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CAMINO-701

Competitive Contender in the Class!

The AMEC CAMINO-701 is an AIS Class A transponder for both SOLAS and inland vessels.

 

  • Fully compliant with latest IMO, IEC, and ITU standards
  • Support both SOLAS and Inland mode
  • Color 3.5” LCD display with intuitive display modes
  • Control knob and keypad for easy operation
  • USB and NMEA2000 connectivity ready
  • Multiple sensor input ports and bi-directional data ports

SKU Part Number:AMEC-A701-010

Overview

The AMEC CAMINO-701 is an AIS Class A transponder fully certified to the latest IEC 61993-2 Ed.32018, IEC 61162-1 2016, IEC 60945 Ed.4.0, 2002 incl. corr. 1, 2008 and other international standards. Built on field proven AIS expertise, CAMINO-701 is engineered to be excellently reliable – from solid reception and transmission of AIS data, great compatibility with bridge equipment to marine grade product design.

 

Designed for Safety at Sea

Intuitive and multi-lingual interface to display up to 500 AIS targets. Dangerous targets are alerted when the set CPA/TCPA filter limit is breached. Its internal diagnosis system checksconstantly to ensure sound operation.

 

 

More Safety for Others in Your Vicinity

SAR and MOB events can be easily located and tracked, particulary for those who are on your friend list. Simple access to SRM alerts keeps constant overview of distress around your vessel.

 

Ergonomic Input Interface

Dial knob and backlit buttons ensure easy operation in all situations.

 

Certified for SOLAS and Inland

Ready for operation both at high sea and in rivers.

 

Complete Connection Interface

NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and USB enable easy integration with other bridge devices.

 

Specification

APPLICABLE STANDARDS

IEC 61993-2 Ed. 3.0: 2018

IEC 60945 Ed. 4: 2002

IEC 61162-1 Ed. 5: 2016

IEC 61162-2 Ed. 1: 1998

IEC 62288 Ed. 2: 2014

IEC 61108-1 Ed. 2: 2003

IMO Resolution A.694 (17)

IMO Resolution MSC.191(79)

IMO Resolution MSC.74(69) Annex 3

ITU-R M.825-3: 1998

ITU-R M.1084-5: 2012

ITU-R M.1371-5: 2014

VHF TRANSCEIVER

Frequency Range

156.025 MHz ~ 162.025 MHz

Channel Bandwidth

25 KHz

Modulation

GMSK / FM

Data Rate

9,600 bps

Number of AIS Transmitter

1

Number of AIS Receiver

2

Number of DSC Receiver

1

AIS Channel 1

CH 87B (161.975 MHz)

AIS Channel 2

CH 88B (162.025 MHz)

Tx Power Output

1/12.5 Watt (30/33/41 dBm ± 1.5 dB)

Rx Sensitivity

< -107 dBm @ 20% PER

DSC RECEIVER

Frequency

156.525 MHz

Modulation

FSK

Channel Bandwidth

25 K

Sensitivity

< -107 dBm @ BER < 10-2

Spurious Response Rejection

≧ 70 dB for signal @ -104 dBm; BER ≦ 1 %

Blocking

≧ 84 dB for signal @ -104 dBm; BER ≦ 1 %

GPS RECEIVER (integrated)

Receiving Channels

50 channels

Tracking & Navigation Sensitivity

≧ -159 dBm

Reacquisition Sensitivity

≧ -159 dBm

Horizontal Position

< 2.5 m Autonomous
< 2.0 m SBAS

Receiver Type

SBAS: WAAS, EGNOS,MSAS, GAGAN

Receiving Channels

50 channels

POWER SUPPLY

Supply Voltage

12V / 24V DC

Power Consumption

Less than 9W average @ 12V DC;
Less than 65W peak power @ 12V DC

LCD DISPLAY

Screen Size

3.5” color TFT

Pixel Number (Resolution)

320 x 240

Viewing Mode

Basic coastline map/ Radar View/ Alphanumeric views /Satellite View

Dimmer Control

Step-less Setting

KEYPAD & ROTARY SWITCH

6 Keypads with Back-light

1 for SRM, 1 for Menu, 1 for Dimmer,
1 for ESC, 1 for Display, 1 for Nav. Status

Rotary Switch

Multi-Function

CONNECTION INTERFACE

GPS Antenna Connector

TNC (Female)

VHF Antenna Connector

SO-239 (Female)

Sensor Interfaces 1 to 3

IEC 61162-1 or -2

Pilot / Auxiliary

IEC 61162-2

External Display

IEC 61162-2

Long-range

IEC 61162-2

DGNSS correction input

RTCM-SC-104

Alarm relay

Normally closed

USB

Mini type B USB interface

NMEA2000

IEC61162-3

Alarm Output

Relay contact

ENVIRONMENTAL

Operating Conditions

IEC 60945 “protected” category

Operating Temperature

-15°C ~ 55°C

Operating Humidity

95% RH at 40°C

Waterproof

IPX4

PHYSICAL

Width

205 mm (8.07 inch)

Height

85 mm (3.35 inch)

Depth (include connectors)

173 mm (6.81 inch)

Weight

≦1.2 kg

 

In the Box

 

FAQ

Q1.CAMINO-701 seems to have difficulty working with specific older NMEA0183 devices like e.g. Furuno heading sensor. What to do?

Q2.Why can‘t I see my vessel on online AIS site such as www.marinetraffic.com?

Q3.CAMINO-701 receives AIS targets normally, but no one in the surrounding can see my vessel, why?

Q4.Can an antenna splitter be used for CAMINO-701?

Q5.What to do when an alarm is generated that antenna VSWR exceeds limit?

Q6.What is the range of CAMINO-701?

Q7.My CAMINO-701 AIS display is showing

Q8.How to display AIS Targets on your Macintosh via OpenCPN?

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