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Bridge electronics range expanded by JRC/Alphatron

The new version of the AlphaBridge allows for on-site assembly The new version of the AlphaBridge allows for on-site assembly

JRC/Alphatron Marine has launched two new products for the bridge electronics market, introducing their ProLine packages, consisting of a range of navigation equipment, as well as a new ready-to-assemble version of its existing AlphaBridge integrated bridge system.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}ProLine is designed to provide navigation equipment packages for a variety of intercoastal, workboats, tugboats and fishing vessels ranging from under 500GT up to 10,000GT.

The packages consist of a full range of mandatory or non-mandatory equipment, including the JRC JMA-5200/5300 ProLine radar series, GPS, gyro, autopilot and echo sounder, and will be made available via JRC/Alphatron Marine subsidiaries in Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Korea, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Spain and the USA.

The new version of the AlphaBridge meanwhile is now being made available as a ready-to-assemble full component package, comprising all required materials and drawings for shipment and assembly wherever a vessel is under construction.

The Alphabridge was introduced more than ten years ago, offering a modular bridge system based on standard control panels. More than 800 vessels currently have the AlphaBridge installed.{/mprestriction}

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