Cobham Sailor 4065 EPIRB (Automatic Release Unit)

Cobham Sailor 4065 EPIRB (Automatic Release Unit)
$533.00 (Ex. VAT)

The Cobham Sailor 4065 EPIRB uses the global Cospas Sarsat Satellite system to locate the transmission of the 406MHz frequency within 5km.

Activated manually as the press of a button or automatically by immersion in water. 

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The Cobham Sailor 4065 is a satellite distress beacon designed to operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat international satellite Search and Rescue system. 

Cobham Sailor 4065 Features: 


To activate this Cobham Sailor 4065, the EPIRB must be removed from it mounting bracket and manually pushing a button on top of the EPIRB or automatically by immersion of the water.

Strobe Light

Once activated, the EPIRB's high intensity strobe light will shine to aid Search and Rescue operators especially in poor visibility events. 

Global Distress Alerting

The global Cospas Sarsat Satellite system is able to locate the Sailor 4065 transmitting on the 406MHz frequency within 5km. Also, the121.5MHz homing beacon frequency is also able to aid the final location. 

Battery Life

The Sailor 4065 EPIRB has a battery life of up to 10 Years, but a health check is recommended every 5 Years. Once activated, the EPIRB wil operate and transmit your GPS location for a minimum of 48 hours. 


The beacon is programmed with a unique serial number, which must be registered with the national authorities. 

General Specifications
Dimensions 42.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 cm
Weight 110g
Operating Temperature -20°C to +55°C (-4°F to 131°F)
Storage Temperature -30°C to +70°C (-22°F to 158°F)
Activation Type Automatic & Manual

406.025 MHz 


Power output

406MHz - 5 Watts Nominal

121.5MHz - 100mW nominal

Strobe Light

3 High Intensity LEDs

23 Flashes per minute


Lithium iron disulphide

Operating Battery Life

48 Hours minimum

Standard Battery Life

Up to 5 Years

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