waypoint and the ship’s heading at a glance.

EASY ACCESS TO EBL AND VRM

EBL and VRM are frequently used means. JRC has integrated these on the JMA-2300 series, equipped with dedicated switches.

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