End of Life (EOL) July 2018
Replaced by Cobham Sailor 4065 EPIRB
The Cobham SAILOR SE-II / SGE-II GMDSS-compliant Satellite EPIRBs from Cobham (Thrane), are satellite distress beacons that operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat international satellite search and rescue system.
The SAILOR 406 MHz Satellite EPIRB comes in two models – the standard SE-II or the SGE-II. The SGE-II’s signature features include a built-in GPS and the ability to provide Search and Rescue (SAR) services with location details (latitude and longitude).
When considering the SAILOR 406 MHz Satellite EPIRB for your vessel, you have the choice of two versions – the standard SE-II or the SGE-II. The SGE-II is distinguished by a built-in GPS and the ability to provide Search and Rescue (SAR) services with location details, including latitude and longitude. Both models rely on a cutting edge satellite system able to locate beacons transmitting on the 406MHz frequency to within 5km (3nm). Once SAR units are at the distress scene the beacon’s 121.5MHz homing transmitter and it’s high intensity xenon strobe light aid
final location even in poor visibility. SAILOR 406MHz Satellite EPIRB is fully compatible with the Cospas-Sarsat and Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) regulations and meets
the requirements A810 (19) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
- GMDSS compliant
- Global distress alerting
- Built-in GPS (SGE-II only)
- Satellite location
- Slimline and lightweight
- Fully enclosed float-free housing
- Quick release bulkhead mounting bracket available
- 5-year shelf life
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