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Echomax 230 Passive Radar Reflector

Echomax 230 Passive Radar Reflector

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Echomax Passive Radar Reflectors comprise an symmetrical laser cut aluminium or stainless steel reflector enclosed in a robust polyethylene case. The design maximises response whilst minimising windage.

Suitable for vessels 9 to 15m. The EM230 model has been successfully tested by QinetiQ to ISO 8729-1999, and meets RORC,ORC,ISAF 2012/13 and WCC requirements of 10M2. Echomax EM230 has now been allocated a NATO Stock No.5840-99-742-6193 following the adoption and use of the Echomax  EM230 by the UK Military Forces and others throughout the World. Used by the US Navy for target and other uses.

The EM230 has Ships Wheel Mark certification for life boats and rescue craft as from December 2012 and copies of the BABT- TUV Module B certificate can be seen and downloaded from the Certificates section of this website.

Key Features:

  • Increased Radar Cross Section
  • Increased Heel Response
  • High S Band Response
  • Increased 360° Response Cycle
  • Choice of Mounting Options
  • Mast, halyard or deck bracket mount

Dimensions:

  • Height: 610mm
  • Width: 245mm
  • Fixing Holes: 8mm
  • Weight: 2.3kg
  • Fixing Centres: 569mm

@+/-3°-24m² maximum - Stated Performance Level (SPL) +/- 3° 4.7m²

Mounting options:

Sailing Yachts - Halyard Mount

Echomax reflectors use a symmetrical arrangement of interacting corners. Whilst its centreband response pattern is maintained at 15° tilt RCS is -5dB. To counter this, and avoid 'mast shadow'.

Pass a bight over the yardarm via a dead eye. Return bight through reflectors eye and secure taking lines through bight. Take tails through reflectors bottom eye and then to separate cleats via loops at --xx--.

IMPORTANT

Yachtsmen will be aware of the need to trim the reflector when on the reverse tack, failure to do so will result in compounding the angle of heel rendering the reflector inefficient.

Note: Reflector trimmed to leeward 15°. Mast heeling to 30°

 

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