The Cobham SAILOR 6130 Mini-C LRIT System was designed by a strong maritime engineering team, providing mariners with a compact terminal design, enabling IMO-compliant Long Range Identification & Tracking.
The 6160 LRIT is approved by Inmarsat and major flag ASP state administrators, and offers simple, yet thorough operations and reliable communications for enhanced safety at sea via Inmarsat’s satellite network. Notable features include new stand-alone sealed, self-contained terminal, 50 channel GPS module, high gain omni-directional antenna, and unique cabling configuration, combined to ensure accurate, reliable satellite fix and position, lower lifetime costs, no condensation issues, and ease of installation.
Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) was adopted by the IMO in May 2006 as resolution MSC.202(81) and subsequently included in SOLAS chapter V. Vessels subject to LRIT are all passenger ships including high-speed craft, cargo ships, including high speed craft of 300 gross tonnage and above, and mobile offshore drilling units.
Although some existing mini-C systems are LRIT compliant, some may be or may not be reliable. By installing a standalone LRIT terminal, you can be confident that it will perform to the required standards. With simple installation, the SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT offers a cost-effective reliable way to achieve LRIT compliance.
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