The SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT is the premier standalone LRIT solution. SAILOR 6130 LRIT enables straightforward LRIT compliance through ease of operation and reliability. It offers the same benefits towards
acceptance and compliance as the legacy system, but with a number of key enhancements.
This terminal is a single, self-contained and sealed unit, housing both antenna and transceiver. This design approach has proven to be rugged and reliable regardless
of vessel type and application.
Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) was adopted by the IMO in May 2006 as resolution MSC.202(81) and subsequently included in SOLAS chapter V.
Vessels subject to LRIT are all passenger ships including high-speed craft, cargo
ships, including high speed craft of 300 gross tonnage and above, and mobile offshore drilling units.
Why Standalone LRI T?
Although some existing mini-C systems are LRIT compliant, some may be or may
not be reliable. By installing a standalone LRIT terminal, you can be confident that
it will perform to the required standards. With simple installation, the SAILOR 6130
mini-C LRIT offers a cost-effective reliable way to achieve LRIT compliance.
The SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT features a new, optional Thrane 6194 Terminal
Control Unit (TCU), which brings new functionalities to support day to day operation
whilst ensuring compliance. It has a range of LEDs so operators may quickly
determine status such as power, Inmarsat log-in, GPS fix and whether a running a
program is present in the terminal. This information can determine operational status of the system towards your flag ASP or other physical inspections.
Approvals and Certification
The SAILOR 6130 mini-C LRIT is approved by Inmarsat and major flag ASP state
administrators. It is fully compliant with the performance requirements described in IMO Resolution MSC.263(84). Functional requirements for LRIT of ships are described in the IMO Circular MSC.1/ Circ.1307: “Guidance on the survey and
certification of compliance of ships”.