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Good Rectified Good Rectified Good Rectified Validity of battery Operation test 17. Two-way VHF Radiotelephone Apparatus (2.2.2 (7), 2.3.1 (7)) No.1 No.2 No.3 Make Type Approved by Channels Max. output power Measurement ch. 16 ch. 16 ch. 16 Power (if practicable) W W W Frequency error Hz on 156.800 MHz Hz on 156.800 MHz Hz on 156.800 MHz On-air contact Good Good Good Primary Battery Fitted Not Fitted Fitted Not Fitted Fitted Not Fitted Primary Battery expiry date Rechargeable Battery Fitted Not Fitted Fitted Not Fitted Fitted Not Fitted Batt. charger Fitted N/A Fitted N/A Fitted N/A 18. Spare parts, Tool and Measuring Instrument (2.2.2 (14), 2.3.1 (13)) Standard spare parts for shore-based maintenance Fitted Additional spare parts for at-sea electronic maintenance Fitted N/A 19. Automatic Identification System (AIS) (MSC.1/Circ.1252) Make Type Ser No Type-approved by Source of energy Main Emergency Battery Documents Good (Ant location, Initial configuration, interconnection diagrams) Pilot plug Near Pilot position AC plug Near Pilot position Req. of Panama & St. Lawrence Statistic data Good, Comment if any ( ) MMSI / IMO No. / Call Sign / Ship’s Name / Ship’s Type / Length and beam / Antenna location Dynamic data Good, Comment if any ( ) Ship’s Psn / Time(UTC) / COG / SOG / Heading / Nav status / ROT* / Angle of heel*, pitch* & roll* *if available Voyage related data Good, Comment if any ( ) Draught / Type of Cargo / Dest & ETA / Route plan / Short safety related message Performance test Frequency measurement Good, Comment if any ( ) Output measurement Good, Comment if any ( ) Send/ Receive data integrity Good, Comment if any ( ) On air check Good (Check with other ships, shore installations or an AIS tester.) Page 6/8 Ver. 12.01
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SR(GMDSS)check 20. Documentation, etc. (2.1.5.1(1)) Radio Log Book Yes Operating Manuals Yes ITU Publications Yes List of Ship Stations, List of Coast Stations, Manual for use by the Maritime Mobile and Maritime-Satellite Services, Alphabetical List of Call Sings and/or Numerical Table of IDs 21. Additional Requirements for passenger ships N/A 21.1 Distress Panel for initiating a distress alert. (SOLAS IV/6.4) Make Type 21.2 Continuous and automatic supply of ship’s position to all relevant radiocommunication equipment (SOLAS IV/6.5) Yes No 21.3 Distress Alarm Panel for indicating received distress alerts. (SOLAS IV/6.6) Make Type 21.4 Satellite EPIRB. (SOLAS IV/6.4) 21.4.1 Remote activation of a satellite EPIRB. Yes No 21.4.2 Additional Satellite EPIRB, when item 22.5.1 above is ‘‘No’’. Fitted N/A Kind VHF EPIRB 406MHz EPIRB Make Type Serial No. Date of Manufacture or Installation Approved by Fitted Position Lanyard Good NG Visual Inspection Good NG Self-test Routine Good NG Assigned EPIRB ID Decoded EPIRB ID (15-Digit Hexadecimal Code) 406MHz emission by test mode Good NG 121.5MHz emission by test mode Good NG Battery Expiry Date Expiry Date Type Release Device Expiry Date Type Condition Good NG 406MHz emission Good NG 121.5MHz emission Good NG Documents Yes NO Remounting Condition Good NG (Due date of next SBM) 21.5 Two-way on-scene radiocommunications for search and rescue purposes using the aero- nautical frequencies 121.5 MHz and 123.1 MHz. (SOLAS IV/7.5)
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