The AIS-SART is a self-contained radio device used to locate a survival craft or distressed vessel by sending updated position reports using a standard Automatic Identification System (AIS) class-A position report. The position and time synchronization of the AIS-SART are derived from a built in GNSS receiver.
We also offer programmable AIS-SART products that can be used in fisheries positioning, unmanned vehicles and any application that needs to be located. The specification (IEC 61097-14 Ed 1.0) for AIS-SART was developed by the IEC’s TC80 AIS work group. AIS-SART was added to the GMDSS regulations effective January 1, 2010.
WM AIS-P1 is cost-effectiveness design, quartz oscillator version for low-cost disposable, high frequency stability and design is best suited for applications where long storage is required, such as small lifeboats, life jackets.
Sealing Depth: Immersion to 60m
Antenna Type: Helix
GPS Position Update: Every minute
Operating Temperature: -30°c to +70°c
Size (LxWxD): 131x37x37mm
Battery Type: 6V lithium metal
GPS Receiver Type: 72-channel u-blox M8 engine
Frequency: AIS channel 1-161.975MHz / AIS channel 2-162.025MHz
AIS Message Transmitter: Message 1 (UID, GPS position, SOG, COG, UTC) / Message 14 (SART-ACTIVE or SART-TEST)
RF Power Output: Max. 2W
Transmit Antenna: Helix
Functional: First Transmission After 5 seconds (no GPS)
Secondary Location: Flashing white LED
Range: 4 nautical miles (typical)