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MT403FF 406 MHz EPIRB Float Free Auto-Release

The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) compliant MT403FF is a 'state of the art'Enclosed satellite distress beacon designed to operate in conjunction with the COSPAS-SARSAT International Satellite Search and Rescue System.

Designed to meet the most demanding regulatory approvals the GME MT403FF is a Class 2, Category 1 EPIRB in a fully enclosed float free housing with a Hammar HRU that will release the beacon at a certain depth, the beacon will then automatically activate.

Using the same innovative technology that produced the MT400 and revolutionised the EPIRB world, the MT403FF now offers commercial vessel operators the same GME performance and value enjoyed by recreational boaters. A key feature of the MT403 series is the use of non-hazardous battery packs that are IATA compliant and allow for restriction free transportation.

The cost of 406 MHz beacon ownership has been dramatically lowered by the introduction of the MT403FF. GME's unique energy conserving microprocessor technology enables the battery replacement period to be extended to 6 years. This technology has significantly reduced both the size and accordingly the replacement price. The MT403FF is factory programmed with a unique serial number which should be registered with the appropriate national Search and Rescue Authority. In many countries, authorities permit the EPIRB to be coded with the vessel's Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number or Radio Call Sign. This reprogramming is undertaken by a GME authorised Dealer.

Advantages of a 406 MHz EPIRB over the older analogue EPIRBs include world wide coverage, position location accuracy to within 5 kms, and a more stable transmitted signal resulting in faster response time. Most importantly, the addition of a unique digitally coded message provides Search and Rescue authorities with vital information including the country of beacon registration and identification of the vessel in distress, thus greatly reducing the incidence of false alerts and unneccesary deployment of valuable rescue resources.

An auxiliary homing transmitter is included in the MT403FF to enable suitably equipped Search and Rescue vessels to home in on the distress beacon.

Features:

  • Unrivaled in technology, performance and price.
  • COSPAS-SARSAT worldwide operation.
  • Ground breaking microprocessor based design, delivers unparalleled performance and value.
  • Meets AS/NZ 4280.1:2003 standards. C/S T.001/007. IMO A810 (19).
  • Zero warm-up digital technology.
  • Non-hazardous IATA compliant battery pack for restriction free transportation.
  • High intensity solid state strobe.
  • Enclosed in a UV resistant float free housing that automatically deploys and activates the EPPIRB when submersed to a depth of 2-4 metres.
  • Rugged easy-to-mount design.
  • Year battery life.
  • Easy, in-built self-test with audio / visual alert.
  • 6 Year GME Warranty.
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  • SEP 500 EPIRB

    The SEP-500 EPIRB complies with CCIR, RTCM, COSPAS-SARSAT and GMDSS performance standards of
    IMO with transmitting frequencies of 406MHz/121.5MHz.
    The SEP-500 receives GPS information and it transmits more accurate distress position than the EPIRB
    without GPS. This makes RCC(Rescue Coordination Center) perform prompt search & rescue operation.
      Fully GMDSS compliant
      Global alert via COSPAS-SARSAT satellites
      Exact location faster than standard
      Next generation in marin safty electronics
      Internal GPS allows position updates

    GENERAL:
      Material housing : ABS Plastic
      Strobe light : 21times per minute (min. 0.75   candela min)
      Temperature Operating : Operating -20℃ ~ +55℃
      Temperature Storage : -30℃ to +70℃
      Battery : Lithium - 4 years service life
      Antenna : Omnidirectional whip antenna
      Operating life 
    : More than 48 hours at -20℃/80 hours at +20℃
      Weight : 1.5㎏

    GPS Receiver
      Center Frequency : 1575.42MHz ±1.023MHz
      Antenna : Ceramic dielectric patch
      Characteristics
    : 16 channel ANTARIS 4 positioning engine

    406MHz SATELLITE TRANSMITTER
      Frequency : 406.037㎒ ±2ppm
      Output power : 5W±2㏈
      Radio type : G1B
      Modulation : Phase modulation 1.1 ± 0.1 rad
      Data encoding : Bi phase L
      Bitrate : 400b/s

    121.5MHz HOMING TRANSMITTER
      Frequency : 121.5㎒ ±10ppm
      Output power : ≥75㎽
      Modulation
    : AM, Sweep Tone from max 1600㎐ to min 300㎐
      Radio type : A3X

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    MT403FG 406 MHz EPIRB with GPS & Auto Release

    The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) compliant MT403FG is a 'state of the art' satellite distress beacon designed to operate in conjunction with the COSPAS-SARSAT International Satellite Search and Rescue System.

    Designed to meet the most demanding regulatory approvals the GME MT403FG is a Class 2, Category 1 EPIRB in a fully enclosed float free housing with a Hammar HRU that will release the beacon at a certain depth, the beacon will then automatically activate.

    Using the same innovative technology that produced the MT400 and revolutionised the EPIRB world, the MT403FG now offers commercial vessel operators the same GME performance and value enjoyed by recreational boaters. A key feature of the MT403 series is the use of non-hazardous battery packs that are IATA compliant and allow for restriction free transportation.

    The MT403FG has an additional 16 Channel parallel GPS receiver with top mounted Quad Helix antenna to improve location accuracy to better than 100 metres typically.

    The cost of 406 MHz beacon ownership has been dramatically lowered by the introduction of the MT403FG. GME's unique energy conserving microprocessor technology enables the battery replacement period to be extended to 6 years. This technology has significantly reduced both the size and accordingly the replacement price. The MT403FG is factory programmed with a unique serial number which should be registered with the appropriate national Search and Rescue Authority. In many countries, authorities permit the EPIRB to be coded with the vessel's Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number or Radio Call Sign. This reprogramming is undertaken by a GME authorised Dealer.

    Advantages of a 406 MHz EPIRB over the older analogue EPIRBs include world wide coverage, position location accuracy to within 5 kms (100 m for the GPS models) and a more stable transmitted signal resulting in faster response time. Most importantly, the addition of a unique digitally coded message provides Search and Rescue authorities with vital information including the country of beacon registration and identification of the vessel in distress thus greatly reducing the incidence of false alerts and unneccesary deployment of valuable rescue resources.

    An auxiliary homing transmitter is included in the MT403FG to enable suitably equipped Search and Rescue vessels to home in on the distress beacon.

    Features:

  • Unrivaled in technology, performance and price.
  • Meets AS/NZ 4280.1:2003 standards. C/S T.001/007. IMO A810 (19).
  • Ground breaking microprocessor based design delivers unparalleled performance and value.
  • Non-hazardous IATA compliant battery pack for restriction free transportation.
  • Zero warm-up digital technology.
  • 16 Channel parallel GPS receiver with top mounted Quad Helix antenna for better than 100 meter accuracy.
  • High visibility solid state strobe.
  • Enclosed in a UV resistant float free housing that automatically deploys and activates the EPPIRB when    submersed to a depth of 2-4 metres.
  • Rugged easy-to-mount design.
  • 6 Year battery life.
  • Easy, in-built self-test with audio / visual alert.
  • 6 Year GME Warranty.
  • COSPAS-SARSAT worldwide operation.

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    MT406G-406 MHz Man Activated EPIRB with GPS

    The GME MT406G EPIRB is a culmination of three years extensive R & D by GME engineers. The end result is a radical new design concept that is not only a significant improvement on existing beacon performance, but dramatically slashes the cost of GPS equipped 406 MHz EPIRB ownership.

    The GME MT406G 406 MHz digital EPIRB is the latest exciting extension of GME's growing family of innovative safety products. The 16 Channel parallel GPS receiver with top mounted Quad helix antenna will enable location accuracy to better than 100 metres typically.

    Features:
    • Unrivaled in Technology, Performance and Price.
    • 6 Year GME Warranty.
    • COSPAS-SARSAT worldwide operation.
    • Rugged lightweight easy-to-mount compact design.
    • Ground breaking microprocessor based design, delivers unparalleled performance and value.
    • 6 Year battery life.
    • Meets AS/NZS 4280.1 standards.
    • 16 Channel parallel GPS receiver with top mounted Quad helix antenna for better than 100 meter accuracy.
    • Zero warm-up Digital Technology.
    • Class 2 international accredited specification.
    • Antenna deploys automatically when the unit is removed from the quick-release mounting bracket.
    • Easy, in-built self-test with audio/visual alert.
    • High visibility solid state strobe.
    • Manual activation.
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    Tron 60S/GPS - NEW

    SAFETY NEVER COMPROMISED
    - 5 years warranty
    - Compact design
    - Tamper proof
    - Optimal visibility

    Small, compact and sealed GMDSS EPIRB. Complies to IMO, SOLAS regulation. Optimal visibility is achieved with high-intensity LED, located at the top of the antenna. No transport restriction due to the use of non-dangerous goods batteries. The new EPIRB is supplied either with manual or float-free bracket.

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    Tron 40S MkII - Float free GMDSS

    Tron 40S MkII:
    - 5 years warranty
    - New non-haz battery
    - Fits existing brackets
    - New state of the art technology, improved visibility
    - Incorporated into Jotron recycle program

    Complies with IMO/SOLAS/GMDSS regulations. MED and FCC approved.

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    Tron 40GPS MkII - Float free GMDSS with GPS

    Cospas Sarsat approved 406 / 121.5 MHz EPIRB

    - 5 years warranty
    - New non-haz battery
    - Fits existing brackets
    - New state of the art technology, improved visibility
    - Incorporated into Jotron recycle program

    Complies with IMO/SOLAS/GMDSS regulations. MED and FCC approved.

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    Tron 45S - Manual EPIRB

    Manual Satellite Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon

    Operates on the SARSAT/ COSPAS frequency 406 MHz. Identification and positioning via satellite. Transmits also on the air traffic emergency frequency 121,5 MHz for homing.

    Designed for small vessels and various other applications. Manual or seawater activation. Manual switch panel and strobe light. Light weight and small size. Standard 24 hours operational time.

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    Tron 45SX - GMDSS Manual EPIRB

    Manual Satellite Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon

    Operates on the SARSAT/ COSPAS frequency 406 MHz. Identification and positioning via satellite. Transmits also on the air traffic emergency frequency 121,5 MHz for homing.

    Easy mounting with bulkhead mounting bracket. Optional container for alternative use. Manual or sea water activation. Manual switch panel and strobe light. Light weight and small size. Standard 48 hours operational time.

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    Accessories

    Tron 40S/40GPS MkII

    NEW! 85216 FB-6 Float-free Bracket
    - automatic release
    - w/protective cover
    Includes: 80414 Hydrostatic release mechanism

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    EPIRB

    Satellite EPIRBs are one of the very useful GMDSS systems designed for automated transmission of distress alerts. The 406 MHz satellite EPIRB is very reliable and designed to provide rapid alerting, identification and accurate location information to search and rescue authorities.

    SARTs (Search and Rescue Transponder) are primarily designed to be used in lifeboats or liferafts. SARTs operate in the 9 GHz marine radar band, and when interrogated by a searching ship's radar, it responds with a signal which is displayed as a series of dots on a radar screen. The range achievable from a SART is directly proportional to its height above the water.

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    SEP 406 EPRIB

    Features:

    SEP-406 EPIRB 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.

  • fully GMDSS compliant
  • compact and light
  • simple and safe to operate
  • automatic float free housing
  • totally watertight
  • self-test


    Specifications:

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

    406MHz SATELLITE TRANSMITTER:
    -Frequency : 406.025㎒ ±2ppm
    -Output power : 5W±2㏈
    -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 : Onmidirectional Whip Antenna
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