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McMurdo Smartfind S5 AIS SART

McMurdo Smartfind S5 AIS SART

Description

The McMurdo Smartfind S5 AIS SART is a manual deployment survivor location device intended to relay survivor information.

Features

  • Minimum 96 hour operational battery life
  • Packed inside a quick release carry off bag for quick evacuation
  • Inbuilt GPS provides high speed position information to assist in quick recovery of survivors
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The Smartfind S5 AIS SART is a manual deployment survivor location device intended for use on life rafts or survival craft, it meets IMO SOLAS requirements and is an alternative to a Radar SART.

Compact, easy to operate and deploy, the Smartfind S5 AIS SART is a portable device packed inside a quick release carry off bag for quick evacuation.

Smartfind S5 AIS SART transmits target survivor information including structured alert messages, GPS position information and serialised identity number. Once activated the Smartfind S5 AIS SART transmits continually for a minimum of 96 hours. An inbuilt GPS provides high speed position information to assist in quick recovery of survivors.

Whether wall mounted in the ships bridge or packed inside a survival craft the highly visible and buoyant carry case affords maximum protection.

Features:

  • Internationally approved
  • Ship or Survival craft options
  • Waterproof to 10m
  • Buoyant/Floats
  • Rugged, compact and lightweight
  • Non-hazardous battery for safe and easy transportation
  • Minimum 96 hour operational battery life
  • 6 year battery life
  • Visual indication of operation
  • Built-in test facility
  • Integral lanyard
  • Mounting options - Internal/External
  • Comes complete in its own carry case
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