CMC-ARPA series Marine navigation radar is the third generation upgraded product of CSSC Marine Technology Co., Ltd (CMC), which has obtained CCS/EC type approval certificate. Different configurations are available to meet the requirements of different scenarios such as open sea, coastal, and inland waterways. It is cost-effective and reliable, supporting the networking of multiple radars with different frequency bands. It enables one-click switching between multiple radar transceivers and provides 360-degree blindness-filling ability.
CMC-ARPA series radar is the third generation upgraded product of CSSC Marine Technology Co., Ltd (CMC), which has obtained CCS/EC type approval certificate. Through continuous global cooperation and independent research and development, this series of radar has a variety of configurations. Considering global supply chain security, the selectable accessories include: 4 categories of 8 types of radar antennas, 4 categories of 9 types of transceiver units, 14 types of displays, 7 types of computing units, and 4 types of all-in-one machines. Different configuration solutions can be provided for luxury ocean-going merchant ships, coastal and inland vessels, as well as government vessels with autonomous and controllable requirements. It can be used as a standalone system or combined with X + S band transceivers or 3-4 sets of radar transceivers for blind spot compensation and hot switching. It can not only be configured as an integrated navigation system (INS), but also be used together with cameras and photoelectric tracking system. The internal radar switching unit and built-in performance monitoring unit enable hot switching between radar, ECDIS, Central Alarm Management, Conning, and other multifunctional software on the INS unified hardware platform. It supports user-customizable interfaces as well as standard display interfaces, which saves training time and effectively avoids operational errors. Considering user habits, operations such as dimming, control, synchronization, settings, and alarm processing are extensively implemented using graphical shortcuts. Layout of keys is based on user operation frequency and security levels, aiming to reduce operation and response time, enhance control and feedback effectiveness, and improve user satisfaction and pleasure.