Tron TR30 AIR Emergency VHF AM radio is the only approved emergency VHF AM radio in compliance with SOLAS 74 reg. IV / 7 MSC 80 (70).
Required by :
• SOLAS passenger vessels.
• Part of the MODU fleet (Mobile Offshore Drilling Units).
• Polar Coded vessels.
Tron TR30 AIR components
• User-friendly design.
• Optimized sound quality under all conditions – transmission as well as reception.
• Water-proof and floating with either battery (IP67).
• FCC and CE certified.
The Jotron Tron TR30 AIR Emergency VHF AM radio is delivered complete with a sealed emergency battery, test battery, hand strap and a holder for the radio and battery. The robust design more than meets the typical maritime requirements.
The added advantage with this radio is that it floats with either battery. An innovative noise cancelling microphone filters background noise and includes a high output loudspeaker. This combination provides clearer communication with Air Search & Rescue services in extreme environments.
The Tron TR30 AIR radio handset can be used with several optional waterproof speaker-microphone accessories for hands-free use during noisy aircraft operations.
Below are instructions for keeping the radio log and the radio operator’s obligation according to national and international regulation :
1. The radio log shall be kept in accordance with requirements in the Radio Regulation, SOLAS Convention, national regulations regarding radio installations and the STCW Convention (STCW 95 including the STCW Code) including relevant regulation regarding watch keeping on board passenger and cargo ships.
2. Unauthorized transmissions and incidents harmful interference should, if possible, be identified, recorded in the radio log and brought to the attention of the Administration in compliance with the Radio Regulations, together with an appropriate extract from the radio log (STCW Code BVIII/2 No. 32).
Emergency battery (orange) is a Lithium metal battery. This battery is specially designed for use in distress situation and cannot be recharged. Keep the Emergency battery in the RH-30 Holder, then it is easily accessible in a distress situation. Always bring a sealed Emergency battery with the radio when boarding a lifeboat or raft.