Thrane & Thrane SAILOR SC4000
The SAILOR SC4000 Iridium system offers true global coverage and competitive airtime rates, making it the obvious choice for anyone sailing the oceans or along foreign coasts with high GSM roaming fees. Global crew calling
SAILOR SC4000 Iridium supports a wide selection of crew calling plans and prepaid scratch-cards so you can provide an on-board telephone box.
Each crew member can manage and control their own costs directly, so you will not have to worry about individual billing and administration costs.
The standard data capability of the SAILOR SC4000 Iridium system is 2.4 kbps and can be turned up to 10 kbps by accessing Iridium’s 10 kbps compressed data service.
Beside basic e-mail exchange and internet access, it supports the PC based Iridium SMS service for short text message communication with other Iridium phones.
Built to last
The SAILOR SC4000 Iridium is designed specifically for the harsh maritime environment and features an antenna with no moving parts and an easy to install and access transceiver in a metal housing.
Experience reliable operation regardless of weather conditions, meaning that you can keep your lines of communication open for both crew calling and operational purposes.
Up to four advanced SAILOR SC4150 handsets can be connected. Other connections include RS232 serial interface for PC and NMEA input, as well as RJ11 for an additional analogue phone or standard PABX.
The easy menu navigation and large LCD display of the handset offers simple, intuitive operation whilst the ability to add a PABX means that you can use any phone on-board to make Iridium calls.
The SAILOR SC4000 Iridium is Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) compatible with the addition of the SAILOR H4122 SSAS kit, without the need for signing up to any other subscriptions.
Additionally, through the Iridium Tracking System (ITS), the SAILOR SC4000 Iridium can deliver GPS positions or be tracked at any time within regular intervals configured on ship or from shore – ideal for fleet tracking and improving vessel efficiency.