Technical innovation

New sealed, self-contained terminal design, 50 channel GPS module, high gain omni-directional antenna and the included NMEA 2000 and RJ45 cabling set SAILOR 6130 LRIT apart.

Features

  • Can function as both SSAS and LRIT carrier
  • CAN-BUS interface (easy installation)
  • Optional TCU provides status information (power, GPS fix, log-in)
  • Built-in 50 channel GPS module for increased precision
  • GLONASS capability (add-on kit required) to meet requirements for all Russian flagged vessels
  • LocPoint free web tracking option
  • Versatile system incorporates ThraneLINK functionality that enables efficient communication within the network.

Technical innovation

New sealed, self-contained terminal design, 50 channel GPS module, high gain omni-directional antenna and the included NMEA 2000 and RJ45 cabling set SAILOR 6130 LRIT apart.

Regulation and compliance

  • IMO Resolution MSC.202(81) – LRIT Regulation
  • IMO Resolution MSC.263(84) – Revised performance standards and functional requirements for the LRIT of ships
  • IMO Circular MSC.1/Circ.1307 – Guidance on the survey and certification of compliance of ships with the requirement to transmit LRIT information.

All vessels of 300 gross tonnage and above on international voyage will need to be compliant with LRIT regulations as listed above. The included types are:

  • All passenger ships, including high speed crafts
  • Cargo ships, including high speed crafts
  • Mobile offshore drilling units

Vessels operating exclusively in coastal areas (Sea Area 1) and fitted with an Automatic Identification System (AIS) will be exempt, while ships operating in near-coastal (Sea Area A2) not fitted with Inmarsat C GMDSS will be required to fit a compliant terminal. All vessels must have an updated LRIT Conformance Test Report (CTR) on board ready for inspection by surveyor or port authority on request.