The NX-300 receives NAVTEX messages and verifies the ID of received messages. It features two narrowband receivers, one tuned to the 518 kHz international Navtex frequency and the other to the 490 kHz domestic or local country frequency.
Reliable, uninterrupted reception of Navtex messages
Designed for small boats and Fishing Vesselss
No consumables or paper required
Ultra clear 4.5" backlit silver bright LCD
Compact, stylish display and antenna unit
28,000-character memory capacity for message storage
Memory backup with a long life lithium battery
Low power consumption
NAV Data Display mode
messages and vérifiés the ID of received messages. It features two narrowband receivers, one tuned to the 518 kHz international Navtex frequency and the other to the 490 kHz domestic or local country frequency.
Selection is made by a Frequency Select switch on the front panel.
NAVTEX is a worldwide Coastal English language telex broadcast system. The broadcast stations transmit Navigational Warnings, Meteorological Warnings, Search and Rescue (SAR) information and other data for ships sailing within their service range. The service range is 200-400 nautical miles depending on the terrain and station transmit power; messages are broadcasted every 4 hours. The Navtex service on 490 kHz is available in the UK, France, etc., using their own languages. The NX-300 features multi-language
Every incoming message is identified and new messages are read on the high-contrast 4.5" silver