MODES OF OPERATION
UHF (406) and VHF (homer) complete with high intensity light and audible alert
Comprehensive internal diagnostics with visual and audible operator feedback. UHF test message (inverted synchronization compatible with portable beacon testers).
GPS Self Test
GPS satellite acquisition test.
Automatically when antenna deployed
In excess of 24 hours at -20˚C; longer at higher ambient temperatures
121.5 and 406 MHz distress signals commence 60 seconds after activation
60 seconds to deactivate prior to distress transmission, warm up none required (due to patented digital frequency generation)
121.5 MHz; 50 mW ± 3 dB; swept tone AM (analogue)
406.028 MHz; 5 W ± 2 dB; PSK (digital)
> 20 flashes/minute at; 2 x high intensity white LED
CERTIFICATION AND APPROVALS
Certified to C/S T.001 (Class 2) requirements.
Standards and Approvals
AS/NZS 4280.2; ETSI EN 302 152-1 (CE0168!); RTCM 76-2002/SC110; FCC ID: TXJMT410-G
50 s mean
Meets UN requirements for transport as non-hazardous cargo on board passenger aircraft
Prior to expiry date marked on case – (7 yrs) or after use
Service centre or factory only (non-user replaceable)
LiMnO2 (0.49 g Lithium per cell)
2 electronically isolated batteries consisting of 2 cells type CR17345
Compass Safe Distance
0.1m (for minimal deflection)
71 (W) x 135 (H) x 38 (D) mm
Will float in fresh/salt water (RTM Cat 1)
Submersion to 1m exceeds IP67
High visibility yellow chassis with translucent cap. UV stabilised high impact plastic chassis with energy absorption over-moulded bumpers.
Ultra high sensitivity L1 frequency C/A
Dielectrically loaded quadrifilar helix
Cold start 34 seconds typically; hot start <3.5 seconds typical
Located to within 45m typical
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