Futronic MKII is the preferred all-in-one test equipment for radio inspectors performing mandatory, periodical surveys of ship-borne communications equipment, radio beacons, AIS and Search and Rescue transponders.
Futronic MKII enables you to test VHF/MF/HF DSC radios, Cospas-Sarsat EPIRBs and Personal Locator Beacons, NAVTEX receivers, AIS class A and B transponders, AIS AtoN transponders, AIS-SARTs, Man Over Board devices and 9 GHz Radar SARTs as laid down in SOLAS convention 74/88 and specified in IMO resolution A.948 and circulars 1040 and 1252.
Danphone is closely following the work of IMO, ITU and IALA regarding new test areas under development such as NAVDAT (Navigational Data) and VDES (VHF Data Exchange Systems).
DSC data, ATIS, frequency, power, VSWR and deviation.
Measuring frequency and power simultaneously.
Measuring DSC data and frequency simultaneously.
Reception of transmitted NAVTEX messages.
Measuring AIS data, frequency, power and VSWR
SEARCH AND RESCUE TRANSPONDERS
Measuring Data & frequency on:
Danphones Futronic MKll PC software enables you to store and transfer data for further analysis, data export and reporting. It generates complete EPIRB test reports ready for sign-off without further processing.
Furthermore, the software enables the end-user to manage test box settings and compose custom-made DSC and AIS messages. The custom-made messages enables testing of all types of DSC and AIS message.
NB: Danphone does not recommend using the old accessories from the Futronic GMDSS MKl on Futronic MKll and reverse.
GET TO KNOW YOUR TESTER
Reach Futronic's full capability and optimize your testing procedures by learning about all new features.
WE WILL GUIDE YOU
The software release include a guide on how to use the new features so you can get started right away.
NB: The software update is performed when the Futronic test box is calibrated in Danphone's factory. The update cannot be performed if the calibration period is expired.
A radio survey is a set of test procedures carried out by a qualified radio inspector in order to verify and confirm that the communication, navigational and safety equipment on board the vessel is fully operational.
Radio surveys should be carried out using test equipment capable of performing all the relevant measurements required by the guidelines laid down in SOLAS Chapter IV and specified in IMO Resolutions A.997 and A.948.
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