AIS-SART is a combined term of AIS (Automatic Identification System) and SART of distress signal transmitter. It is a distress signal transmitting device which sends a distress signal using the AIS system.
When AIS-SART is activated and transmit a distress signal, AIS receivers installed in nearby vessels and coast stations receive the distress signal automatically and they display distress information on the GPS chart plotter by visual and auditory way.
Compliant with IMO standards.
Detachable from life raft or rescue buoy.
Waterproof to 10m.
Operated automatically or manually.
Minimum 96 hours operation.
Battery life : 5 years.
Automatic transmitting of Distress location within 1 minute.
Indicates operation by LED and buzzer.
Operating frequency : 161.975MHz , 162.025MHz
Data rate : 9,600bps
Operating Output : 1W EIRP
Modulation : GMSK
Antenna type : spring whip
Standard applied : MSC 246(83), IEC61097-14, ITU-R M.1371-4
Receiver type : 50 channels GPS L1 C/A Code SBAS : WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS
GPS antenna type : Ceramic patch antenna
Accuracy : 2.5m CEP
Standard applied : IEC61108-1
Operating life : minimum 96 hours
Battery life : 5years (Lithium battery)
Battery voltage : 7.2V
Storage : 5 years
Waterproof : immersion to 10M
Operating temperature : -20° C to +55° C
Storage temperature : -30° C to +70° C
Standards applied : IEC60945
Weight (main unit ) : 450g
Weight (including pole) : 600g
Size (main unit pole folded) : H330 X W110(mm)
Length including pole extended : 1.25m
Lanyard : 10m