Inmarsat Beam OC400 Basic Piracy Kit (OC400-BPB)

C$3,011.70
Based on a USD price of $2,250.00 and today's exchange rate.
BRAND:  
BEAM
PART #:  
OCEANA 400
WARRANTY:  
12 MONTHS
Stock Status:  
In stock
AVAILABILITY:  
USUALLY SHIPS IN 7-14 BUSINESS DAYS
Product Code:  
Beam-Oceana-400-OC400-BPB
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Beam Oceana 400 Maritime Fixed Phone
Oceana 400 is a complete slimline terminal purposely designed for use in maritime applications where the simplest access to reliable voice and data communication services are required.

Featuring an intelligent RJ11/POTS interface, it enables connection of up to 5 standard corded/cordless phones or integration to a PABX system. It can support, cable runs of up to 600m (2000ft) and incorporates in-built intelligence to support standard ring, busy and dial tones.

Other key features of the Oceana 400 include, a high quality IP53 rated enclosure (rainproof when wall mounted), wall or desk mountable and USB data access.

The Oceana 400 is designed to operate with the Inmarsat FleetPhone service and is supplied with a dedicated active marine grade antenna system to provide a complete integrated solution that is ready for use anytime.
More Information
PRODUCT TYPE SATELLITE PHONE
USE TYPE MARINE
BRAND BEAM
PART # OCEANA 400
NETWORK INMARSAT
USAGE AREA GLOBAL (EXCEPT POLAR REGIONS)
SERVICE INMARSAT VOICE

Inmarsat Isatphone Coverage Map


Inmarsat Isatphone Coverage Map

This map is illustrative of IsatPhone coverage. It does not provide a guarantee of the extent of service ability. From November 2013, Alphasat coverage prioritizes the refion north of 44.5 degrees South, and may degrade south of this latitude. Isatphone coverage June 2015.

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