The SAILOR 4065 ERIRB is used to alert search and rescue services in the event of an emergency. It does this by transmitting a coded 406 MHz distress frequency message via satellite and earth stations to the nearest coordination centers.

The GNSS version is equipped with a built-in GPS receiver that allows the location of the EPIRB during search and rescue operations. Xenon flash allows visual identification of the buoy's location at long distances.

  • Operating frequencies: 406.028 MHz, 121.5 MHz.
  • Operating temperature range: -20 ° С .. + 55 ° С.
  • Continuous working time: not less than 48 hours.
  • Cospas-Sarsat Global Satellite Support
  • Complies with GMDSS requirements, IMO Resolution A810 (19)
  • Self-test functions
  • Compact lightweight body


Frequencies: 406.025MHz +/-1kHz и 121.5MHz +/- 3.5kHz
Output Power: 5W
Weight: 710g
Dimensions: 425 x 105 x 105 mm
Message format: MMSI / C/S / Serialised
Operating temperature: -20°C to +55°C (Class 2)
Battery: 5 years of storage or 48 hours of operation
Waterproof: immersion to a depth of 10m
Frequency: 406,025 MHz ± 1kHz
Output Power: 5W


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