Emergency position indicating radio beacon
Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) – a distress alert transmitter that make search and rescue operations a lot ease. EPIRBs are a mandatory component of GMDSS.
The SEP-500 GPS 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.
|Frequency:||406.037MHz (Satellite Transmitter),|
121.5MHz (Homing Transmitter)
|Output Power:||5W – Satellite, 75mW – Homing|
|GPS Receiver:||16 channel|
|Operating life:||More than 48 hours at -20℃/80 hours at +20℃|
|Strobe light Rate:||21times per minute (0.75 candela min.)|
|Type of hydrostatic release:||SEH-02|
|Methods of activation:||automatic / manual|
|Release:||automatically before reaching 4 metres of water depth / manually|
|Temperature Operating:||-20℃ to +55℃ Class 2|
|Temperature Storage:||-30℃ to +70℃|
|Battery:||SEB-04, 14.4V, type LI-SOCI2, replacement every 4 year|
|Material housing:||ABS Plastic|
|Dimensions:||251 х 385 x 165 mm|
|SEP-500 GPS EPIRB|
*Sale and service of EPIRB from other manufacturers are also possible.