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AIS SI30
AIS SI-30
Universal Automatic Identification System (AIS) SI-30

Class-A Universal AIS is designed to for displaying navigational data based on Dynamic / Static data. Completely compatible with all system using NMEA standard. Edition of user message on navigation & ship securities is available. GLONASS/GPS function available receiving Signal from Russian Satellite. Interfaces with RADAR, ECDIS, GYRO COMPASS, and external GPS, etc. Easy identification on other ship’s status by providing electronic chart data. System self-restoring function enhances stability. Adopted user-friendly one touch keypad.


Key features
Universal Automatic Identification System (AIS) SI-30 has following features;
  • Class-A Universal AIS Complying with IMO MSC. 74(69) Annex3, IEC 61993-2, ITU-R M.1371-1, ITU-R M.493-9, ITU-R M.825(DSC), IEC-60945, IEC-61162-1.
  • Displaying navigational data based on Dynamic / Static data.
  • Completely compatible with all system using NMEA standard.
  • Edition of user message on navigation & ship securities is available.
  • GLONASS/GPS function available receiving Signal from Russian Satellite.
  • Interfaces with RADAR, ECDIS, GYRO COMPASS, and external GPS, etc.
  • Easy identification on other ship’s status by providing electronic chart data.
  • System self-restoring function enhances stability.
  • Adopted user-friendly one touch keypad.
  • AIS built-in Color Charts.
  • Built-in Worldwide Port Map.
  • GPS Plotter (Navis 2500/3000/3700) Interfacing with AIS Data.
  • Interface with other bridge equipment.
  • Easy identification on other ship’s status.
  • System self-restoring function.
AIS Transponder Unit
  • Components : Transceiver,Two channel for Receiver, One channel for DSC Receiver
  • TDMA Transmitter
    - TX Frequency - 156.025 MHz - 162.025 MHz, manual/automatic setting
    - Transmitter Power - Min.2 W, Max.12.5 W manual/automatic selection
  • TDMA Receiver
    - RX Frequency - 156.025 MHz - 162.025 MHz by 2 channels
    - RX CH1 - Default CH87B (161.975 MHz), manual/automatic setting
    - RX CH2 - Default CH88B (162.025 MHz), manual/automatic setting
    - Channel Spacing - 12.5 kHz and 25 kHz
  • DSC Receiver - RX Frequency - CH70 (156.525 MHz)
  • Modulation Method : GMSK(Gaussian low-pass filted Minimum Shift Keying)
  • GFSK(Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
  • Bit rates : 9,600 bps(GMSK, GFSK) / 1,200 bps(DSC)
  • External Interfaces : NMEA-0183/RS-422
  • Power Supply : 18~32VDC, 2.5~4A, 115/230VAC (Rectifier)
MKD(Minimum Keyboard and Display)Unit
  • LCD Display : 5.6”TFT Color LCD with LED backlight
  • Display Capability : Own ship’s data and target ship’s data, Chart data
  • Electrical Interface to Transponder : RS-422
  • Key board interface
  • Buzzer on Keypad
  • MKD own Power : 12W
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  • Easy identification on target ship’s distance and bearing from own ship
  • Easy identification on target ship’s movement from own ship.
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  • Enhanced safe voyage by indicating target ship on the electronic chart.
  • Alpha blending typed-menu-displayed function provides user convenience.
  • Target indication can be adjusted to OFF, Zoom in/out according to user option.
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  • Target ship’s movement can be identified on then electronic chart.
  • Automatic ON.OFF function reducing unnecessary key operation.
  • Easy identification on other ship’s status by providing electronic chart data.
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  • Wide screen by hiding operation data.
  • Target ship’s movement can be identified at one sight by floating whole electronic chart.
Scope of Supply
  • Display Unit (SI-30-E) Color LCD 5.6"
  • Transponder Unit (SI-30-E)
  • GPS Antenna (SAN-60)
  • VHF Antenna (SAN-150)
  • Power Supply (SP-5AD) 18~32VDC, 110/220 AC
  • User/Installation Manual
Option
  • DGPS Receiver
  • GLONASS Module and Antenna(K-161)
  • GYRO Convert(SAD-30DC)
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AIS SI 30
Download the Brochure of the product for more information about the specification and configuration.

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