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ARB-MKS 'Afalina'

ARB-MKS 'Afalina'
Float-Free Satellite COSPAS-SARSAT EPIRB-MKS 'Bottlenose Dolphin' is designed to determine accurately the location of objects in distress at sea, and the transfer of emergency information.

 

ARB-MKS 'Bottlenose Dolphin' fully complies with SOLAS and IMO. Has setrifikat Russian Maritime Register for use on ships as emergency radio.
  • Equipped with a manual and automatic separation and inclusion.
  • Supports all formats of messages COSPAS-SARSAT.
  • Has an available shift identifier using any PC.
  • ARB-ISS-01 differs from the ARB-ISS lack of radar transponder.
  • The manual and automatic separation of ARB-ARB-ISS and ISS-01 as opposed to analog, does not require replacement during the life of the
Specifications:
  • Operating frequency 406.025 MHz; 121.5; 9200 ... 9500
  • Message formats: Serial code MMSI
  • Modulation: Phase 1.1 radians
  • Depth self lifting: 2 ... 4m
  • Transmitter power, not less than:
  • - Satellite channel 3.2 ... 7.8 W
  • - Homing 0.05 W
  • - Radar transponder 0.4 W
  • running time
  • - Transmitter 121.5 / 406.025 48 hours
  • - Radar transponder:
  • - Standby 96 hours
  • - Transfer mode 8:00
  • Operating temperature range, ° C -40 ... + 55
  • Power Source (LSH20, ER20S) 9 items
  • Dimensions beacon mm ?284h485
  • Weight, kg, not more than 9
Certificate:
  • RMRS
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