Boat radar reflectors
... in a plastic container; very high reflecting rate, practical, highly compact. 2m2 reflecting surface guaranteed up to 2,5 nautical miles.
Made of light alloy. Provided with head plastic protection. Folding model for easy storage when not required. Single packing in a plastic bag.
- Internationally recognised daytime signal, used by boats when at anchor - Made of highly resistant plastic - Folds easily for storage
Regulation model required for sailing boats navigating with the engine, hoisted point downwards, plastic material, removable, folded format 46 X 34 cm.
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A boat radar reflector is a safety device which amplifies the vessel's radar echo. This makes it easier for ships to detect the boat, reducing the risk of collision. Models offered on NauticExpo are intended for leisure craft.
Such reflectors are particularly useful aboard vessels made of composite materials, which constitute poor radar targets.
Reflectors use angled metal surfaces to enhance the reflection of radar signals. They can consist of stacked metal disks in a transparent plastic tube or take the form of a globe or a cube. They are mounted on the highest point of the vessel, in the rigging of a sailboat or the antenna mast of a powerboat.
How to choose
Tubular reflectors are well-suited to sailboats because they do not increase top hamper, which reduces performance. In addition, their rounded form is less likely to snag lines and sails. All the various systems reflect radar signals with roughly the same efficiency.
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