The MAK is a solar kit that houses an AIS AtoN device and its own solar power supply, thus completing a compact and self-powered unit.

The AIS AtoN device provides automatic information on the GPS position of the marine aid to navigation (AtoN); thus making easy the location and identification of buoys, beacons and lighthouses on a vessel or an AIS Base Station chart.

The MAK compact Kit is readily installed in any navaids station. Just fixing will be required and will be ready to go. It is ideal for those places without power system available where an AIS is required.

Our range of AIS AtoN complies with IMO, IEC, ITU and IALA Standards.

Technical specifications

The MAK Kit can house any type of the following AIS AtoN devices

MTA and

The AIS device transmits aids to navigation identification (AtoN) identification data on Message 21

Such as basic operating status information

Manufactured according to IEC AIS Aids to Navigation Standards

IEC 62320-2
IEC 60945
IEC 61108-1
IEC 61162-1/2
ITU-R M.1371-4
IALA A-126

Minimum energy consumption

<0.06 Ah/day, Type 1

Two versions are available:

MAK-1: Type 1, transmitter only
MAK-3: Type 3, transmitter-receiver

Capability of generating virtual and synthetic navaids (AtoN)

And also repeater function


Via software under Windows environment and commands via VDL radio

Position alarm generator by chain breaking

Only buoys

Remote Monitoring Centre Software

Via AIS available

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