The NAL 9602-LP is a self-contained unit designed with ultra-low power consumption electronics. The unit can send either a standard or a 256-bit AES encrypted GPS report and a pre-programmed interval ranging from once every four seconds to once every seven days, able to be changed remotely when the unit is in the field. The NAL 9602-A is a NAL 9602-LP with internal Iridium and GPS antennas.
|Dimensions||69mm x 55mm x 24mm (2.73" x 2.17" x 0.94")|
|Connectors||15-Pin D-Sub (DB15), 2 SMA female connectors (NAL 9602-LP variant only)|
|Inputs||RS232 Serial, 2x general digital inputs, distress input, test mode input|
|Buttons||Guarded SOS button, power on/off|
|Antennas||Built in GPS, built in Iridium (NAL 9602-A variant only)|
|Input Voltage||3.6V to 5.5V or 6.0V to 32V DC|
|Power Consumption||Less than 65uA @ 5.0VDC at standby|
|Power Sources||External DC power|
|Satellite Network||Iridium SBD via 9602 short burst transceiver|
|Operating Temperature||?40° to 85°C (?40°F to 185°F)|
|Operating Environment||? 75% RH|
|Other Certifications||FCC & CE|
Iridium offers truly global data communications coverage. Across land, sea and air including the Polar Regions, Iridium is ideal for industries such as maritime, aviation, government, emergency/humanitarian services, mining, forestry, oil and gas, heavy equipment, transportation and utilities. Iridium has 66 satellites in orbit around the Earth at all times, allowing coverage anywhere on Earth 24x7.
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