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SEP-500
EPIRB SEP-500
Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) SEP-500

The SEP-500 EPIRB complies with CCIR, RTCM, COSPAS-SARSAT and GMDSS performance standards of IMO with transmitting frequencies of 406MHz/121.5MHz. The SEP-500 receives GPS information and it transmits more accurate distress position than the EPIRB without GPS. This makes RCC (Rescue Coordination Center) perform prompt search & rescue operation.


  • Fully IMO / GMDSS Compliant.
  • Global alert via COSPAS-SARSAT satellites.
  • Exact location faster than standard.
  • Next generation in marin safty electronics.
  • Internal GPS allows position updates.
Generals
  • Material housing : ABS Plastic
  • Strobe light : 21times per minute (min. 0.75 candela min)
  • Temperature : Operating -20°C ~ +55°C
  • Temperature Storage : -30°C to +70°C
  • Battery : Lithium - 4 years service life
  • Antenna : Omnidirectional whip antenna
  • Operating life : More than 48 hours at -20°C/80 hours at +20°C
  • Weight : 1.5kg
GPS Receiver
  • Center Frequency : 1575.42MHz ±1.023MHz
  • Antenna : Ceramic dielectric patch
  • Characteristics : 16 channel ANTARIS 4 positioning engine
406MHz Satellite Transmitter
  • Frequency : 406.037MHz ±2ppm
  • Output power : 5W±2dB
  • Radio type : G1B
  • Modulation : Phase modulation 1.1 ± 0.1 rad
  • Data encoding : Bi phase L
  • Bitrate : 400b/s
121.5MHz Homing Transmitter
  • Frequency : 121.5MHz ±10ppm
  • Output power : ≥75mW
  • Modulation : AM, Sweep Tone from max 1600㎐ to min 300㎐
  • Radio type : A3X
EPIRB SEP-500
EPIRB SEP-500
Download the Brochure of the product for more information about the specification and configuration.

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