ICOM MA-500TR Class B AIS Transponder and Receiver
MA500 TR / MX-G5000 / 731797007957
The MA-500TR is a class B AIS transponder that offers modern navigation safety while matching the clean look of Icomís award-winning VHF and SSB radios. Give your helm a handsome, harmonious look for fraction of the price. The MA-500TR automatically shares your vessel information with other AIS transponders. If you want to contact another vessel, you no longer need to locate and punch in its 9-digit MMSI number Ė the MA-500TR does it automatically. AIS information is displayed on the MA-500TRís own modest (yet clear and bold) screen or, for those who want a larger screen, in an NMEA-standard data stream for use by third-party
chart plotters or other onboard navigation gear. When you want the best, get the best. Get Icom. Simply the best.
The MA-500TR kit includes the MX-G5000 GPS Receiver, which
is a 12 channel parallel GPS receiver with SBAS function.
Class B AIS transponder for Non-SOLAS vessels
2 W output power
Dual channel AIS receiver
Full dot-matrix display visually shows real-time vessel traffic information
PC and other marine network equipment is not required (but can be connected)
IPX7 waterproof protection
1m depth for 30 minutes (except connectors)
3 lines of NMEA Input/Output for connecting to other navigation equipment
GPS receiver comes with MA-500TR
Collision-risk management functions
CPA (Closest Point of Approach) and TCPA (Time to CPA)
Target list and dangerous list
External alarm connection to emit a collision alarm from external audio equipment on the deck or tower
Integration with Icom VHF radios (IC-M604 or IC-M504*)
DSC button allows you to make a DSC individual call to a selected vessel instantly
Matching design with Icom radios=
Class B AIS Transponder screens
Because each ICOM MA-500TR AIS Transponder and Receiver can only be programmed once with your personal MMSI number and other information, these units are NOT CANCELABLE or RETURNABLE once your order has been placed.
Please fill out the details below. You will need to determine the position of the GPS antenna on board the vessel. You can round the distance to the nearest meter.