Passport II, with the Vector
Compact product line, now comes with an unprecedented 3-year
warranty at no additional cost! Marine Air Systems introduced the
Passport five years ago with these five key objectives in mind: 1)
International Recognition, 2) Simplicity in Operation. 3) High
Reliability, 4) Low Cost and 5) Expandability
The universal symbols on the display
face eliminated all language barriers, providing ease of operation
in the worldwide marketplace.
SIMPLICITY IN OPERATION
The simple 'set it and forget it"
automatic operation can only be found in Marine Air Systems'
Passport (I control. Turn the power on and select your temperature
preference. The system going into cooling or heating made is now
automatic, depending upon the temperature setting
Five years of continuous improvement,
with respect to componentry board design and software revisions,
have all led to the development of Passport II. Proven performance
over the past two years allows us the confidence to extend the
warranty to three years.
Retooling for Passport I! together
with improved manufacturing techniques afforded Marine Air Systems
the opportunity to pass along these cost savings in 1997, yet still
holding the price for 1998.
When Passport was introduced in 1993,
it initially replaced Marine Air Systems' Environmental Control
Unit. Marine Air Systems knew that more features and benefits would
be needed for Passport to keep up with customer demands. Passport II
took advantage of the original "design for expandability"
and brings several new features which are described in the Fall 1997
edition of Airwaves.
"All of these things were part of
the original design criteria for Passport. For two years running,
Passport II has exceeded every quality and reliability
objective," says Marine Air Systems Director of Operations