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Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) SEP-406

Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) SEP-406 complies with CCIR, RTCM, COSPAS-SARSAT and GMDSS performance standards of IMO with transmitting frequencies of 406 MHz / 121.5 MHz. SEP-406 EPIRB, which is designed to be watertight and for ease of installation, have a hydraulic release mechanism to release automatically by water pressure.

Key Features
Specifications
Scope of Supply

Fully IMO / GMDSS Compliant.
Compact and light.
Simple and safe to operate.
Automatic float free housing.
Totally watertight.
Self-test Function.
4 Years Service life.
Compact and light design for easy installation.
House: ABS Plastic

Generals
Material housing : ABS Plastic
Strobe light : 20times per minute (min. 0.75 candela)
Temperature : Operating -20°C ~ +55°C
Battery : Lithium – 4 years service life
Operating life
– 48 hours at -20°C
– 80 hours at +20°C
Transmission time : 440ms±1%
Repetition : 50s±5%
Weight : 1.5kg

121.5MHz Homing Transmitter
Frequency : 121.5MHz ±10ppm
Output power : ≥75mW
Radio type : A3X
Modulation : AM, Sweep Tone from max 1600Hz to min 300Hz
Sweep range : ≥700Hz
Sweep rate : 2.5Hz

406MHz Satellite Transmitter
Frequency : 406.025MHz ±2ppm
Output power : 5W±2dB
Radio type : G1B
Modulation : Phase modulation 1.1 ± 0.1 rad
Data encoding : Bi phase L
Stability : Short term : ≤ 2 ×10-9
Medium term : ±1×10-9
Residual noise : ≤ 3 ×10-9
Bitrate : 400b/s
Antenna : Omnidirectional Whip Antenna

Standard
EPIRB (406MHz/121.5MHz)
Case with Hydrostatic Release Unit
User Manual