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17.02.2016

Regulations on the part of the radio equipment, item 2.2

In accordance with the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, since January 2014, the following rules have been implemented:
  • Marine Equipment
  • Hoisting devices
  • About the cargo brand of sea-going vessels
Regulations on the composition of radio equipment, item 2.2:
2.2. 1 The minimum composition of radio equipment is determined by the sea areas of navigation of the ship: A l; A1 and A2; Al, A2 and A3; Al, A2, A3 and A4. 


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Radio equipment 1

Quantity for ships, sea areas

1

2 A1 A1 and A2 A1, A2 and A3 A1, A2, A3 and A4
3 4 5 6th

1

 VHF radio installation 2 :

 DSC encoder

 receiver for monitoring DSC

 radiotelephone station 3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

 MF radio installation 2,4 :

 DSC encoder

 receiver for monitoring DSC

 radiotelephone station

-  

-

-

-

1

1

1 5

1

1

1

1

1

-

-

-

-

3

 MF / HF radio band 2 :

 DSC encoder

 receiver for monitoring DSC

 radio receiver of telephony and telex

 radio telephony transmitter, DSC and TBD

 letter printing equipment

 termination device for letter printing

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1 6

1 6

1 6 , 1 7

1 6 , 1 7

1 6

1 6

1 6

1

1

1 7

1 7

1

1

1

4

 The ship earth station INMARSAT

-  - 1 4      -

5

 Security Alert System 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8

6th

 NAVTEX receiver 1 9 1 9 1 9 1 9

7th

 Receiver of WGW 1 10.11 1 10.11 1 10.11 1 10.11

8

 Receiver of short-wave direct-printing printing telegraphy for receiving IBM 1 12 1 12 1 12 1 12

9

 Satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system 13 2 14 2 14 2 14 2

10

 VHF ARB 1 15  -     -     -

eleven

 A device for indicating the position of the vessel for search and rescue purposes: a radar transponder of a ship (RLO ship) or a transmitter of an automatic ship identification system (AIS ship transmitter) 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 16

12

 VHF two-way radio-telephone communication with aircraft 17 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18

13

 Command relay 20 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19

14

 A device for indicating the location of a life-saving device for search and rescue purposes: a life-saving radar transponder (life-saving device) or a transmitter of an automatic life-saving system identification (AIS transmitter of a life-saving device)

- 21 - 21 - 21 - 21

15

Two-way VHF radio-telephone equipment - 21 - 21 - 21 - 21

Notes:

1 - Each ship, in addition to the radio equipment required by 2.2.1, shall have a second independent distress alerting facility.

If the ship is flying in the sea area A1, then for this area, as a second independent means of alerting in distress, either a second VHF radio installation with DSC can be used without a special receiver providing continuous monitoring of the DSC on channel 70 or VHF ARB, or a PV radio installation with the DSC (if the ship makes voyages in the maritime area covered by onshore DSC stations with DSC), or a HF radio installation with DSC, or the ship earth station INMARSAT or the satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system.

If the ship makes voyages in the sea areas A1 and A2 or Al, A2 and A3, then for these maritime areas, either an additional ship earth station may be used as the second independent distress alerting facility
INMARSAT or COSPAS-SARSAT satellite ARB system, or a DSC radio installation with DSC (if not installed as the primary, required 2.2.1 for the sea area of ​​Al, A2 and A3).

If the vessel makes voyages in the sea areas of Al, A2, A 3 and A4, then for these sea areas, a satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system can be used as the second independent means of distress alerting.
 
If the operation of the equipment installed in accordance with 2.2.1 is ensured by its duplication, the second independent means of distress alerting may not be provided (see 2.6.3), provided that there is a second
independent facility in duplicate equipment.
 
2 - Combined radio installation or in the form of separate devices is  allowed.
 
3 - Continuous auditory observation on Channel 16 is not limited to the date of its termination.
 
4Not required if there is an MF / HF radio installation.
 
5If the radiotelephone station does not provide for the transmission and reception of general radio messages at operating frequencies in the range 1605 - 400 0 kHz, then for these purposes a separate radio installation or MF / HF radio system  providing transmission and reception of general radio communications using radiotelephony or direct-printing telegraphy, or the ship earth station INMARSAT.
 
6Not required if there is an INMARSAT ship earth station.
 
7If the MF / HF radio installation does not provide for the transmission and reception of general radio communications at operating frequencies in the range 1605 - 4000 kHz and 4000 - 27500 kHz, then a separate radio installation must be provided for this purpose, providing transmission and reception of general radio communications using radiotelephony or direct-printing telegraphy.
 
8Required for the following vessels engaged in international voyages: all passenger ships, including high-speed vessels, and for cargo ships, including high-speed vessels, with a gross tonnage of 500 or more.
 
9 - The  installation of the receiver is mandatory if the ship makes voyages in any area where the international NAVTEX service is provided.
 
10Allowed as part of the ship earth station INMARSAT.
 
11 - The  installation of the receiver is mandatory if the ship makes voyages in any area covered by geostationary satellites in INMARSAT where the international NAVTEX service is not provided. On ships flying exclusively in areas where NAVTEX international service is provided, installation of a receiver is not necessary. 

12 - It is  permissible to install this receiver in place of the WGC receiver on ships that fly exclusively in the area where the safety information is transmitted to the sea using KB direct printing telegraphy.

13One of them should be free-floating.

14One EPIRB may be installed if, from the place from which the vessel is normally operated, distress alerting is provided by at least two separate and independent means using different modes of communication that correspond to the navigation area of ​​the vessel.

15On ships that fly exclusively in sea areas A1, in agreement with the Register, installation of VHF ARB instead of COSPAS-SARSAT ARB is allowed.

16A radar transponder of a ship (PLO ship) operating in the 9 GHz band or an AIS ship transmitter operating at international frequencies assigned to an AIS can be used as a pointing device for search and rescue purposes. The ship location indicating device for search and rescue purposes may be one of the devices for indicating the location of the life-saving device for search and rescue purposes (by the radar responder of the life-saving device or the AIS rescue device) required by Part II "Rescue Means".

17Required for passenger ships.
18 - It is  recommended to install two sets, one of which must be worn.
19Cargo ships are exempted from the installation of the command relay unit.
20 - It is  recommended to install a command relay device on cargo ships.
21 - The  conditions for supplying ships with radio equipment of the day of life-saving appliances (with a device for indicating the location of the rescue equipment for search and rescue purposes and VHF equipment for bilateral radiotelephone communications) are set out in Part II "Rescue means".

22On vessels built before July 1, 2014, the equipment must be provided no later than the first survey after July 1, 2018. VHF two-way radiotelephone equipment (see point 15 of the table) can not be considered as a portable two-way radiotelephone communication equipment emergency firefighting parties. For each emergency fire consignment, at least two sets of equipment should be provided.

On each ship, with the exception of the vessels specified in 2.2.4 and 2.2.5, depending on the sea areas of navigation, radio equipment should be installed in accordance with the requirements of Table. 2.2.1. 
  • 2.2. 2 In addition to the requirements of Table. 2.2. 1 it is recommended to equip ships with a television security surveillance system, as well as equipment for receiving facsimile messages.     
  • 2.2.3 On each vessel of a mixed (river-sea) voyage operating on inland waterways, in addition to the requirements of Table 1, 2.2.1, the following shall be established: 
    • .1 main VHF radiotelephone station (300.02 5 - 300.50 0 MHz);
    • .2 operational VHF radiotelephone station (300.02 5 - 300.500, 336.02 5 - 336.50 0 MHz);
    • .3 portable VHF radiotelephone station (300.02 5 - 300.22 5 MHz) - 2 sets;
    • .4 command relay device. The definition of the type of VHF radiotelephone station should be carried out by the shipowner, depending on the communication system of the area of ​​operation of the vessel.
  • 2.2. 4 On each fishing vessel, a cargo vessel of less than 300 gross tonnage, a non-self-propelled vessel intended for towing and pushing at sea or for long-term anchoring outside the port and raid waters and carrying persons on board as well as on ships not committing to international voyages, when navigating in the sea area A1, the following radio equipment listed in Table 1 should be installed. 2.2.1: 
    • .1 VHF radio installation; 
    • .2 the free-floating satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system; 
    • .3 a device for indicating the position of the vessel and the life-saving device for search and rescue purposes (radar transponder or automatic identification system transmitter); 
    • .4 VHF equipment for two-way radiotelephone communication (2 sets). 
    In addition to the above, the following radio equipment should be installed: 
- for ships intended for navigation in sea areas A1 and A2: 
    • PV-radio installation;
    • NAVTEX receiver or RGV receiver, when operating in areas where NAVTEX international service is not provided; 
- for ships intended for navigation in the sea areas of Al, A2 and A3, and also in the sea areas of Al, A2, A 3 and A4: 
    • PV-radio installation;
    • The ship earth station INMARSAT and the receiver of the WGE, or MF / HF radio installation and receiver for receiving information on safety at sea; 
    • The receiver of the NAVTEX service, except vessels continuously operating outside the coverage area of ​​this service.

  • 2.2. 5 On each vessel intended for navigation within the internal roadstead of the port water area (regardless of the sea area), the following radio equipment listed in Table 1 should be installed. 2.2.1: 
    • .1 VHF radio installation; 
    • .2 a device for indicating the position of the vessel and the life-saving device for search and rescue purposes (radar transponder or automatic identification system transmitter); 
    • .3 VHF two-way radiotelephone (1 set). 
On each vessel intended for navigation within the outer raid of the port water area, in addition to the listed radio equipment, a free-floating satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system should be installed. Instead of the satellite ARB of the COSPAS-SARSAT system, VHF ARB can be installed if the external raid of the port water area is the sea area A1. 

  • 2.2.6 The power of transmitters on the carrier frequency should not exceed 50 0 W in the antenna at the oil tankers (regardless of the flash point of oil products), oil gathering vessels (regardless of the flash point of petroleum products), gas carriers and chemical carriers. In this case, the peak power of the transmitter should not exceed 100 0 W. 

  • Wearable radio equipment (VHF two-way radiotelephone communication with a replaceable battery, VHF radiotelephone station, VHF radiotelephone station for service radio communication), used on the following types of vessels, must be intrinsically safe:
    • .1 oil tankers intended for the carriage of petroleum products with a flashpoint of 6 C or lower or for the carriage of petroleum products with a flash point of more than 6 C for which heating to a temperature of less than 15 C below the flash point is required; 
    • .2 oil gathering facilities intended for collection and transportation of crude oil and / or petroleum products spilled into the sea; 
    • .3 gas carriers;
    • .4 chemical carriers intended for the carriage of goods with a flashpoint of 6 0 C and below. 
VHF two-way radiotelephone equipment that does not use replaceable batteries is allowed to be installed in the above vessels not in intrinsically safe performance only if it is used exclusively as a radio equipment for life-saving appliances. At the same time, it must be ensured that such equipment is stored that excludes its use on board the vessel, and a route to the rescue means coordinated with the Register, which does not pass through the explosive zones, is developed and posted in a conspicuous place at the storage site. 
  • 2.2.7 Radio equipment not provided for in this section may be admitted to the vessel as an additional one provided that it meets the requirements of 5. 1 and its operation will not affect the operation of the main radio equipment and reduce the safety of navigation. The installation of additional equipment is in each case subject to special consideration by the Register. 
  • 2.2.8 On every vessel in the sea, continuous monitoring shall be conducted:
    • .1 on the 70th channel of VHF DSC if the vessel is equipped with a VHF radio installation in accordance with the requirements of the Regulations for all maritime areas;
    • .2 on the distress and safety frequency of the DSC 2187.5 kHz if the ship is equipped with an RV-radio installation in accordance with the requirements of the Regulations for the sea areas A1 and A2 or Al, A2 and A3; 
    • .3 on distress and safety frequencies of DSC 2187, 5 and 8414, 5 kHz, and, depending on the time of day and geographical position of the vessel, on one of the distress and safety frequencies of the DSC: 4207.5; 6312; 1257 7 or 16804, 5 kHz, if the vessel is equipped with an MF / HF radio installation in accordance with the requirements of the Regulations for Al, A2 and A 3 or A 1, A 2, A 3 and A4 sea areas. This observation can be carried out using a scanning receiver; 
    • .4 for distress alerts in the shore-to-ship direction if the ship is equipped with an INMARSAT ship earth station in accordance with the requirements of the Al, A2, A 3 and A4 marine areas. 

  • 2.2. 9 On any vessel in the sea, surveillance of maritime safety transmissions should be conducted at the appropriate frequency or frequencies at which such information is transmitted to the sea area in which the ship is located. 
  • 2.2.10 On every ship in the sea, continuous monitoring of the 16th VHF channel, when practicable, should be conducted. This observation should be carried out from the place from which the ship's control is usually carried out. 
  • 2.2.11 Any vessel which, after construction, is to make a single voyage to the place of retrofitting, may be exempted from the installation of standard-level radio equipment if it is possible to transmit a distress alert in the "ship-to-shore" direction by at least two separate and independent means , each of which uses different types of radio communication. 

In this case, the composition of radio equipment is in each case subject to special consideration by the Register.


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