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SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter

SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter
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Explosion station SAILOR 3965 has been specifically designed for the SOLAS Chapter II-2 to maximize fire safety at sea. No other station is not able to do more to help keep your crew and vessels safely regardless of the conditions. Explosion station SAILOR 3965 is a complete list of features that ensure maximum reliability and operational efficiency.
Explosion station SAILOR 3965 has a simple display for the channel and read information about the battery, compatible with a wide range of accessories. Given the potential for 

low or zero visibility because of the smoke in the fire, it also has a large tactile buttons and provides audio confirmation directly on the headset operator.

Explosion station SAILOR 3965 is the only marine radio communication system to accommodate the replacement of emergency batteries.
  • Frequency range: 440 - 470 MHz
  • Channel separation: 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz
  • Pre-programmed channels: 16
  • Additional programmable channels: 85
  • Degree of protection - IP67
  • Operating temperature: -20 ° C to + 55 ° C
  • Weight with battery - 350g
SOLAS requirement for shipborne fire-fighting equipment:
Chapter II-2 of SOLAS requires each SOLAS regulated vessels built after 1 July 2014 the installation of fire safety equipment before July 1, 2018. The Court, does not satisfy this may be detained, which entails significant costs and delays in the delivery schedule.
  • Each party on board the vessel should be allocated at least two portable radios
  • All fire station should meet regulatory standards SOLAS.V Otherwise, it may lead to the ports, delaying each contradicting the ship
  • Fires can occur at any time, so you need to properly install the equipment on board now

SAILOR 3965 

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