Radio receiver gains DNV GL approval

By Christian Shelton24 August 2017

German radio systems specialist HBC-radiomatic has achieved DNV GL approval for its FSE 736 radiobus radio receiver . DNV GL is a leading classification and consultancy agency regarding safety issues and risk management for maritime applications.

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The FSE 736 radiobus radio receiver is now available with DNV GL approval

The FSE 736 radiobus has up to 36 control functions and up to 10 analogue commands.

HBC-radiomatic said this was the first HBC radio receiver with an AC power supply to receive certification from DNV GL.

HBC-radiomatic added that receiving DNV GL approval was important as it is an independent certification that’s recognised globally. As such, the certification should boost the product’s popularity for maritime applications.


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