SEAANGEL SA15 AIS FLARE
What is AIS?
AIS stands for Automatic Identification System and is a communication system that operates over registered channels in the maritime mobile VHF band as a self-organizing time slot method (161.975 MHz and 162.025 MHz). It is based on an open, unencrypted protocol over which data is sent and received autonomously, without interaction from ship or operator personnel. In addition to this autonomous mode, options are provided for short, security-related messages to be sent in response to human interaction. The data, which is generated autonomously and transmitted to other ships or to the mainland via broadcast, is dynamic data such as position, speed and course, but also static and voyage-related data such as draft or ship type. The transmission takes place at regular intervals, with the transmission interval depending on the speed and any course change of the respective ship. This data is processed by the receiver and can be visualized on a display, generally an Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS). Current position data is geographically referenced with the respective ship identification of the received AIS stations and displayed on a digital map.
SEAANGEL SA15 AIS FLARE is tested according to SOLAS guidelines and has passed all safety and environmental tests with distinction. It is therefore suitable for the extensive requirements of commercial shipping.
Easy integration into our Rescue Marker Buoy in ABS container using existing bags,
Easiest integration in all life jackets
Certifications - SOLAS guidelines
Manual activation - manual triggering of the emergency signals by pulling the rip cord or using a button
Better localization - easier localization in the dark thanks to the status LED and LED flashlight
Transmission range - up to 10 NM and more (depending on waves, antenna height of the receiver and free line of sight to the receiver antenna)
Integrated GNSS receiver with 72 channels - with support for GPS, QZSS, GLONASS, BeiDou and integrated antenna
Unmistakable device identification - through a uniquely assigned emergency number
Device characteristics - compact and lightweight
Development & production - as well as complementing, manufacturing and sales in and from Austria
Broadcast mode - send a continuous distress signal for 72 hours from activation even after 7 years
Battery life - 7 years (Caution: Battery replacement is only required after emergency activation by the manufacturer)
Activation - Due to the long battery life, the manufacturer allows the device not to be sent to the manufacturer for battery replacement in the event of an unplanned alarm triggering for a maximum of 10 hours in total.
Frequency range - AIS channel 1 and 2 (161.975 MHz / 162.025 MHz)
Transmission power - 1 watt
Operating temperature range - -20°C to 55°C
Small dimensions - 62mm x 42mm x 28mm excl antenna
Waterproof - IP X7
Tested after: EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2011, IEC 62479:2010, IEC 60945 (2002-08), IEC 61097-14:2010, IEC 61108-1:2003