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Wednesday 22 November 2017  

OrbBuoy

Sattelite radio buoys and Marine Reception Systems OrbBuoy

 

MIP SSB Radio Buoy

The new Marine Instruments’ MIP Radio Buoy is designed specifically for use on longline vessels, allowing fishing captains to monitor their fishing lines up to 50 miles away. The MIP Radio Buoy allows captains to view buoy positions, monitor line drift and identify line breaks.

The MIP Radio Buoy transmits buoy position and battery voltage level in encrypted radio messages to help avoid detection. The buoy has an internal GPS receiver, rechargeable batteries, durable stainless steel construction, magnetic (On/Off) switch, high intensity recovery light, and a small whip antenna.

  • Heavy-Duty construction for use on commercial longliners
  • 50-mile buoy transmission range
  • NO communication cost (radio broadcasts)
  • Buoy position reports are encrypted for location security
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Batteries are charged via buoy antenna (charger sold separately)
  • Buoy can be dismantled for storage inside the vessel




MIR-2200 - Marine Instruments Reception System

Each MIP Radio Buoy transmits encrypted message bursts every 15 minutes containing the buoy’s GPS position and battery voltage. These secure transmissions are received using the ship’s SSB radio and the Marine Instruments’ MIR-2200 Reception System. Buoy position tracks are displayed on C-MAP digital nautical charts with MSB-Longline software. The software can calculate drift speed and display an alarm in the event of a line break. MIP Radio Buoys can also be displayed in SeaStar’s OrbMap software.

  • Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • View track and position of MIP buoy
  • Work with more type of MIP buoys
  • USB or serial port connection to your onboard PC


MSR - Marine Satellite Receiver

The Marine Satellite Receiver (MSR) works with GeoEye’s OrbBuoys as an independent communications system that sends and receives buoy reports and commands. Whereas normal marine email systems can show delays of varying length, the MSR utilizes Iridium technology to provide reliable, near-real-time communications.

The system is comprised of an external unit with the Iridium transceiver, GPS receiver and antenna, along with the required cables for connection to your vessel’s PC via serial port or USB. Using the MSR with OrbMap software, buoy positions are automatically plotted on C-Maps charts. The system’s functionality is displayed by LED lights on the data box, which monitor the status of the transceiver, the GPS signal and the system’s interface with your PC.

  • Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • USB or serial port connection to your onboard PC
  • Contains an internal GPS receiver
  • Compatible buoys: M3I, OBY-200
  • Communication type: Iridium
  • Internal Iridium terminal



GSR - GeoEye Satellite Receiver

GeoEye now offers a GeoEye Satellite Receiver (GSR) built by Skywave that works as an independent communications system for receiving buoy reports and sending buoy commands. Whereas normal marine email systems can show delays of varying length, the GSR utilizes Inmarsat’s latest ISatDataPro technology to provide reliable, near-real-time communications.

The system is comprised of a satellite transceiver along with the required cable for connection to your vessel’s PC via serial port or USB. When the GSR is combined with OrbMap software, buoy positions are automatically received and plotted on C-Map charts or on your favorite oceanographic base maps. No additional hardware is needed, just your PC.

  • Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • USB or serial port connection to your onboard PC
  • Compatible buoys: OBY-200
  • Communication type: Inmarsat ISatDataPro






M3I - Sonar Buoy

These buoys are equipped with a 50KHz/500W echosounder, GPS, sea temperature sensor (SST) and satellite transceiver. They report sonar readings as well as position, SST and battery voltage back to the vessel at adjustable reporting frequencies. All information is displayed in the MSB buoy control software.

Position, SST and voltage can also be viewed in OrbMap with the SeaStar Fish Finding Maps. MSB software allows users to remotely adjust the gain on the echo-sounder for the best possible results. These features, along with the remotely-activated, high-intensity beacon for nighttime recovery, are achieved using two-way communication via the Iridium satellite network.
M3I buoys are designed with a double solar panel system as well as an alkaline battery pack, providing unlimited autonomy.

  • Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • Compatible with MSR
  • Contains an internal Echo-Sounder: 50KHz/500W
  • Remout activation
  • Software: MSB 2.1 or higher
  • Communication type: Iridium



OBY-200 - Global Drifting Buoy

This new generation buoy is easily retrieved through the use of high accuracy GPS positioning and two-way communications via the INMARSAT IsatM2M satellite network that virtually remains awake and listening for commands. The buoy contains a high-intensity recovery beacon and is designed with replaceable alkaline batteries that have a two year life expectancy. Location information and control capability for each buoy is integrated into GeoEye’s OrbMap software, allowing fishermen to see and track each buoy’s location on top of SeaStar oceanographic maps.

In addition to buoy position, users can interpret real-time currents and obtain sea surface temperature data transmitted from the OBY-200 buoy. Captains can also use the pre-programmed reporting frequencies to receive buoy positions or activate the recovery beacon.

  • Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • Compatible with MSR and GSR
  • Contains an internal water temperature sensor
  • Contains an internal GPS receiver
  • Communication type: Inmarsat ISatM2M
  • Remout activation
  • Battery Saving Mode



M2S - Drifting Buoy

These buoys are designed with solar panel charged gel lead acid batteries for continuous operation, and are easily retrieved through the use of high-accuracy GPS positioning, two-way communications (via the INMARSAT IsatM2M satellite network), and a user-activated high-intensity beacon for nighttime recovery. Location information and control capability for each buoy is integrated into OrbMap software, allowing fishermen to see and track each buoy’s location on top of SeaStar oceanographic maps.

In addition to buoy position, users can interpret real-time currents and obtain sea surface temperature data transmitted from the M2S OrbBuoy. Captains can send commands to change the pre-programmed reporting modes, or to activate the recovery beacon.

  • Fully Compatible with GeoEye’s OrbMap software
  • Fully compatible with Marine Satellite Receiver MSR
  • Solar panel charged gel lead acid battery with backup alkaline battery
  • Contains an internal GPS receiver
  • Communication type: Inmarsat ISatM2M
  • Remout activation
  • Battery Saving Mode


 

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