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JQE-103 – 406MHz Satellite EPIRB

The JQE-103, a highly reliable life-saving compact float-free satellite EPIRB incorporates new advancements in technology, enhancing search and rescue within ‘the golden day’.

To comply with GMDSS regulations vessels must carry a satellite EPIRB. During critical situations the EPIRB will be released and activated, either automatically or manually. Once activated, the EPIRB will transmit vessel specific information on 406MHz that is passed, via satellite, to the RCC. This information is used to commence SAR operations and with search aircraft monitoring the 121.5MHz transmissions enables the EPIRB to be located.

The JQE-103 is a brightly-coloured, lightweight, watertight and rugged EPIRB, allowing it to be easily mounted on a bulkhead. Additionally, if a situation occurs where it is required to throw the EPIRB overboard, the hardened outer shell will remain intact after a drop onto the water surface from a maximum 20 meter height.

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JQX-30A – SART

The JQX-30A is a highly reliable and maintenance free search and rescue radar transponder and meets the requirements set by SOLAS.

Shipboard GMDSS installations include Search and Rescue Radar Transponder (SART) devices which are used to locate a survival craft or distressed vessel. A SART transmits a encoded signal over a 9GHz band, which creates a series of dots on a rescuing ship’s radar display, providing the exact location, which allows for an immediate response for search and rescue (SAR) efforts.

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JSS-296 596 896 – MF HF Radio Equipment

The JSS-296/596/896 MF/HF radiotelephone is designed for vessels navigating in A2, A3 and A4 sea areas. It is one of the most advanced GMDSS systems JRC ever developed, allowing for superior performance, and the compact and lightweight construction, allows for a flexible installation approach.

The MF/HF radiotelephone consists of the JSB-196GM radiotelephone, NFC-296/896 Antenna Tuning Unit (ATU), NCT-196N DSC/NBDP MODEM, NDZ-127J Data Terminal Equipment (DTE), NDF-268 Keyboard, and NAH-692/695/698 Power Amplifier.

The following types are available:
250W: JSS-296
500W: JSS-596
800W: JSS-896

The MF/HF radiotelephone series is fully compliant for Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) operation. The terminal includes a prominent red Distress button, with features to prevent accidental activation.

The power amplifier features a built-in battery charger, which doesn’t require any external devices.

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JSS-2150 – MF HF Radio Equipment

The new JSS-2150 Class A MF/HF radio equipment features an intuitive user interface and advanced modular design that allows for a flexible installation approach in confined spaces.

The MF/HF has a 6-channel Digital Selective Calling (DSC) as standard with a built-in DSC watch-keeping receiver. You can generate and receive digital selective calls for quick and efficient establishment of distress, urgency, safety and routine communication with other ships and coast stations.

In urgent situations, the JSS-2150 sends a distress alert once you press the distress button. The integrated DSC watch-keeping receiver monitors distress alarms through

continuous scanning of distress frequencies.

The MF/HF integrates an advanced digital audio amplifier with a built-in speaker, which increases the amount of power, making your message loud and clear..

The JSS-2150 uses a 3.8-inch high visibility LCD display, which you can adjust at your own convenience. The display has 10 dim settings and you can set the contrast up to 11 different levels, integrated screensaver and assign a commonly used menu to the user key for direct access. These are just a few of the possibilities.

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JUE-85 – Inmarsat-C

The JUE-85 is a highly reliable mobile satellite message communication system, having the ability to handle commercial, operational and personal messages just as easily as distress and safety communications.

The JRC JUE-85 Inmarsat system comprises a small antenna with built-in GPS, terminal (transmitter and receiver) with distress button, messaging unit and power supply unit. Unlike a typical Inmarsat C system, JRC also includes a printer as standard, offering a total solution to the shipping industry.

JRC JUE-85 Inmarsat C is a digital satellite communication system whereby anything that can be encoded into digital format, whether text, numeric data from instruments or other information in digital format can be sent and received over the system. A simple user interface allows sending and receiving messages.

The Inmarsat C system is known as a store-and-forward messaging system. When sending a ship-to-shore message, it is edited on the terminal and then transmitted in a series of data packets to an Inmarsat C land earth station (LES). The LES acts as an interface (or gateway) between the satellite and the telecommunications network on land.

The LES stores the data packets, assembles them into a single message and forwards it (hence the term store-and-forwarding) over the telecommunication network to its addressed destination.

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JUE-95SA

The JUE-95SA is a small, lightweight and highly reliable terminal, recognised for its unique role in maritime safety and plays an integral part in the safety of live at sea.

JRC has developed a compact, mobile satellite communication system. The JUE-95SA Inmarsat C SSAS utilises two-way data/messaging communications anywhere in the world. New IMO requirements state two security alarm buttons must be provided. These are located discreetly on the vessel and can be activated in case of piracy or terrorist attack. It will allow covert activation which transmits an alert signal from vessel to shore, alerting the appropriate authority that the security of the vessel is under threat or has been compromised. The SSAS system will not raise the alert onboard the vessel, nor alert any other ships.

If vessels have older Inmarsat C systems onboard, you can simply install JRC’s JUE-95SA in order to comply with current SOLAS regulations.

Ship Security Alert Systems (SSAS) is a system that contributes to the IMO’s efforts to strengthen maritime security and suppress acts of terrorism and piracy against shipping. In case of attempted piracy or terrorism, the vessel’s SSAS function can be activated and appropriate law-enforcement or military forces can be alerted.

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JUE-500 – FleetBroadband 500

The JUE-500 FleetBroadband FB500, the latest-generation maritime communication solution from JRC, is compactly designed, easy to install and puts high-speed connectivity right at your fingertips.

The antenna base which is located inside dome is machined from one solid piece of aluminium, making it stable and durable. JRC adapted its proven three-axis control. The antenna size is greatly reduced by using the latest technologies.

Our company’s long experience of antenna design ensured the antenna is robust and easy to install. No gyro or GPS input is required and it benefits from having no cable under the radome, which means there is no need for ‘cable unwrap’ maneuvers to free cable that has become twisted as the device moves to locate the satellite.

These and more features make the electronics and mechanical design of the JRC JUE-500 as advanced on the inside as it is on the outside.

FleetBroadband provides simultaneous access to high quality voice and high-speed data, along with email, fax and SMS messaging. A captain can download the latest weather and navigational charts. At the same time, crew can do all the things online that they normally do at home, such as sending emails, accessing social networking sites, calling friends and family – a vital resource for maintaining morale when away at sea for potentially months on end.

Based on 3G standards, FleetBroadband will provide constant, simultaneous access to voice and high-speed data, capable of supporting always-on broadband connectivity at speeds up to 432kbps and streaming IP data rate of up to 256kbps.

Additionally, it allows users to send and receive SMS messages of up to 160 characters, a feature that is proven popular with crew who are used of texting from their GSM mobiles while on shore

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NCR-333 – NAVTEX Receiver

The high-performance NCR-333 NAVTEX integrates a high visibility LCD display, shares the same simple configuration as its predecessor and contributes to improved safety at sea.

The NCR-333 NAVTEX integrates a high visibility 5.7” LCD display. You can select the character type on three different level sizes, all at your own convenience. On top, JRC has included dimmer control, maximising your display preferences as optimised as possible. These functions are selectable from the menu.

The NCR-333 receives NAVTEX broadcasts on the frequency channel 518 kHz, and either 490 kHz or 4209.5 kHz. The NAVTEX automatically receives broadcasts on the international standard frequency 518 kHz. Local transmissions of NAVTEX use the 490 kHz channel. The high frequency channel 4209.5 kHz is allocated for NAVTEX broadcasts. The NCR-333 also allows you to select and deselect certain types of information and coastal stations with the purpose of avoiding repeat broadcasts.

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JAN-701B ECDIS system

FEATURES

The JAN-701B is a newly developed multi-functional ECDIS. It is ergonomically designed to enhance the working environment and man/machine interfaces, providing continuous position and navigational safety information.

RADAR OVERLAY

The JRC JAN-701B offers practical radar usage with ECDIS, more than just overlaying a rough radar image. The radar image has a high resolution when interfaced with JRC radars. The radar image does not hide the priority objects of vector charts, but overlays them on the radar image. At the same time, brilliance and clutter controls of the radar images continues to be operable.

AIS TARGETS

The AIS is an important key device used to indicate AIS target symbol and information on the ECDIS. These targets are very useful, as it provides the maneuvering conditions of other ships at a glance, allowing for safe and effective navigation. The name of the vessels, and bearing, range, speed, length, heading and much more AIS target specifics from other ships are received and displayed. The AIS symbols are continuously displayed on-screen without the influence of the radar characteristics. The AIS targets are never shielded by ground, rain or cloud reflections, nor are they eliminated by adjustments of anti-sea or anti-rain clutter.

Also, it is easy to active, deactivate and switch between AIS target symbols. This simply can be done with an integrated AIS filter, prioritising the targets within a dedicated area.

MULTI-VIEW

Multiple and wide screen viewing is possible with the new JAN-701B. You can divide the chart screen into two sections, in which the same or different charts can be displayed, in a mixture of ways. In this field of view, it provides a ‘look-ahead’ capability, especially useful in coastal areas. With the wide screen view function, an additional screen in the display area, showing a segment of the chart, allows viewing at a glance.

CONNING AND EXTERNAL SENSORS

You can easily connect a wide range of navigation equipment to acquire more information. The ECDIS will display exactly the info you need in a clear, uncluttered format, reducing the risk of accidents. This results in a more relaxing and secure operation. Even equipment from different manufacturers can be incorporated.

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