Automatic identification system
The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is an automatic tracking system used on ships and by vessel traffic services (VTS) for identifying and locating vessels by electronically exchanging data with other nearby ships and AIS Base stations. AIS C01P is a portable mobile station which can be equipped in a life jacket or a lifeboat and sends AIS information including identification, position and so on every 7.5 second for 72 hours as soon as it is power-on. The ships with AIS within a radius of 5 nautical miles can receive the information and provide necessary rescue.
  • Standard features
    DC 7.4V power input
    Good power efficiency
    Internal status light diode
    GPS antenna and connector for whip VHF antenna on unit
    Possible to utilize external VHF and GPS antenna for maximum performance
  • Temperature Range
    Storage Temperature : -20oC ~ + 50oC
    Operation Temperature : -15oC ~ + 40oC
  • Weight : 30g
  • Dimensions
    main unit: (HxWxD) 16 x 87 x 36 mm
  • Radio module
    VHF transmitter: 2W
    Modulation: GMSK
    Bandwidth: 12.5kHz or 25 kHz
    Frequencies: 156.025 MHz - 162.025 MHz
    Default CH87B (161.975 MHz)
    Default CH88B (162.025 MHz)
  • GPS module (internal receiver)
    12 Channel GPS receiver (all in view)
    Real Time Position Accuracy 2 (Selective, Availability off)
    Position: 2.5 m CEP
    Position DGPS / SBAS: 2.0 m CEP
    Output rate: 1 Hz