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Raytheon Anschütz releases universal course converters

  • Thursday, 13 September 2007 | News

Raytheon Anschütz has introduced a series of universal course converters, which enable ship operators to retain existing equipment such as repeaters and autopilots when retrofitting an old gyro compass with analogue step or synchro output.

Raytheon says that the converters can be used to replace nearly all available gyro compasses with step and synchro output including those from manufacturers like Anschütz, C. Plath, Sperry Marine, Tokimec, Yokogawa, Kurs, Amur, Microtechnica.

"We have a very comfortable product line with these new converters," said Heino Hoffmann, project manager with Raytheon Anschütz.

"Installation time and effort is reduced to a minimum. Existing cabling can be utilised, so we can offer a very cost efficient solution for ship owners."

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