Thrane & Thrane SAILOR EPIRB

C$999.99
Overview
The SAILOR SE-II and SGE-II Satellite EPIRBs (Emergency Positioning Indicating Radio Beacon) from Thrane & Thrane are satellite distress beacons that have been designed to operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat international satellite search and rescue system.
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Thrane & Thrane SAILOR EPIRB The SAILOR SE-II and SGE-II Satellite EPIRBs (Emergency Positioning Indicating Radio Beacon) from Thrane & Thrane are satellite distress beacons that have been designed to operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat international satellite search and rescue system. The SE-II and the SGE-II is identical except for the GPS built into the the SGE-II, which improves the accuracy of the position transmitted to shore when activated. The EPIRBs are supplied with either a manual release bracket or with an automatic hydrostatic release bracket, which will automatically release the EPIRB in situation where the vessel is sinking. This system locates beacons transmitting on the 406MHz frequency to within 5km (3nm). Once Search And Rescue (SAR) units are at the distress scene the beacon?s 121.5MHz homing transmitter and it?s high intensity xenon strobe light aid final location even in poor visibility. The following options are available: SAILOR SE406-II - Satellite 406MHz EPIRB including manual release bracket SAILOR SE406-II - Satellite 406MHz EPIRB including automatic release bracket SAILOR SGE406-II - Satellite 406MHz EPIRB with GPS including manual release bracket SAILOR SGE406-II - Satellite 406MHz EPIRB with GPS including automatic release bracket SAILOR EPIRB beacons are fully compatible with the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) regulations and meets the requirements A810 (19) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).
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The Hex ID is a 15 hexadecimal character string (valid range: numbers 0 through 9 and letters A through F), referred to as the beacon 15 Hex Identification, or 15 Hex ID. Your beacon’s 15 character Hex ID uniquely identifies your 406 MHz beacon and is encoded in the message your beacon transmits to search and rescue services if your beacon is activated. When your beacon is activated satellites will detect the transmission and relay the distress alert to search and rescue services. The Hex ID contains the country code and other identification features relative to the carrier which are dependent upon the coding protocol used. The Hex ID can identify the carrier using the radio call sign, a serial number, aircraft registration marking, etc.

You should find your beacon’s Hex ID on a label affixed to the beacon or in the beacon documentation provided by your beacon manufacturer.  If you have difficulty locating your beacon Hex ID, contact your beacon manufacturer.

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