The latest-generation maritime communication solution from JRC, is compactly designed, easy to install and puts high-speed connectivity right at your fingertips.
With JRC’s new JUE-501 main unit comes a whole new set of reliable interfacing, such as a dedicated non SOLAS voice distress port and an integrated WAN selector between JRC’s main unit and other communication devices, which switches the unit to a secondary network when the primary network is disconnected.
Optional junction board
In addition to the standard interface, JRC offers an optional junction board packed with a range of additional features. It has 4 telephone/fax lines (RJ-11), 4 external buzzers, 1 voice distress button, gyro and GPS input, remote power switch and multi-purpose dry contact ports.
The JUE-501 integrates a blockage setting which allows you to register up to 6 blocking areas such as the radar mast or funnel. When the line of sight to the satellite coincides with any of the pre registered blocking areas, the operator can easily recognize that there is a blockage and can take necessary action such as course change, to restore the connection.
With crew installation possible, you will save on installation charges and time in port – while keeping the same warranty conditions as before.
Remote maintenance System (RMS)
The JUE-501 supports RMS access via ISDN as well as over a dedicated JRC IP connection, which allows for remote maintenance of supported equipment via the Inmarsat satellite link. Additionally, JRC’s new Inmarsat C model, the JUE-87, can be used to poll the status of the JUE-501 from the shore, should the ships IP data connection be unavailable.
Advanced web interface
The JUE-501 Inmarsat FleetBroadband comes with an advanced web interface, built in as standard. This dedicated (Windows based) user interface brings together all operations. Think of it as the hub of your system – view everything and fully manage all operations with a few clicks. Below are just a few of the many features available:
Voice distress button
The JUE-501 will support Inmarsat’s voice distress service with an optional voice distress button, connected directly to the main unit. A voice distress call has the priority and pre-emption over any calls on the Inmarsat satellite network, guaranteed to get through to an appropriate Maritime Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC). The service is not currently GMDSS compliant.