The FS-1570 and FS-2570 are new MF/HF radiotelephones for general communications and GMDSS applications. Provided in addition to radiotelephony operation are DSC (Digital Selective Call) on general communications and DSC Watch Receiver on all distress and safety frequencies in MF and HF bands. The FS-1570 and FS-2570 maintain a continuous watch on a distress call even while you are exchanging normal voice messages. DSC channels can be individually set or all selected channels can be automatically scanned. When a DSC message is received, the radiotelephone gives audible and visual alarms.


The FS-1570 and FS-2570 are new MF/HF radiotelephones for general communications and GMDSS applications. Provided in addition to radiotelephony operation are DSC (Digital Selective Call) on general communications and DSC Watch Receiver on all distress and safety frequencies in MF and HF bands. The FS-1570 and FS-2570 maintain a continuous watch on a distress call even while you are exchanging normal voice messages. DSC channels can be individually set or all selected channels can be automatically scanned. When a DSC message is received, the radiotelephone gives audible and visual alarms.


The SAILOR 6300 MF/HF provides several unique features such as message replay functionality – a first for MF/HF radios, and the ability to connect two control units. A highly efficient power amplifier with control hardware ensures high performance and reliable communication in the marine bands from 1.6 to 30 MHz in TX mode, and ensures constant and full output power on all ITU channels.

The new SAILOR 6300 MF/HF is a high-end communications system in its own right. It complies with the requirement for MF/HF DSC Class A, which is part of the mandatory requirements for SOLAS vessels in all sea areas, and many national GMDSS requirements. It is developed and designed to meet the needs of professional mariners ensuring clear and powerful communication for a wide variety of vessels including high seas fishing vessels, merchant/offshore ships and workboats


From next generation radiotelex software and unique replay functionality, to new networking opportunities, the all new SAILOR 6310 MF/HF – 150W improves on previous successful SAILOR GMDSS MF/HF systems in every way.

Though designed to meet GMDSS requirements for professional mariners operating a wide variety of vessels the SAILOR 6310 MF/HF is a rugged, high-end communications system in its own right.
It complies with the newest requirement – ITU493-13 – for MF/HF DSC Class A, part of the mandatory requirements for SOLAS vessels and many national GMDSS requirements.

ICOM Ic-m802

Standard 4×8″ remote controller

Built-in DSC meets ITU Class E requirement

E-mail function available

PC connection capability for remote control

JRC Jss2150

The new JSS-2150 Class A MF/HF radio equipment features an intuitive user interface and advanced modular design that allows for a flexible installation approach in confined spaces.
Standard 6 DSC channels built-in. 3.8” high size and visibility display. Integrates an advanced digital audio amplifier with a built-in speaker, which increases the amount of power, making your message loud and clear. Including: Control and display unit NCM-2150, handset NQW-261, black box transceiver NTD-2150 at 24V and automatic tuning unit NFC-2150. English and Spanish user’s manual.

JRC Jsb-96

The JSB-196 SSB Radiotelephone is of extremely compact and lightweight design for easy installation. JRC advanced Digital Signal Processing technology and high efficiency power amplification have enables this 150W SSB to be the smallest transceiver in its class.
Compact, the smallest in the world!
The JSB-196 can be installed in an convenient location abroad fishing vessels, yatch and workboats of all sizes, and itsÕ high quality communication is achieved by the stabilized output power and DSP Digital Signal Processing technologies.


FURUNO Fm 8800

FURUNO FM-8800S is a high quality, all-in-one marine VHF radiotelephone designed to comply with the GMDSS carriage requirements for safety and general communications. All the necessary functions such as a 25 W VHF radiotelephone, a Class A DSC modem and a CH 70 Watch Receiver are incorporated into the compact transceiver unit.
The FM-8800S offers simplex/semi-duplex voice communications with high sound quality thanks to its speaker designed to lower the strain. Operators are allowed to conduct communication clearly at any situation. For easy readout of a selected channel, the silver-bright LCD is placed on the front panel indicates the channel numbers with large and easy-to-read characters. Selected channel is easily made with the dedicated rotary control or numeric keys. Other standard features are instant access to CH 16, telephone call via a PSTN, Dual Watch and Multiple Watch functions, which allow watch on CH 16 and other selected channels.


Unique SAILOR Replay (240 sec.) of incoming communication High quality display – perfect night and day vision Powerful 6W loudspeaker Intuitive and easy to operate menu structure Large tactile buttons and wheelknobs for easy operation The popular SAILOR handset ThraneLINK

SAILOR 6222 VHF complies with DSC spec. 493-13 for VHF DSC Class A, which is part of the mandatory requirements for SOLAS vessels, and many national GMDSS requirements. In addition to its role as part of GMDSS it is one of the most advanced, high quality and powerful VHF radios available today. It is very well suited to a wide variety of maritime operational communications on board fishing vessels, merchant, offshore ships and workboats.


A very powerful transmitter,
A very sensitive and accurate receiver,
A built-in loudspeaker,
The new SAILOR HS5001 Handset is standard. This new handset is designed to fit perfectly in your hand, has a high sound quality.

Replay function (last 90 seconds of receiving),
7-segment display for primary functions,
Graphical display with sleep mode for secondary functions,
All text and indicators in displays are red for improved night vision,
Display with Marine AR anti reflection filter,
Efficient dimming of displays,
Powerful built-in 5W loudspeaker

ICOM IC-m323

The IC-M323 from Icom has the same revolutionary design as the IC-M423. Featuring the common user interface that has been adopted in the latest Icom radios, including intuitive 'soft keys' permitting faster access to radio functions. The IC-M323 offers ease of use and value for money.

JRC Jhs-770

Direct call by AIS™
Easy operation with JOG dial
Intercom & loudhailer function
3.8" high brightness LCD screen
120 seconds recording



Tron SART20 is designed for use in search and rescue (SAR) operations. A radar transponder gives the location for any nearby vessel and aircraft with X-band radar. Radar transponder is designed for use in lifeboats and life rafts. Easy mounting in bulkhead bracket on-board the vessel, easy to release and activate in an emergency situation. Various installation devices available as options. MED and other approvals available. Mandatory carriage equipment for all ships of 300 gross tonnage and upwards, according to SOLAS III/6.2.2, III/26.2.5 and IV/7.1.3.
MED D approved GMDSS Radar Transponder
- 5 years warranty
- New non-haz battery
- Unique range of accessories
- Incorporated into Jotron recycle program
Complies with IMO/SOLAS/GMDSS regulations.
MED and FCC approved.


The S4 Rescue Radar SART is a 9GHz X-band Search and Rescue Locating Device which offers proven reliability. Extremely simple to use, the S4 Rescue can be operated even with gloved or wet hands. Its compact design makes it suitable for packing in life rafts or as a carry off device.


The SAILOR SART II is a 9 GHz X-band self contained, waterproof radar transponder intended for emergency use at sea. It has been designed for assisting rescue operations in accordance with IMO, SOLAS requirements.


Samyung SAR-9 is a Radar Transponder, which is operated in 9.2~9.5 GHz(3cm) marine radar band. When a radar signal is received from a SAR craft, the SAR-9 automatically starts to transmit a response signal echoing to that Radar. SAR craft can identify SART s location on the radar screen with 12 in-line dots. Once activated, the SAR-9 will remain in stand-by condition for 96 hours followed by minimum 8 hours transmission.


When interrogated by radar, this unit transmits 12 intense radar screen blips, greatly enhancing search and rescue efforts. In fact, a Search and Rescue Transponder is mandatory for all commercial vessels that must conform to GMDSS, and any vessel carrying more than one life raft. The exclusive ACR test mode provides visual/audible feedback confirming operational status



The Furuno DP-6 is a new Narrow-Band Direct Printing (NBDP) Terminal designed to comply with the IMO carriage requirements for the GMDSS. In addition, it provides fully automatic error-free general telex communications with other maritime mobile stations as well as with any telex subscribers. The DP-6 is used with Furuno's MF/HF radiotelephones FS-1562, FS-5000, and FS-8000. Distress and safety telex communications can be exchanged on any of the distress frequencies 2174.5, 4177.5, 6268, 8376.5, 12520 and 16695 kHz in the ARQ or FEC mode.

JRC Ndz-227

Complement your MF/HF with the NBDP* kit for telex communication with shore radio stations and with other ships. It includes a10.4-inch data terminal equipment featuring a color display with a variety of color backgrounds. The LCD gives you a bright picture with excellent color consistency, even when you are viewing the display from the side.


Protocol : 625, 476-4, 490, 491, 492-3 & F130 by CCIR
Communication mode : ARQ, CFEC, SFEC
Memory : 16M Middle range of frequency : 1700 Hz



The FA150 is a shipborne Universal AIS (Automatic Identification System) Transponder capable of exchanging navigation and ship data between own ship and other ships or coastal stations. The FA150 consists of a transponder unit and a compact display unit with 4.5" Silver Bright Display. The compact FA150 display is designed to accommodate a simple and space-saving installation with a user-friendly ergonomic design.
The FA150 provides multiple interfaces for Radar, ECDIS and PC. The available Combo GPS/VHF antenna affords flexible, easy installation.


• Fully satisfies the technical standards for Class-B AIS, IEC 62287-1
• Receives both Class-A and Class-B AIS information
• Enhances safe navigation by exchanging critical navigation information from AIS-equipped vessels nearby
• Greatly improves the level of the situational awareness even in fog, darkness or congested waterways
• Outputs data to NavNet TZtouch2, TZtouch, 3D through Ethernet
• Flexible integration with various AIS compatible radar and chart plotters


Full compliance to international standard
The-world-smallest AIS Transponder and Control Unit design for Space saving installation.
6-inch LCD screen Display unit for easy watch AIS information and simple graphic mode.
JHS-182 needs only one standard coaxial antenna cable.
IMO & wheel mark Certificate


The Samyung SI-30 A is A Class-A Universal Automatic Identification System (UAIS) transponder, the Samyung SI-30 A is the newest product designed to improve navigation safety by observing other AIS equipped ships. The Samyung SI-30 A complies with international regulations and standards as well as national class requirements.


• The R5 system features cutting edge digital radio technology, resulting from more than five years’ research into software defined radios. Sharing radio technology with military grade systems, the R5 technology is a big leap forward into the future of AIS radios. The highly versatile R5 platform will continue to evolve as new requirements are introduced.

The Supreme version of the R5 technology provides the user with a flexible, future-proof product. The large colour touch-screen display and multitude of interfaces make the system highly appropriate for integration into modern networked bridge solutions.



Rugged VHF radio for emergency situations and regular use for on-board communications. Easy to operate by one hand or wearing gloves. Both display and keys have back light facility to ease operation in low light conditions.
Channels: 21 channels, including channel 16. Watertight to IP67.
Complies to ETS 300 225 and IMO/SOLAS/GMDSS regulations.
MED and FCC approved


The FM-8 is FURUNO's quality VHF handheld radiotelephone complying with GMDSS carriage requirements for on-scene two-way communications. It can be also used as an on-board communicator. According to GMDSS carriage requirements, vessels engaged in international voyages must install at least three sets (all passenger ships and on cargo vessels of 500 GT and upward), or at least two sets (cargo vessels below 500 GT but 300 GT and upward). Eight channels are provided as standard: CH16, H6, CH11, CH12, CH13, CH15, CH17 and CH67. Six extra channels are optionally available depending on requirements and subject to authorization. Operating channel number is backlit for easy readout. All controls are arranged on the top panel and overall operation is user-friendly.

ICOM Gm 1600 e

The IC-GM1600 e meets temperature, thermal shock, vibration and drop resistant (from 1 m height) requirements. After passing those environmental tests, the IC-GM1600 retains 1m depth waterproof construction as specifi ed by IMO resolutions A.694(17), MSC149(77) and related specifi cations.


■ Compliant with ITU-R, IMO Regulation ■ ITU. USA, CANADA Channel Available ■ Weather Channel Available ■ Memory Scanning Function ■ Dual Scanning Function ■ Waterproof at 1m Depth for 5 Minutes ■ Long Life Lithium & NiMH Battery ■ Power Saving Functions ■ Easy Operation with a Hand in Glove

SAILOR Sp-3520

The SAILOR SP3520 and the SAILOR SP3540 (ATEX) is supplied with the international channels that are required for a portable GMDSS VHF. The SAILOR SP3550 and the SAILOR SP3560 (ATEX) is a portable UHF radio developed exclusively for on board communication and is pre-programmed with all the maritime UHF channels

ENTEL Ht 640

Frequency range 156.000 to 163.275 MHz Channels All currently allocated International, USA and Canadian channels. Private channels 36 (dealer programmable) Operating voltage 7.4 VDC Temperature range -20°C to +50°C Current drain: Standby 60mA Receive 200mA Transmit 1.5A (high) 0.75A (low) Duty Cycle 15 hours (5%-5%-90%) Dimensions 130mm(h) x 59mm(w) x 33mm(d) Weight 296g (with battery and aerial)


The R5 is a fully featured GMDSS survival craft radio with user friendly design and features. It is built to meet the latest stringent IMO, GMDSS and ETSI standards.

ARC Sr-203

The all ACR SR203 GMDSS VHF Handheld Survival Radio meets all the requirements of the IMO for carriage on SOLAS vessels. Built tough for all marine applications and easy to use in an emergency situation, the SR203 is the ideal choice for mandatory and voluntary carriage. The SR203 handheld VHF radio boasts exceptional battery life of over 16 hours.



The NX-300 receives NAVTEX (Navigational Telex) 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. Selection is made by a Frequency Select switch on the front panel.
Reliable, uninterrupted reception of Navtex messages
Designed for small boats and Fishing Vessels
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 (NAV sensor required)
Multi-language menu


• Incorporates a printing device (NX-700A) or a dedicated display device with printer output (NX-700B)
• 200 message of average length 500 characters can be stored in nonvolatile memory
• Incorporates a preamp within a lightweight, compact antenna for reliable, uninterrupted reception
• Display messages on a clear 5" silver bright LCD
• Low power consumption
• NAV data display acts as NMEA repeater for GPS or instruments


The Samyung SNX300 is a dual-channel NAVTEX receiver for SOLAS ships complying with the new NAVTEX performance standard MSC.148(77) which is implemented on and after 1 July 2005.

JRC Ncr 333

• 5.7 inch Wide LCD Screen
• Automatic Tune Function by GPS
• Full meet latest IMO
• 3 receiving frequencies
• Printerless type
• Easy Installation
• Easy operation
• External Printer (Option)
• Navtex data export function for Integrated Navigation System (ECDIS or etc.)


The SAILOR 6391 Navtex System sets new standards in functionality and flexibility for SOLAS mandated Navtex receivers. As a black box system, with separate touch screen user-interface, it introduces a new approach that enhances safety and efficiency, whilst being fully SOLAS compliant. It is a next generation system offering new installation and operation possibilities today, with the potential to become part of the fully networked bridge in the future.