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S100 SART

The SafeSea S100 Search and Rescue Transponder (SART) is a dedicated radar transponder which complies with IMO SOLAS regulations.

  • Superior battery life – even at -20°C
  • User replaceable battery
  • Non Hazardous battery
  • Five year replacement interval
  • Compact size for easy liferaft packing
  • Supplied complete with telescopic pole and storage bracket

Carriage requirements

  • SARTs are required on all IMO SOLAS vessels on international voyages:-
    • One on 300-500GRT
    • Two if over 500GRT
    • One SART per every four liferafts on ro-ro passenger vessels
  • Nationally mandated vessels, including fishing vessels, passenger craft, commercial workboats, etc
  • Most Super and Mega yachts are required to carry a SART, especially if covered by the MCA code of practice, which is recognised by many countries.
  • Voluntary fit vessels will also benefit by carrying a SART

The SeaSafe S100 SART is designed to assist in the rescue and recovery of liferafts and survival craft. When switched on, the SART remains in a standby mode until automatically activated by an X Band Radar sweep from any vessel in the vicinity. The SafeSea S100 transmits a series of pulses which are displayed on the ships Radar as a line of dots, providing a bearing to the survival craft.

The activation controls are identical to those on theSafeSea E100 EPIRB, making use by unskilled operators much easier

SPECIFICATIONS

General

Frequency range

9.2-9.5GHz

Radiated output power

>26dBm eirp

Battery Type Lithium Primary

Chemistry

Lithium/Iron Disulfide (Li/FeS2)

Operational Life

>96hours standby plus >12hours operational

Battery Replacement Interval

5years

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range

-20°C to +55°C

Storage Temperature Range

-30°C to +70°C

Waterproof

>10metres at +20°C

Dimensions

Height

227mm

Body Diameter (max)

65mm (82mm)

Standards and Approvals

IMO regulations

A.694(17); MSC.247(83)

International Standards Radio

IEC61097-1

International Standards EMC

IEC60945

European approval

Marine Equipment Directive A.1/4.18

USA Standards

FCC CFR47 part 80.1101