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JRC has extensive knowledge in the International regulations regarding the navigation and communication carriage requirements of your vessel.

Navigation and communication regulations

If you have any questions about communications and navigation equipment best suited for your vessel, please contact your local JRC office, distributor or use our sales request for on the right side of your screen. Click on the navigation or communication button below to view the regulations for this category.

Sea area A1 - Cargo ships A1 (300 - 499 GT)
VHF + DSC JHS-800S1 View product
VHF DSC Watch receiver (Ch. 70) Build in JHS-800S
Satellite EPIRB 406 MHz

SBM of EPIRB required at every battery change or at least once every 5 years. Alternative method: Replace: the EPIRB with a new one VDR floating recording medium of new VDRs placed after 1 July 2014 includes EPIRB functionality and may fulfil the EPIRB requirement

SBM – Shore based Maintenance 1
2-Way radio telephones (GMDSS and Fire Fighting) 

2-way VHF radiotelephones, as follows:

  • 3 pieces for passenger ships and cargo ships ≥ 500 gt
  • 2 pieces for cargo ships < 500 gt

Explosion proof or intrinsically safe 2-way portable radiotelephone

equipment: 2 pieces per fire party on board

  • All ships built on or after 1 July 2014
  • All ships built before 1 July 2014, not later than 1st survey after 1 July 2018
JHS-207 GMDSS / JHS-431 Fire fighting2 View product
SAR locating Device (RADAR-SART (9 GHz) or AIS-SART)

2 pieces for passenger ships and cargo ships ≥ 500 gt and 1 piece for cargo ships < 500 gt

General Alarm System + Communication- or PA system AlphaCall/AlphaConnect/AlphaAnnounce (stand alone Gen Alarm System:owner supply)1 View product
Annual Radio & AIS Surveys

Contact us for your annual Radio & AIS survey (Approved by the major Classification Societies)

Reserve Power source + Automatic Battery Charger 1
Service & Maintenance agreements 

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