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GMDSS Console System for SEA AREA A3

  • GMDSS approved for Sea Area A3 & option for A4
  • CN114 compliant
  • Compact table top design
  • User friendly, common operating system
  • Simple and fast installation
  • Integral GPS option
  • All equipment DC voltage
  • All necessary power supplies and battery charger included
  • 2 Year warranty
  • USA manufactured

The SEA 300-A3 Table Top GMDSS Console System provides a compact and concise solution to GMDSS requirements for SEA Area A3. The SEA 300-A3 console system features the reliability of the SEA 330 GMD 300 Watt MF/HF SSB radiotelephone and Inmarsat-C satellite communications system.

The Inmarsat-C and radio telex software are operated through the dedicated message terminals. The SEA 7000G SEACALL MF/HF DSC controller, SEA 7001G SEAWATCH watch receiver, and SEA 3000G SEATOR radio telex modem complete the MF/HF DSC and radio telex systems.

Also provided with the SEA 300-A3 console system is one SEA 6042 Inmarsat-C remote distress alarm and two SEA 7157 DSC/VHF radios. The SEA 300-A3 console system includes an integral GPS receiver option, battery charger, and all necessary power supplies.

The main console is also available as a factory pre wired, assembled and tested system, resulting in a very efficient installation. Ease of installation and service, combined with proven reliability, backed by SEA's two year limited warranty make the SEA 300-A3 Table Top GMDSS Console System an exceptional value.

SEA is the producer of quality marine communications equipment, with nearly 25 years of manufacturing experience in the United States. It is important when considering the purchase of GMDSS equipment that not only does it meet your exacting standards, but that it comes from a manufacturer who can supply parts and service on a timely basis. This is why SEA should be considered the manufacturer of choice.

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