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Cobham Sailor Fleet One With IP Handset

The Smart and Affordable Terminal for Recreational & Small Fishing Vessels

The Fleet One service by Inmarsat makes satellite communications smart and affordable for smaller fishing vessels and recreational boaters in ways never before possible. Now Cobham, a leading maker of aerospace, orbital, defense and communications equipment has developed the rugged, lightweight and simple-to-operate Cobham Sailor Fleet One terminal to give you ultra-reliable Fleet One service in the coastal fishing areas, port-to-port routes and vast regions of near-shore & inland waterways that the maritime industry, smaller fishing vessels and recreational boaters routinely go.

With the Cobham Sailor Fleet One, you get:

  • Clear voice-calling from anywhere on the globe (except North and South polar regions)
  • High-speed data connectivity (up to 100 Kbps)
  • Reliable Inmarsat satellite service in all weather conditions
  • Ultra-lightweight design:
    • antenna: 8.7 lbs (3.94 kg)
    • terminal: 4.9 lbs (2.2 kg)
  • Ruggedized, ultra-reliable antenna unit designed to operate in extreme conditions
  • Special pricing plans to cover key-coastal-regions, specifically designed for small vessel operators to save money and keep costs low (see Map)
  • Direct access to INMARSAT’s 505 Safety Service – emergency calls go straight to a Maritime Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC)

Fleet One Coverage Map


Cobham Sailor One Specifications:

Standard IP:  Up to 100 Kbps

Voice:  4kbps AMBE+2

Antenna unit:Height:  29.19 cm (11.49 in)Diameter: 27.56 cm (10.85 in)Weight: 3.94 kg (8.7 lbs)Terminal unit: Length:  23.1 cm (9.1 in)Width:  27.8 cm (10.9 in)Height:  41.0 cm (1.6 in)Weight:  2.2 kg (4.9 lbs)
Terminal Unit Interfaces:             (2) RJ-45 Ethernet (PoE)(1) RJ-11I/O interface(1) Connector with (5) configurable inputs/output   Temperature:Antenna unit:Operational: -25° to +55 °C (-13° to +131 °F)Storage: -40° to +85 °C (-40° to +131 °F)Terminal unit:Operational: -25° to +55 °C (-13° to +131 °F)  Storage: -40° to +80 °C (-40° to +176 °F)

Included in the Box

  • SAILOR Fleet One Above Deck Unit
  • SAILOR Fleet One Below Deck Unit
  • Wired IP Handset with cradle
  • SAILOR Antenna Cable, 10 meter
  • SAILOR Fleet One CD rom w. Manuals & Guides
APPROVALSInmarsat Fleet One approved. Compliant to RTTE, CE Marked. Testet to FCC part 25
Rx1518 – 1559 MHz
Tx1626.5 – 1660.5 MHz, 1668.0 – 1675.0 MHz
Ch. spacing10.5 -189 kHz, Rx; 21 – 189 kHz, Tx
Ch. size1.25 KHz
Cable loss max/min20 dB at 1,62 GHz and 1.0 Ω DC loop resistance max. 3 dB at 36 – max. 4 dB at 54 MHz
DC input range (isolated)10.5V to 32V DC
Power (max), incl. antenna and PoE output120 W @ 10-32 V
Ambient Temperature-25 to +55°C
Storage-40 to +85°C
Survival (power on, non functional)-40 to +80°C
BDU operating humidity95% non-condensing at +40°C
ADU EnclosureIPX6
ADU operating humidity“Exposed” according to EN60 945
BDU enclosureIP30
Icing (survival)Max 25 mm
Vibration, operationalRandom spectrum 1.05 g rms x 3 axes: 5 to 20 Hz: 0.02 g2/Hz 20 to 150 Hz: -3 dB/octave
Vibration, non-operationalRandom spectrum 1.7 g rms 2 h x 3 axes (6 h total): 5 to 20 Hz: 0.05 g2/Hz, 20 to 150 Hz: -3 dB/octave
Roll+/- 30 deg. per. 4 s, max 0.7 g tan.
Pitch+/- 15 deg. per. 3 s, max 0.6 g tan
Yaw+/- 10 deg. per. 5 s, max 0.3 g tan.
Surge+/- 0.5g
Sway+/- 0.5g
Heave+/- 0.7g
Turning rate+/- 36˚/s; ACC 12˚/s²
Headway speed22 m/s (42 knots)
Wind100 knots
MECHANICAL SHOCK20g/11 half-sine
ADUTNC, female
BDUTNC, female
Standard IPUp to 100 kbps
Streaming IP
SMS (standard 3G)160 characters
Standard Voice4 kbps
Ethernet/PoE2 ports
Phone/Fax (2-wire)1 port
I/O Connector1 connector with 5 configurable inputs/outputs
Status LEDLED power indicator
SIM card slot1 SIM Card slot for Fleet One SIM card
RouterIntegral DHCP/NAT router
PBXBuilt-in PBX

Cobham Sailor Fleet One

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