The Safelink Solo beacon is designed to be carried with you at all times. It will ideally fit into a sailing jacket or a lifejacket and offers a perfect grip. Once activated, the Safelink Solo transmits 2 distress signals simultaneously, operating :
on the global Cospas-Sarsat satellite search and rescue system with the 406 MHz frequency, for worldwide and 24h/24 location thanks to the unique beacon ID. A 50-channel GPS combined with the 406 MHz frequency offer even faster and more accurate location of the man over board. The GPS receiver allows for almost immediate alert (3 minutes), and a very accurate indication of the position (about 50 m), with a re-actualisation every 20 minutes to indicate the drift.
on the 121.5 MHz homing frequency, so that when the emergency services get close, they can "home in" on the signal for more accurate location, thus speeding up the time of rescue.
Supplied with buoyancy pouch, universal belt pouch in soft nylon and wrist strap.
The SRS (Survivor Recovery System) AIS is an innovative personal safety device developed to assist with recovery of persons in difficulty at sea. Incorporating both AIS and GPS technologies, the beacon is manually activated, transmits a unique and structured alert message and exact GPS position to the survivor.
How Safelink R 10 works :
Activated manually in an emergency situation
An alert message is transmitted to all AIS receivers and AIS enabled chart plotters within a 4 NM radius (typical)
Precise target survivor information including GPS position becomes viewable when the chart plotter cursor is positioned over the icon.
Provides exact location, distance and bearing to locate person(s) in need of assistance.
The AIS SART is a manually deployed search and rescue locating device intended for use on a liferaft or any other survival craft. It meets IMO SOLAS requirements and is an alternative to a radar SART. Compact, easy to operate and deploy, the AIS SART is packed inside a quick-release carrying bag for quick evacuation.
AIS SART transmits target survivor information including alert messages, GPS position information and serialised identity number. Once activated, the AIS SART transmits continually for a minimum of 96 hours. A built-in high precision GPS provides accurate position information to assist in quick recovery of survivors.
Whether wall-mounted in the ship's bridge or packed inside a liferaft, the highly visible and buoyant carrying case ensures optimum protection of the device.