Product Overview

The AMEC CAMINO-701 is an AIS Class A transponder for both SOLAS and inland vessels. Fully MED certied by latest international standards, the AMEC CAMINO-701 is ready for your worldwide deployment.

Built on field proven AIS expertise, CAMINO-701 is engineered to be exceptionally reliable – from solid reception and transmission of AIS data, great compatibility with peripheral equipments to marine grade housing design

The combination of user-friendly interface and 3.5" color LCD make it the most intuitive device to operate. Diverse NMEA 0183 sensor ports, NMEA 2000, USB and pilot plug ensure easy integration with existing board system.

Applications

Key Features

  • 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
  • Compact and robust housing design

Dimensions

Dimension 1
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 IPX2

PHYSICAL
Transponder unit with MKD
Width 205 mm
Height 85 mm
Depth 173 mm (excluding connector)
Weight 1.2Kg
Junction Box unit
Length 166 mm
Width 86 mm
Height 57 mm (excluding connector)
Weight 300 g

SPECIFICATIONS

APPLICABLE STANDARDS
IEC 61993-2 Ed. 2, 2012 IEC 60945 Ed. 4, 2002
IEC 61162-1 Ed. 4, 2010 IEC 61162-2 Ed. 1, 1998
IMO MSC.74 (69) Annex 3 ITU-R Recommendation M.1371-5, 2014
IMO Resolution A.694 (17): 1991 IEC 61108-1 Ed. 2, 2003
IEC 62288 Ed. 2, 2014 IEC 62388 Ed. 1
IMO Resolution A.694(17) IMO Resolution MSC.191(79)
IMO Resolution MSC.74(69) Annex 3 ITU-R Recommendation M.825-3
ITU-R Recommendation M.1084-5, 2012 ITU-T Recommendation O.153

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 (30/41 dBm ± 1.5 dB)
Rx Sensitivity < -107 dBm @ 20% PER

DSC RECEIVER
Frequency 156.525 MHz
Modulation FSK
Channel Bandwidth 25K
Sensitivity < -107 dBm @ BER < 10
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

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

Note: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.