Chicken and Eggs Page 5

Electronics — August 2003
By Ben Ellison

JRC JMA-5100 Series Black Box Radar

 More of this Feature
• Part 1: NMEA 2000
• Part 2: NMEA 2000
• Electronics Q&A
• Red LED Lightwedge
• JRC JMA-5100
• Suunto M9
• Pocket Stars

 Related Resources
• Electronics Column Index
• Electronics Feature Index

JRC’s new radar system usefully deconstructs the traditional display head into a separate processor box that can be mounted out of the way, a 5"x12" keyboard that can go wherever your fingers wish, and an optional 10.4-inch screen that can be set to landscape or portrait modes. Or the display can be fed to any VGA monitor in your system, even split-screened with other software using a third-party video processor. The JMA series offers a full set of radar features and marks the beginning of JRC’s push into black-box electronics. The starter 5104 model comes with a two-foot, 4-kW radome and costs $5,350 without display. Models with four- and six-foot open arrays are available, as is an optional MARPA package said to benefit from the algorithms used on big-ship radars.

JRC Phone: (206) 654-5644.

Next page > Suunto M9 > Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

This article originally appeared in the July 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

Vetus Maxwell Tip of the Week

Hot Today

Featured Brands

Costa Palmos logo MCY logo
HMY Yacht Sales logo Volvo Penta logo
Absolute logo Sunseeker

Boat-Name Generator

cube puzzel Thinking of a unique name for your new boat can be tough, that's why we created a Boat Name Generator.
Try it here. ▶

Select Brokerage