The SAILOR SC4000, by Cobham, is a satellite phone system designed for use on vessels of all sizes and types. Leveraging the Iridium satellite network, the SC4000 provides voice connectivity anywhere on the globe, at a low cost. It is easy to install and operate, with only three main components: the antenna, the handset, and the transceiver.
The antenna is small, slimline, and extremely weather-resistant, due to a lack of moving parts and a glass-enforced epoxy coating the helix construction throughout.
The handset (SAILOR SC4150) is an intelligent handset with a large LCD screen and an easy-to-use menu. It stores as many as 100 contacts, has a repeat call function, and a call log. The quality loudspeaker makes sure that you can easily hear calls anywhere onboard.
The transceiver (SAILOR ST4120) is the central hub of the SAILOR SC4000 phone system. It provides easy access to the SIM card reader, making it easy for crew to insert their own SIM cards. It is built into a metal protective housing, allowing for professional maritime installations.