Refurbished

AIS

Item Code : GS-0047
Model : JHS-182
Make : JRC

 

FEATURES

 

The JHS-182 AIS is a ship borne system capable of regularly broadcasting own ship's unique information and continually receiving and displaying information broadcast from other vessels. All vessels and VTS operators within VHF range and equipped with an AIS transponder can continually receive and display information from other vessels. The AIS can "see around corners", allowing avoidance of dangers before visual contact has been established. All ship's information including static and voyage related data such as the ship's name and cargoes, as well as its dynamic navigational information, i.e., position, course, and speed can be transmitted and received. In accordance with IMO carriage requirements and SOLAS (Chapter V, Regulation 19), passenger ships, vessels over 300GT on international voyages and all vessels over 500GT are mandated to carry AIS. Existing vessels will be required to carry AIS on a schedule that phases the retrofits between July 1, 2003 and July 1, 2008. All vessels built on or after July 1, 2002 are required to carry AIS (Automatic Identification System).

 

Smallest AIS Transponder

 

JRC's unique compact antenna transponder design consists of the VHF antenna, GPS antenna, VHF transceiver and data processor. The new JHS-182 is downsized using highly reliable LSI technologies.

 

Large Screen Ensures Comfortable Visibility

 

The JHS-182 has a 5.7 LCD screen display, which presents the information given from the target ship list and plotting viewer with clear visibility.

 

Standard Components

 

Name

Type

Q’ty

AIS Transponder

NTE-182

1

Connection Box

NQE-3182

1

AIS Controller

NCM-779

1

Control Cable

7ZCJD0214A

1

Spare Parts

7ZXJD0049

1

Instruction Manual

7ZPJD0226

1

 

Option Components

 

Name

Type

Q’ty

Power Supply Unit

NBD-577B

1

NSK Unit

NCT-27

1

Flash Mount Kit

NCE-5779

1

Cable for Pilot-plug

CFQ-6961

1

Connection Box for Pilot-plug

NQE-3150

1

Rate : Rs.130000/-
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