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SART tester STU-1
for boatsfor ships

SART tester
SART tester
SART tester
SART tester
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SART
Application domain
for boats, for ships

Description

The SART Tester is designed to provide accurate, independent validation of the operation of any Radar-SART in accordance with the requirements of IMO Resolution A.802(19) and SOLAS - 74/88. Measures signal level and duration, counts the number of sweeps and calculates the distance from SART across radial line on the radar screen, verifies the signal in frequency range of 9140…9560 MHz. Description The SART Tester is designed to provide accurate, independent validation of the operation of any Radar-SART in accordance with the requirements of IMO Resolution A.802(19), SOLAS - 74/88 and local classification authorities. The SART Tester allows ensuring the SART meets the appropriate performance requirements. The SART Tester is portable and easy in use. It is far more effective and reliable than the primitive self-test function offered by any SART. It allows to measure signal level and duration, count the number of sweeps and calculate the distance from SART across radial line on the radar screen and verifies the signal is in frequency range of 9140…9560 MHz. Measurements of SART parameters are made through the broadcast. FEATURES - Fast check to make sure 9GHz Radar SART will operate in emegency - Fast passed/not passed test - Audio-control of the sweep signal presence - Signal level measurement - Verify the signal in frequency range of 9140…9560 MHz - Number of sweeps in view of graph - Respond singal duration - Distance from SART across radial line on the radar screen - Windows/Mac OS supported. Automatic test report creation.

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