Intermarine Brochure Fully Describes New Marine Radar

Intermarine Electronics Inc., a company established in November 1976 for the manufacture and distribution of marine electronics, announces the introduction of its first major product, a completely new marine radar, according to Werner Brack, president.

The new radar, called the "Intermarine 705," is a compact twounit system featuring full performance from 25 yards to 32 miles, with an effective 10-inch picture and innovative solid-state electronics. The inherent reliability and full performance designedin to the Intermarine 705 makes it the ideal radar for yachts, fishing vessels, workboats and offshore supply boats of every description, and as a secondary radar on major high seas tonnage.

The Intermarine 705 is designed to be trouble-free but easily and economically installed and maintained; the design has been proven on a variety of vessels at sea. Further, each radar is subjected to exhaustive production testing to environmental extremes.

However, if service is required it will be provided by a nationwide network of sales and service dealers backed by Intermarine's large inventories of spare parts and subassemblies.

Maintenance is provided under the terms of Intermarine's "limited warranty" certificate for two years on parts and six months on labor.

Intermarine Electronics Inc. is serving the marine radar industry by distributing specialized radar components for a wide variety of radars from various manufacturers in addition to its own "705" equipment.

A brochure that fully describes the Intermarine 705 can be obtained by writing to D. Keith Dickenson, executive vice president, Intermarine Electronics Inc., Flowerfield Building 7, St. James, N.Y. 11780.

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