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                 Maritime mobile INMARSAT-C installation ( LRIT, SSAS )

  • The international organization of Inmarsat for already many years offers services of global satellite communication. In total a few years ago by means of group of high-orbital companions Inmarsat served mainly the sea market.
  • Inmarsat was set up in 1979 by the International Maritime  Organization (IMO) to enable ships to stay in constant touch with shore  or to call for help in an emergency, no matter how far out to sea.
  • Today our customers are found in many different sectors – but they  are typically businesses and organisations that need to communicate  where terrestrial telecom networks are unreliable or simply cannot  reach.
  • The Inmarsat-C system provides telex communication and low-speed data transmission (600 bits/sec.) on the basis of a method of storage and the subsequent transmission via the omnidirectional antenna. The Inmarsat-C also ensures functioning of e-mail via the specific earth-based station, using the X.25 and X.400 protocols. The terminal can incorporate or be connected to GPS receivers.

               long-range identification and tracking (LRIT)

  • The long-range identification and tracking (LRIT) of ships was established as an international system on 19 May 2006 by the International Maritime Organization
   (IMO) as resolution MSC.202(81). This resolution amends chapter V of  the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS),
    regulation 19-1 and binds all governments which have contracted to the  IMO.
  • The LRIT regulation will apply to the following ship types engaged on international voyages:
     All passenger ships including high-speed craft,
     Cargo ships, including high-speed craft of 300 gross tonnage and above, and
     Mobile offshore drilling units.

  • These ships must report their position to their flag administration  at least four times a day. Most vessels set their existing satellite  communications systems to automatically make these reports. Other  contracting governments may request information about vessels in which  they have a legitimate interest under the regulation.
  • The LRIT system consists of the already installed (generally)  shipborne satellite communications equipment, communications service  providers (CSPs), application service providers (ASPs), LRIT data  centres, the LRIT data distribution plan and the International LRIT data  exchange. Certain aspects of the performance of the LRIT system are  reviewed or audited by the LRIT coordinator acting on behalf of the IMO  and its contracting governments.
  • Some confuse the functions of LRIT with that of AIS (Automatic Identification System),  a collision avoidance system also mandated by the IMO, which operates  in the VHF radio band, with a range only slightly greater than  line-of-sight. (See AIS) While AIS was originally designed for  short-range operation as a collision avoidance and navigational aid, it  has now been shown to be possible to receive AIS signals by satellite in  many, but not all, parts of the world. This is becoming known as S-AIS  and is completely different from LRIT. The only similarity is that AIS  is also collected from space for determining location of vessels, but  requires no action from the vessels themselves except they must have  their AIS system turned on. LRIT requires the active, willing  participation of the vessel involved, which is, in and of itself, a very  useful indication as to whether the vessel in question is a lawful  actor. Thus the information collected from the two systems, S-AIS and  LRIT, are mutually complementary, and S-AIS clearly does not make LRIT  superfluous in any manner. Indeed, because of co-channel interference  near densely populated or congested sea areas satellites are having a  difficult time in detecting AIS from space in those areas. Fixes are  under development by several organizations, but how effective they will  be remains to be seen.

                Ship Security Alert System (SSAS)

  • The Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) is one safety measure for  strengthening ship security and subduing acts of piracy and/or terrorism  against shipping.
    Widely Acknowledged as a part of the International  Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS code), the  Ship Security Alert System (SSAS)
    complements the International Maritime  Organization (IMO)’s attempts to increase maritime vessel security.
  • According to the information of International Maritime Organization  (IMO) the number of seamen injured and deceased due to pirates’
    attacks  have increased in recent years. In order to provide security of the crew  and passengers of ships in December 2002 IMO has introduced
    amendments  to the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea SOLAS-74 as  related to Ship Security Alert Systems (instruction SOLAS XI-2/6).


   

INMARSAT-C COBHAM/SAILOR 6110 GMDSS



      
           

          Description :     

  • The SAILOR 6110 mini-C is a true next generation GMDSS solution.  Building on the strong foundation of previous SAILOR GMDSS products, it  introduces innovative new features and functionality, including touch  screen operation through the cutting-edge SAILOR 6006 Message Terminal  and an all new approach to installation and net-working.

  • The SAILOR 6110 mini-C is more than just a way to meet mandatory GMDSS  requirements, because as part of the innovative SAILOR 6000 Series, it  is an integral part of a vessel’s communication system.

  • The mini-C system features true triple functionality as it safely handles all GMDSS, SSAS and LRIT operation on board.

  • Copmact size ;
  • Easy to installation and operate ;
  • According GMDSS requirements ;
  • Coordinates in GPS & Galileo ;
  • Protocol ThraneLINK ;
  • Message exchange, worldwide communication ;
  • 50 channels internal navigational receiver ;
  • Frequency RX/TX : 1626,5 mHz-1646,5 mHz/1525 mHz-1545 mHz ;
  • Operating temperature : -15+55 for the units are installed inside the vessel ;
  • Working temperature : -25+55  for the units are installed on open deck ;
  • Input power : 9 -32 VDC (15 VDC - nominal) .
  • Taking over from  our de facto industry standard mini-C, the SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS  provides GMDSS, SSAS and LRIT, and is a genuine next generation safety  solution offering enhancements across the board.
  • The SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS uses CAN-BUS (NMEA 2000) and RJ45 cabling,  and it comes with all required cables (30m) out of the box.
  • It is ready to go straight away and expanding it is easier and less  costly than with traditional cabling. This flexibility also reduces  installation and maintenance costs.

     
   

INMARSAT MINI-C COBHAM/SAILOR 6120

   



              Description :     



  • Like its predecessor, the SAILOR 6120 mini-C SSAS is based around a self-contained and sealed Inmarsat mini-C terminal, housing both antenna and transceiver. This design approach has proven to be rugged and reliable regardless of vessel type and with the terminal's 50 channel GPS module and omni-directional antenna, satellite fix and position are ensured even under the most adverse conditions. The multiple address functionality enables additional message to be sent directly to, e.g. the vessel owner, operator or crew family, in addition to the required flag state and ship owner message in relation to the ISPS code.

               Standard complete set :

  • User & installation manual
  • Mini/micro NMEA2K Tee
  • 6m NMEA2k power cable
  • 30M NMEA2K mini device cable
  • SAILOR 3027 SSA terminal
  • SAILOR 6194 terminal control unit
  • SSAS button kit
  • The Cobham SATCOM SAILOR 6120 mini-C SSAS builds on the successful legacy of the SAILOR TT-3000SSA System, which since its introduction in 2004 has proven its worth in real world incidents, time and time again.
  • SAILOR 6120 mini-C SSAS is approved by Inmarsat and all major classification societies and national flag state administrators where required. In addition to its primary function as SSAS alert carrier the SAILOR 6120 mini-C SSAS can also function as a LRIT.
 
       

   

INMARSAT LRIT SYSTEM COBHAM/SAILOR 6130

 


   

                  Description :       

  • SAILOR 6130 is accurate, reliable satellite fix and position, lower lifetime costs, no condensation
     issues and improved installation and maintenance thanks to unique cabling and upgraded design/technology.
  • Operation is via the new SAILOR 6006 Message Terminal, which stands out as the world's first touch screen, Wheelmarked GMDSS terminal.
  • The multimedia style interface is user-friendly, which in turn ensures the safe operation of the vessel's IMO safety and tracking systems.
  • SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT features ThraneLINK, a unique new system that enables efficient communication within the network.
    Engineers can access a vessel's network from a single point for lower maintenance and lifetime costs. The system also identifies new products in a network, making installation easier.

       
  • Build-in GPS (50 channels) ;
  • Must be used as LRIT / SSAS installation ;
  • The omnidirectional antenna with high coefficient of strengthening ;
  • The ThraneLINK system allowing to exercise control from a uniform point and automatically to add new devices to network ;
  • Tight, strong case ;
  • The control unit has LED indication ;
  • Display with interface ;
  • TX - Bitrate 600 бит/с ;
  • Stable satellite connection in any conditions .
  • SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT System is approved by Inmarsat and major flag ASP state administrators and is fully compliant with the performance requirements described in IMO Resolution MSC.263(84).
  • So you can be sure that you are meeting requirements the new Terminal Control Unit enables operators to easily determine system status such as power, Inmarsat log-in and GPS fix.
  • New sealed, self-contained terminal design, 50 channel GPS module, high gain omni-directional antenna and the included NMEA 2000 and RJ45 cabling set SAILOR 6130 LRIT apart.
   
      
   

INMARSAT-C FURUNO FELCOM - 18

  


   



             Description :       



  • The FELCOM18 consists of an antenna and display unit with keyboard. The display unit embodies a 10.4" color LCD and processor unit. The distress alert button is incorporated in the display for emergency. Data files and utility program on SD Memory Cards are easily loaded into the processor through the front loading card slot in the display unit. The compact design of display unit and omni-directional antenna unit offer space-saving installation. An optional GPS module is available for position reporting without operator's intervention. GMDSS compliance can be achieved by adding a printer and a AC/DC power supply unit.


                     Standard Features :

  • Inmarsat-C Mobile Earth Station terminal for GMDSS application ;
  • Full GMDSS compliance with optional printer and AC/DC power supply ;
  • SSAS capability with SSAS Alert Unit ;
  • Compatibility with LRIT application ;
  • A wide variety of communication schemes available: telex,FAX, emailing, EGC, data reporting/polling, etc. ;
  • SD card for recording media ;
  • FELCOM18 does not output GPS data - an optional internal GPS engine is available  .

                                               @furunousa.com
  • Proven solutions for Inmarsat-C/Inmarsat MINI-C services fully incorporated SSAS and LRIT capabilities
  • The FELCOM18 is FURUNO's new Inmarsat-C Mobile Earth Station. It provides a high quality two-way telex and data link between ships and other parties at sea or on land. All functions and services of the Inmarsat-C system are provided: EGC (Safety NET/FleetNET), distress message handling, two-way digital store-and-forward messaging including polling, data reporting, E-mail, etc. Distress alert are initiated by the remote distress alert unit. The distress message including own ship's position is easily edited. A PC can be used for editing the message via Ethernet when it is supplied with dedicated software.

    

   

INMARSAT-C LRIT/SSAS FURUNO FELCOM - 19

  


   

     
           Description :       


                  Standard Features:
  • Inmarsat MINI-C Mobile Earth Station terminal
  • Compatibility with LRIT application
  • SSAS capability with SSAS Alert Units
  • A wide variety of communication schemes available: telex, FAX, emailing, EGC (non-GMDSS), Data reporting/polling, etc.
  • GPS receiver incorporated
  • Black-box configuration allows flexible installation  
 
                                                               Connection diagramm
                                     

                                        
                                                 @furunousa.com
  

  • Inmarsat MINI-C Mobile Earth Station terminal
  • Compatibility with LRIT application
  • SSAS capability with optional SSAS alert units
  • A wide variety of communication schemes available: telex, FAX, emailing, EGC (non-GMDSS), Data reporting/polling, etc.
  • GPS receiver incorporated
  • Black-box configuration allows flexible installation

   
   

INMARSAT MINI-C/LT/SSAS  JRC JUE - 95

  
                                                     SSAS   LT

   



                   Description :      


  • The equipment of GMDSS has compact design of the antenna and the built-in GPS receiver; besides the ship Inm-C station JUE-95 LT easily is established .
  • The type of the antenna of JUE-95 screw, the device also possesses circle right polarization. Data transfer is carried out with a speed of 600 bits.  
  • JRC JUE-95 LT is capable to store messages with a capacity of 80 kilobyte. Between the compact equipment of GMDSS - the antenna and the terminal - use the single coaxial cable to mounting.

         
                Standard complete set :

  • Antenna
  • Terminal
  • Antenna installation parts
  • Terminal installation parts
  • Cables
  • Spare parts
  • Manual (English)

                                                                       @jrc.co.jp
  • The JUE-95LT is a simple-to-install stand alone system that will easily and accurately transmit key information to improve the safety of life at sea.
  • The JUE-95LT system has the same cable management philosophy resembling all other Inmarsat products that JRC is offering, allowing for an easy installation as only a single coax cable is used between antenna and terminal. Both are very compact and can be easily installed on any size and type of vessel.

     
   

INMARSAT-C  LRIT/SSAS  JRC JUE - 87 / 85

  


   

          Description :       

  • The new messaging unit features a high brightness color LCD with an extra wide viewing angle. The Inmarsat C terminal is integrated into the display, allowing for a straightforward installation approach and is ready for our Remote Maintenance System (RMS).
  • The USB 2.0 port located on the front panel allows you to connect a mass storage device to save and load messages.
  • Our new 10.4-inch messaging unit features a color display with a variety of coloring menus. Factory default color is Ocean Day. The LCD gives you a bright picture with excellent color consistency, even when you're viewing the display from the side.
  • JRC total Inmarsat C solution incorporates the capability known as Enhanced Group Calling (EGC), which enables authorized information providers to broadcast international safety and commercial service messages to selected groups of ships. EGC is available as standard on the JUE-87 terminal.
  • JCmail is a freeware PC application developed by JRC. It enables you to send and receive e-mails and receive EGC messages very easily on the JUE-87.
  • Your vessels ID, date/time and the present position, course and speed is acquired manually or automatically from the integrated GPS receiver, or the vessel’s navigational interface, allowing you to send a distress alert simply by pressing and holding the dedicated built-in distress button, either on the messaging unit or a separate unit.
  • The JUE-87 Inmarsat C model comes standard with LRIT, an IMO required global monitoring system of the ship’s movement. The purpose of LRIT is to increase maritime domain awareness and to improve maritime security.
  • The Ship Security Alerting System (SSAS) is a system that contributes to the IMO’s efforts to strengthen maritime security and suppress acts of terrorism and piracy against shipping. In case of attempted piracy or terrorism, the vessel’s SSAS function can be activated, and appropriate law-enforcement or military forces can be alerted if necessary.

                                                                               @jrc.am
  • The JUE-87 is a highly reliable mobile satellite message communication system, having the ability to handle commercial, operational and personal messages just as easily as distress and safety communications.
  • JRC JUE-87 Inmarsat C is a digital satellite communication system whereby data can be encoded into digital format, whether text, numeric data from instruments or other information in digital format can be sent and received over the system. A simple user interface allows sending and receiving messages.

     

   
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