Ocean Signal Safesea 100 SART

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Recommended For:

  • Large Commercial Vessels
  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Scientific Research
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Ocean Signal Safesea 100 SART

Recommended For:

  • Large Commercial Vessels
  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Scientific Research
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Ocean Signal Safesea 100 SART

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

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 the SafeSea E100 EPIRB, making use by unskilled operators much easier.

  • 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

  • One SART required per IMO SOLAS vessel (300tonnes and above on international voyages) except:- One SART per every four liferafts on roll-on, roll-off 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