Ocean Signal Rescue ME EPIRB1-7025-01540 - The worlds most compact Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon

Product Code: Ocean-Signal-702S-01540-ME-EPIRB1

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As the world's most smaller Crisis Position Showing Radio Guide, the EPIRB1 Ace coordinates its minimal height with a solid plan, making it a viable choice to address the issues of all business, fishing, and relaxation vessels. The item has been intended for most extreme productivity and flaunts a 10-year battery duration notwithstanding eminent working life while enacted, saving salvage administrations refreshed with your area for longer.

This EPIRB is fitted with a 121.5MHz homing reference point involved by salvage administrations for the nearby in areas of vessels in trouble. Furthermore, the EPIRB is fitted with a high brilliance Drove strobe light for extra effect, particularly around evening time. For crisis circumstances where a client isn't truly ready to arrive at the EPIRB in time, The EPIRB1 Master likewise comes total with a Classification I Programmed Delivery Lodging (regularly alluded to as 'drift free'). This guarantees that the EPIRB is naturally conveyed from the section by the inward Hydrostatic Delivery Unit, and afterward likewise consequently actuates and floats to the surface to send your misery message to the satellite organization.

The Programmed Delivery Lodging (ARH) likewise incorporates a helpful connector giving numerous retrofit choices. Utilize the connector to effectively mount the ARH utilizing the very mounting openings that were recently utilized for more seasoned and bigger EPIRBS, for example, the Sea Signal E100/E100G, Jotron Tron 60s, and McMurdo E5/G5.

An EPIRB is essential boating safety gear to alert rescuers of your emergency situation while you are out on the water.

  1. The Ocean Signal rescue ME EPIRB1 operate on the 406 MHz frequency. Each 406 MHz beacon can send a unique digital code that identifies the type of beacon and that allows registration data to be associated with the beacon. The registration data provides information like who owns the EPIRB, information about their boat, who are the beacon owners emergency points of contact; and much more.
  2. After the satellite receives a beacon emergency distress signal, it relays the signal to earth stations referred to as local user terminals (LUT) which computes the location of the distress beacon, and forwards the distress alert automatically to the respective Mission Control Center (MCC).
  3. The Mission Control Center reviews all the alerts and registration data and works with the appropriate Search and Rescue authority such as a national Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) or a foreign SAR Point of Contact (SPOC).
  4. The RCC investigates the beacon alert and launches assets to find the parties in distress when necessary.
  5. The beacons GPS data is continuing to update Search and Rescue of your exact location, and the EPIRBs 121.5 MHz homing signal provides Search and Rescue with a direct path to you.
Ocean Signal Rescue ME EPIRB1-7025-01540 - The worlds most compact Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon