Boat AIS MA-500TR
class B transpondertransponderwith screen

boat AIS
boat AIS
boat AIS
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Type
transponder, class B transponder
Other characteristics
with screen

Description

MA-500TR Class B AIS Transponder for Pleasure & Fishing Boats What Is an AIS Transponder? An AIS transponder on your boat automatically receives information broadcast by other AIS-equipped vessel's and base stations, all while your own vessel's static and dynamic information is being transmitted. AIS signals may reach where radar cannot, showing AIS-equipped vessels that might otherwise be hidden, such as on the other side of an island or behind a larger vessel. SOLAS commercial vessels are already required to carry a Class A AIS transponder, so your position will be known by nearby large vessels. The MA-500TR increases your safety at sea. Class B AIS Transponder The MA-500TR is a Class B AIS transponder for Non-SOLAS vessels such as pleasure craft, workboat and small vessels. Your vessels information will automatically be transmitted at fixed intervals or under base station control. The MA-500TR receives dual AIS channels (Ch. 87B and Ch. 88B) simultaneously and receives both Class A and Class B AIS information. Transmitted information by MA-500TR is MMSI code Vessel name Call sign Type of ship GPS antenna position Ship's position SOG (Speed over ground) The Plotter display looks like a marine radar display. North-up, course-up and range zoom from 0.125 NM to 24 NM are supported. The Target list display shows all detected AIS equipped vessels and targets. The Danger list display shows a list of vessels that are within 6 NM CPA and 60 minutes TCPA from your vessel. The Danger list can be sorted by CPA or TCPA order. In addition to these display types, the Detail screen shows various information about the selected AIS target. Simple Operation

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