A small package with big potential
The R200U is a low-cost, high performance dual channel AIS receiver, with outputs for both NMEA 0183 and USB. The R200U reads and decodes all AIS messages transmitted by AIS Class A and Class B transponders, and is a popular product amongst leisure craft users who opt for a receive-only AIS system.
Out best selling network AIS receiver
Our best selling series of AIS receiver, with built in Ethernet interface and optional GPS Receiver (R400NG). Designed specifically for coastal and port monitoring of AIS equipped vessels, with the ability of AIS data to be sent over the Internet.
R500 & G300 SERIES
Powerful and Intelligent on-board processing
The most powerful and flexible AIS receivers on the market, enabled with built-in WiFi, GPS, multiple USB ports and Micro SD card for logging data on internal storage when no network connection is available. This ultra-reliable device is designed for the commercial market and is capable of filtering, processing and forwarding AIS and GPS data across a network, whilst being locally monitored.
Highly configurable, lightweight OEM receiver
A dual-channel parallel synthesised AIS receiver, ideal for deployment in remote situations where space, weight and reliability are critical factors. Specifically designed for use by system integrators in the professional market and can be configured with built-in Ethernet and USB ports.
What customers are saying:
Purchased this unit to replace another Comar AIS device that I had been pleased with. The new design is great, easy to install. In my situation, all I had to do was connect the cables. It started receiving immediately. Have had very good luck with Comar Systems' products and would recommend them.
I recently brought a boat down from Phuket to Singapore, fitting with the Comar SLR200. With heavy shipping traffic, it really simplified the navigators task. Knowing what the commercial traffic was doing, with speed and bearing, we could easily see what boats were of no concern and that let us worry about other smaller ships.