For all our customers who purchased ISAT Pro telephones from us this season we have the last of our ultimate accessory packs.
This is the only inmarsat approved docking unit.
The IsatDock MARINE docking station was specifically designed as an IP54 rated IsatPhone Pro dock for maritime application. The IsatDock MARINE supports voice services via Bluetooth (capable when handset is docked), POTS/RJ11, speakerphone or the active privacy handset. The handset is completely enclosed in the docking unit whilst still giving full access and functionality to the user.
The intelligent RJ11/POTS interface enables long cable runs to connect standard corded, cordless or DECT handsets to be used or alternatively interfaced with a PABX system.
The IsatDock MARINE supports Tracking & Alert functionality via the dedicated in-built GPS engine. Tracking messages can be pre-configured to support periodic reporting, manual position report update via button press, remote polling or the sending of an emergency alert message all via SMS or SMS to email. The MARINE dock also supports an external alert button that can be installed in a convenient location.
Inmarsat Maraine Antenna
IsatDock MARINE Active Antenna ISD710 is designed predominantly for maritime based applications. Designed to work with Beam's IsatDocks and Oceana terminals. The antenna connection is protected from the environment with its solid bracket attached to the antenna.
Dimensions 207mmH x 142mmW x 142mmL
Temperature -25°C to + 55°C
RF Output Impedance Axial Ratio 50 Ohms
Inmarsat Transmit (extended) 1668.0 to 1675.0 MHz
Inmarsat Transmit (operational) 1626.5 to 1660.5 MHz
Inmarsat Receive (operational) 1525.0 to 1559.0 MHz 1575.42 ± 10.25 MHz (GPS L1)
Inmarsat Receive (extended) 1518.0 to 1525.0 MHz
Intended Operating Environment Frequency Maritime
Equipment Type Mobile or Fixed Base Station
Operational Band ≤ 4dB, 0° ≤ 0 ≤ 85°
Extended Band ≤ 6dB, 0° ≤ 0 ≤ 85°
13 Mtr Cabling Kit
Beam ISD933 Inmarsat 13m (43 feet) antenna cable provides a flexible installation option for most marine, transport or fixed site installations and is pre-terminated with SMA/TNC connectors. The kit includes 13m of Inmarsat antenna cable and 13m of GPS antenna cable The cable provides a flexible installation option for most marine, transport or fixed installations.
SAT Cable Length Active 13m SAT TNC(m)-SMA(m)
Connector Diameter (mm) 14.5 / 9.23
Cable Diameter (mm) 4.95
Thickest Diameter (mm) 15
Bend Radius Single (mm) 14
Bend Radius Repeat (mm) 51
GPS Cable Length Active 13m GPS SMA(m)-SMA(m)
Connector Diameter (mm) 9.23 / 9.23
Thickest Diameter (mm) 10
Cable Diameter (mm) 2.8
Bend Radius Single (mm) 8
Bend Radius Repeat (mm) 26
Docking Station - $1639, Antenna - $660, Cable Kit - $198
Total - $2497.00
Now all for a terrific price of $1999!!!
This legendary sea kayak designed by John Dobbe is the last one we have in stock for the season. Normally $2799 we have it priced at $2499 including a Bending Branches carbon adjustable paddle worth $549 and a Stormy Seas Kayak Vest valued at $179.
This represents a massive saving of over $1000!!!
Click below to get a great review of someone who has circumnavigated New Zealand in this amazing craft.
This highly regarded hefty tome from the indomitable Capt. Dick Gandy has been the perennial bible for all things boating in Australia. The giant Fifth Edition has now arrived and with nearly a thousand pages of fully up to date working knowledge it represents the most complete resource available of Australian boating.
Written for motor and sail some of the extensive range of topics includes;
- Buying and insuring a boat.
- On-board training.
- Occupational health and safety at sea.
- Boating licence.
- Boating regulations and safety.
- Marine radio and electronic navigation.
- Navigation and chartwork.
- Engine operation - inboard and outboard.
It also contains thousands of questions and answers, many pertaining to things like;
- Yachtmaster & Coastal Certificates
- Domestic Commercial Vessels Certificates (General Purpose Hand, Coxswain, Master & Engineer)
Western Australian Cruising Guide
from the Fremantle Sailing Club is also proving very popular. Many more cruising skippers are looking to explore the wild beauty of this part of the Australian coast. Now in its Fourth Edition this great guide covers the whole coast from Darwin in the Northern Territory right around to Eucla which sits just near the South Australian border and right out to both the Christmas and Coco Islands. It includes many anchorages, routes, both in charted and uncharted waters, showing suitable spots to anchor, dangers, tidal in formation, places of interest and brief history of the area. An introductory section covers general pilotage information, weather, tides, passage planning, radio stations, dangerous marine animals and a brief history.