Southern Avionics is committed to continually improving our products and services. We have recently added an Online Store, a new Client Support Site with numerous resources for our customers and we added a new NAVTEX product line and extended our DGPS transmitter line. SAC is also moving on to our next generation of Non-Directional Beacon Transmitters, the SE Series.
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Over the Thanksgiving holidays, we had 13 visitors from Indonesia visit our headquarters here in Beaumont, TX. We gave them a small tour of Southeast Texas and had a great time!
Welcome back to Part 2 of this blog on why you should invest in SAC's NDBs and related equipment.
Latest and Greatest from SAC:
SE Series 125-Watt NDB Transmitter
- 125-Watt carrier powerProgrammable for any frequency from 190-650 KHz
Optionally Programmable from 650 to 1250 kHz and 1500 to 1800 kHz
Operations can easily be controlled at the front panel without the use of a computer
What makes the SE Series standout from our competitors?
Local and Remore operation using a PC
Embedded web server - NO SOFTWARE TO LOAD
- Server or User Definable IP address accessible by local PC or Ethernet connection
The SE transmitter also includes a comprehensive Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) section. From the comfort of the customer's computer terminal, troubleshooting the SE series of NDB's has never been easier. By using the technical manual provided with the NDB, a problem can be diagnosed to module level.
These facts combined with the quality and customer service reputation of SAC are what makes this non-directional beacon transmitter the NEW INDUSTRY STANDARD.
See our website for specs, brochures, and additional options available to you and your company.
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What is an NDB?
Welcome to the Southern Avionics Company corporate blog. Southern Avionics is a recognized leader in the field of navigational transmitters such as low frequency Non-Directional Radio Beacons and DGPS Reference Station Transmitters.