Cobham Sailor 3965 Fire Fighter Key Features:
This UHF Radio offers crew members with reliable two-way communication - compliant with SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 10.10.4.
Reliability for Critical Operations
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio provides reliable, feature rich communication that helps safety precuations and effective when called into action.
SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio has been developed specifically for the fulfilment of the SOLAS requirement. Built on the legacy of SAILOR SP3500 series portable radios
Easy to Use
This UHF Radio has an easy to operate keypad, instant readout of status on the crystal clear display and audio feedback of channel selection in headsets. Also, the Cobham SAILOR 3965 has large, tactile buttons making it easy to use in low or zero visibilty conditions.
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio is a cost effective solution that integrates with both SAILOR accessories as well as high quality third party accessories.
Batteries / Charging
A non-rechargeable spare battery is also available to purchase providing alternative power solutions when the fire team are deployed.
*Currently there is a worldwide shortage in components required to manufacture dedicated portable radios that meet the specification under the new SOLAS Chapter II-2 regulations. Contact us for more information.
Cobham Sailor 3965 Fire Fighter UHF Radio Package includes:
- Transceiver Unit
- UHF Antenna
- 1800 mAh Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Single Unit Charger (SUC)
- AC/DC Converter/Adaptor
- DC Connection
- Belt Clip
- User Manual
What is SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 10.10.4?
Cobham Sailor 3965 Fire Fighter UHF Radio For ships constructed on or after 1 July 2014, a minimum of two two-way portable radio telephone apparatus for each fire party for fire-fighter´s communication shall be carried on board. The two-way radiotelephone apparatuses shall be of an explosion-proof type or intrinsically safe. Ships constructed before 1 July 2014 shall comply with the requirements of this paragraph not later than the first survey after 1 July 2018.
This product requires a radio licence. In the UK you can apply online for this with OFCOM.