Cobham SAILOR SART II Transceiver 9 GHz

Cobham SAILOR

  • S$659.00

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Product Description

SAILOR SART II is a 9 GHz X-band Radar transceiver designed for assisting rescue operations in accordance with IMO, GMDSS requirements.

When a radar signal is received from a vessel or aircraft, SAILOR SART II automatically transmits a response signal, which clearly identifies the survival craft on the radar screen by means of a stream of 12 in-line dots. Help rescue assets find you even in the worst of conditions. Once activated, SAILOR SART II will remain in standby mode for over 96 hours, ready to point your rescuers in exactly the right direction.

SAILOR SART II is waterproof to 10m and features an integral lanyard as well as audio and visual identification of operation. It also offers ship or survival craft options with internal or external mounting and is maintenance free with a built-in test facility and a replaceable, 5 year battery pack.

Thousands of vessels sail everyday with SAILOR SART, EPIRB and communications equipment on board so when it comes to GMDSS compliance, you can trust SAILOR. SAILOR is a leading name in GMDSS equipment meaning you can be sure that SAILOR EPIRBs are built to operate faultlessly in the harsh professional maritime environment.

Key product features:

  • Ship or survival craft options
  • Waterproof to 10 m
  • Maintenance free
  • Replaceable, 5 year battery pack
  • Audio/visual indication of operation
  • Built-in test facility
  • Integral lanyard
  • Mounting options – internal/external

General Specifications

Receiver Response 9.2-9.5GHz, sensitivity better than –50dBm
Standby Time Up to 30 hours
Transmitter Response • 12 forward and return sweeps through the range 9.2-9.5GHz
• Nominal sweep times 7.5?s forward and 0.4?s return
• Minimum recovery time following excitation, less than 10?s
• Response reply to receiver signal less than 0.5?s
Radiated Power (ERP) Not less than 400mW (+26dBm)
Duration of Operation 96 hours in standby condition followed by a minimum 8 hours of transmission while being continually interrogated with a pulse repetition frequency of 1kHz
Temperature Range • -20°C to +55°C operational
• -30°C to +65°C storage
Antenna Characteristics • Vertical beamwidth at least +/- 12.5 degree relative to the horizontal plane of the radar transponder
• Azimuthal beamwidth omni-directional to +/- 2dB


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