SAILOR 6110 Mini-C GMDSS System
Cobham SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS System (30 meter cable) 406110A
The first system to be the world’s most powerful, user-friendly and reliable satellite transceiver system for all ship tracking, monitoring, messaging and distress communications. SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS provides GMDSS, SSAS and LRIT.
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.
Operation is performed via the new SAILOR 6018 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.
Reliable and Accurate
SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS has a brand new transceiver design and operates using a 50 channel GPS module and high gain omni-directional antenna.
Ensure accurate satellite fix and position even under adverse conditions. There are no condensation issues and rugged build quality ensures reliable, accurate and continuous operation.
As part of the SAILOR 6000 GMDSS Series, SAILOR 6110 mini-C GMDSS 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.
- SAILOR 3027 GMDSS Terminal
- SAILOR 6018 Message Terminal
- SAILOR 6001 Keyboard
- 30M NMEA2K Mini Device Cable (Antenna)
- Mini/Micro NMEA2K Tee
- Micro NMEA2K Tee
- Inline Micro Termination
- Male Mini NMEA2K
- NMEA 0183 talker
- User/installation guide
**System also available with 50m cable - Please ask for details**
Please see product specification for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Brand||Cobham Thrane and Thrane|