COMAR SLR200 / 200G AIS



Overview
The solution for professionals

The SLR 200 is Dual Channel Parallel AIS Receiver, designed specifically for the professional, fishing boat, leisure marine and vessel monitoring markets. It enables boats operating in busy shipping lanes to receive AIS (Automatic Identification System) information being transmitted from Class A transponders, as fitted to vessels over 300 tons, and non-mandatory Class B transponders.

  • Two AIS receivers monitor both AIS channels simultaneously.
    • Unlike many AIS receivers that claim to be dual channel the SLR 200 / SLR 200G is a true parallel AIS receiver, ensuring that you receive the most up to date positions and information of all vessels around you.
  • Connects to an onboard PC running a compatible Navigation Program, or a dedicated Marine Chart Plotter.
    • the information can be displayed on screen giving the skipper or navigator a visual interpretation of the name, position, course and speed of vessels within VHF range.
  • The SLR 200 includes an integrated NMEA multiplexer
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Technical Specification

The SLR 200 provides a small vessel with:

  • A low cost method of monitoring the position, speed and heading of other vessels within VHF range.
  • The ability to plot the progress, changes in heading and speed of other vessels on the screen of an onboard PC or Chart Plotter.
  • A vessels name, call sign and MMSI number to call up the target vessel on a DSC radio and ascertain their intentions.

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