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ACR Electronics has entered the AIS market.

February 15, 2016
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The CA1 can be networked to a vessel’s navigation system, and it has an easy-to-read monochrome display. Courtesy ACR Electronics

ACR Electronics has entered the AIS market with two rugged AIS transceivers: the ACR AISLink CA1 ($2,800), which is a Class A AIS unit, and the ACR AISLink CB1 ($900), which is a Class B AIS device. The CA1 is aimed at the commercial marine market, but those who regularly run their yacht at 20-plus knots will appreciate the frequent reporting rate and higher transmitting power. The CA1 can be networked to a vessel’s navigation system, and it has an easy-to-read monochrome display. The black-box CB1 can also be networked with a yacht’s navigation system.

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