NCR-333 – NAVTEX Receiver

The high-performance NCR-333 NAVTEX integrates a high visibility LCD display, shares the same simple configuration as its predecessor and contributes to improved safety at sea.

The NCR-333 NAVTEX integrates a high visibility 5.7” LCD display. You can select the character type on three different level sizes, all at your own convenience. On top, JRC has included dimmer control, maximising your display preferences as optimised as possible. These functions are selectable from the menu.

The NCR-333 receives NAVTEX broadcasts on the frequency channel 518 kHz, and either 490 kHz or 4209.5 kHz. The NAVTEX automatically receives broadcasts on the international standard frequency 518 kHz. Local transmissions of NAVTEX use the 490 kHz channel. The high frequency channel 4209.5 kHz is allocated for NAVTEX broadcasts. The NCR-333 also allows you to select and deselect certain types of information and coastal stations with the purpose of avoiding repeat broadcasts.

Share

Related Products

JFC-600 Fish Finder

JFC-600 Fish Finder

The JFC-600 fish finder continues the tradition of high performance, operating in dual frequency as standard, resulting in a highly accurate and reliable read-out. JRC’s new fish finder incorporates a 6.5” high definition colour LCD display. The innovative display modes (eleven available) allow you to select and view effortlessly the information you require. The operating

JUE-33 – Fleet 33

JUE-33 – Fleet 33

The JUE-33, a revolutionary Inmarsat Fleet 33 satellite communication terminal, incorporates the latest modern interfacing standards, packed into the industries smallest dimensions with a performance superior to any of its competitors. JRC’s sophisticated Fleet 33 offers a powerful all-in-one solution delivering comprehensive high-speed data and voice services provided by Inmarsat’s global and spot beams coverage

JAX-91 Weather Facsimile Receiver

JAX-91 Weather Facsimile Receiver

The JAX-91 shares the same performance and reliability as its predecessor, but integrates a set of new and enhanced functions, such as an automatic receiver. The received fax broadcasts are recorded on thermal recording paper,using a thermal head with less moving parts. JRC integrated an automatic frequency selection, allowing for optimised receiving. The JAX-91 can