New Class A and B AIS transponders
Ocean Signal will introduce its ATA100 Class A and ATB1 Class B AIS transponders at Seawork 2018.
The transponders are fully compliant solutions to increase visibility, aid collision-avoidance and enhance navigational safety and suitable for a range of commercial workboats, support vessels and fishing boats.
The ATA100 is a combined SOLAS and Inland approved single-unit device capable of exchanging dynamic and static ship data with other AIS systems and developed to meet the latest IMO carriage requirements and IEC standards.
The AIS has integrated Wi-Fi and USB interfaces and a simple-to-use AIS message-sending functionality ensures safety related messages can be quickly delivered or received by the user. An instant message and alarm function provides notification of any potential problems or hazards.
The ATA100 is supplied with pilot plug and is suitable for either flush panel or free-standing mounting for installation into almost any position or location.
The Ocean Signal ATB1 transponder incorporates Self Organised Time Division Multiple Access (SOTDMA) technology that ensures increased priority for position reports with no loss or delay of transmission.
5W output power
The unit’s 5W output power allows the transmissions to reach further.
With 99 acquisition channels and 33 tracking channels, the internal multi-GPS receiver continuously updates vessel information, including position, speed, course and heading, for accurate global positioning.
Both units are compatible with Ocean Signal’s rescueME MOB1 man overboard AIS/DSC device.
The ATA100 is programmable to accommodate up to 30 MOB units.
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