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The NDB-200G non-directional beacon is a kind of medium frequency radio navigation equipment. It can be installed in airport, airway, and maritime or land oil platform, used as a navigation aid. Meanwhile, our non-directional beacon is designed with alarming system, automatic equipment switch and remote control functions. In the beacon, the antenna is automatically tuned.

Our non-directional beacon provides mutual backup for the two identical channels in one unit. The switch between the two channels is also automatic. The unattended remote control and monitor is achieved through a two-wire connection. All the technical performances of the non-directional beacon meet the applicable requirements of ICAO Annex 10.


Specifications of NDB-200G Non-Directional Beacon

Modulation Mode Pulse width modulation (PWM)
Amplification Mode Class D
Output Power 100W/200W
Frequency Range 150~800kHz
Frequency Interval 1kHz
Frequency Stability 0.005%
Ambient Temperature -25℃ ~ +55℃
Power Supply Mode AC/DC dual supply with switching regulator
AC 220V single phase at 50Hz, 2.3A (100W), 3.4A(200W)
DC 48V, 4.1A(100W), 7.1A(200W)

As a China-based non-directional beacon manufacturer, we provide a broad range of products that includes our marker beacon, AIS transponder, ECS electronic chart system, and AIS automatic identification system, among others.

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