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EPIRB SAILOR SEII performed in a fully enclosed housing to meet the requirements of the GMDSS. In the case of the ARB as an additional means of security, not the GMDSS requirements, can be delivered without housing, with mounting on a bulkhead.

SGE-II version comes with an integrated receiver GPS, which allows you to determine the location of the EPIRB in search and rescue operations. Xenon flash allows you to visually determine the location of the buoy at large distances.

Activating the EPIRB automatically when immersed in water, or manually using a hidden button at the rear of the buoy.Self-test button allows you to quickly check that the ARB.

  • Operating frequency: 406.040 MHz, 121.5 MHz.
  • Operating Temperature Range: -20 ° C.. +55 ° C.
  • Continuous working time: not less than 48 hours.
  • Built-in power supply: 82-939 (McMurdo).
  • Global support satellites Cospas-Sarsat
  • Complies with GMDSS, IMO Resolution A810 (19), the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, Russian River Register
  • Has self-test functions
  • Compact, lightweight body


Frequencies: 406.040MHz + /-1kHz and 121.5MHz + / - 3.5kHz
Output: 5W
Weight: 770gr.
Message format: MMSI / C / S / Serialised
Programming: RS232 programmer and software for Windows
Working temperature: -20 ° C to +55 ° C (Class 2)
Storage Temperature: -30 ° C to +70 ° C
Battery: Or 5 years of storage of 48 hours
Waterproofing: dive to a depth of 10m
Frequency: 406,040 MHz ± 1kHz
Output: 5W


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