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ACR Electronics Pathfinder 3 Sart  Search AND Rescue Transponder ACR Electronics CW10019 ACR Pathfinder 3 SART, Survival Craft Radar Transponder for Sear
Product No. 2714Survival Craft Radar Transponder forSearch and Rescue operations Enhances radar returns with 12 intense blips whereby the first blip represents the SART Unit transmits through the 9.2-9.5 GHz band marine radar when interrogated by radar Vessel mounting bracket and collapsible pole stowed inside SART Exclusive ACR Test mode for visual/audible feedback High impact polystyrene case designed to withstand rugged environments Compact 12.5 x 3-in unit easily packs into life raft 10...

Part Number: CW10019
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About Cobham Life Support, ACR Products Cobham Life Support, ACR Products, designs and manufactures a complete line of safety and survival products including EPIRBs, PLBs, AIS, SARTs, Strobe Lights, Life Jacket Lights, Search Lights and safety accessories. The quality systems of this facility have been registered by UL to the ISO 9001:2000 Series Standards. Recognized as the world leader in safety and survival technologies, ACR has provided safety equipment to the aviation and marine industries as well as to the military since 1956. About Cobham plc Cobham plc is an international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced aerospace and defense systems for land, sea, air and space. The company has four divisions that collectively specialize in the provision of components, subsystems and services that keep people safe, improve communications and enhance the capability of aerospace and defense platforms.
CAUTION: Before proceeding to install, test or use your new ACR Electronics product, please read this Product Support Manual in its entirety. If you have questions regarding the contents of the manual, please contact our Technical Service Department at ACR Electronics, Inc., Telephone +1 (954) 981-3333. Please be ready to provide the technician with the page number you wish to discuss. If you have a question that is not covered in the manual, please visit our website and access the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section for further information or call our Technical Service Department. The website address is If in the future you lose this manual, you may access and print a replacement on the ACR website.


Table of Contents
SECTION 1 - HOW THE PATHFINDER3 WORKS ___________________ 1 SECTION 2 - PREPARING TO INSTALL ___________________________ 2 SECTION 3 - INSTALLATION ___________________________________ 4 SECTION 4 - OPERATION _____________________________________ 7 SECTION 5 - MAINTENANCE _________________________________ 11 APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS _______________________________ 13 APPENDIX B - WARRANTY, USEFUL LIFE POLICY, NOTICES __________ 14
The PathFinder3 helps search and rescue services to quickly locate a life raft in the event of a rescue at sea. The SART can either be stowed in a life raft, or mounted next to emergency exits and then carried to the life raft in an emergency. During an emergency, simply switch the SART on. When a vessel or aircraft with marine X-band radar comes within 5 to 7 nautical miles of the life raft, the SART generates a distinctive distress pattern on the radar screen (see Figure 1). The ships radar signal guides the rescuers directly to the SART.
Figure 1- Radar Distress Pattern A SART is a Search and Rescue Transponder that provides location information to search radars operating in the X-band (9.2 9.5 GHz). Once activated, the SART detects the radar signal of the search craft and sends a series of response pulses to the radar of the search craft, which in turn causes a series of 12 equally spaced arcs to appear on the radar display (see Figure 1). The arcs indicate the range to the SART location. The rescue craft follows the direction shown and proceeds to the SART. Note that the number of viewable dots, as shown in Figure 1, is dependent on the radar setting, the range scale and the distance to the SART.

To achieve the maximum useful range, the SART must be mounted at least 3.3 feet (1 meter) above sea level. Increasing the height of the SART antenna will increase the range. For example, lashing the SART to the top of a pole or an oar in the survival craft will increase the height and thus the range. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) requires all vessels of more than 300 GRT to carry at least one SART and vessels 500 GRT and over must carry at least two SARTs, while RoRo Ferries are required to carry one SART for every four survival crafts. Figure 2 shows the key features of your PathFinder3 SART. The blue activation switch ring is located under the white top cap. Located in the middle of the switch ring is a red pull tab that must be removed to activate your SART. The pull tab locks the switch ring in place and stops the SART from accidentally being placed in the ON position. Turning the switch ring to the left allows you to test the SART. When held to the left, the SART will beep once and continue to flash every four seconds. When released, the switch ring will return to the OFF position. TEST mode is identical to ON mode and will generate a distress pattern on any radar within range. Use TEST mode carefully to avoid false alarms. To activate your SART in times of emergency, turn the blue activation switch ring to the left into the test position and remove the red pull tab by pulling down on the lanyard attached to the tab. Turn the blue activation switch ring to the right and into the ON position (see the OPERATION section complete activation instructions). When first turned ON, the SART will beep once and continue to flash every four seconds. The SART is now operational. When responding to radar, the red light flashes every 1 second and the SART will beep every second. For best results a telescopic pole is supplied in the base of your SART allowing mounting 1m (3.3 ft) above sea level.
Unpacking the PathFinder3 Before proceeding with the installation of the PathFinder3, please verify that the content of the box includes the following: Quantity Item PathFinder3 search and rescue transponder Mounting bracket Product Support Manual Warranty card
If you do not have all of the items, please call ACR Technical Service at +1 (954) 981-3333.

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Controls and indicators

Antenna Pull Tab Lock

Activation Switch Ring Pull Tab
Control and Battery Housing
Hanging Lanyard Lanyard Spool
Telescopic Pole Rotate bottom cap to release lanyard and telescopic pole Figure 2

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Vessel name The SART label has a space where the vessel name is marked (see Figure 3). This can be done as follows. With an indelible pen, write the vessel name directly onto the SART. Note, however, that some indelible inks will fade when exposed to strong sunlight, so a ultra-violet (UV) resistant pen is recommended. If the full vessel name will not fit in the space provided, use a recognized abbreviation or the vessel's call sign instead. Name/Vessel Registration Nom/Enregistrement De Navire Vessel Name Here Figure 3


Life raft stowage The SART can either be stowed in a life raft or lifeboat or it can be installed next to an emergency exit for carriage to the life raft in an emergency. For life raft stowage the SART should be positioned for easy access in an emergency. If the SART is hidden from view then labels should be used to show its position. For inflatable life rafts the mounting bracket should be discarded to avoid the risk of damaging the life raft.
CAUTION: Do not: Tie lanyard to vessel Cover or obscure the SART Apply paint to SART Vessel Mounting To deploy the PathFinder3 on board a distressed vessel, rather than a life raft, hang SART near vertical as high as possible, with a clear view of the horizon. The SART must not be obscured by metal bulkheads etc. Site selection The SART should be mounted inside the vessel, next to an emergency exit. Some ships require 2 SARTs, one by a port exit and one by a starboard exit. Mount each SART as follows: Mount in plain view, at a convenient height, so that all crew can easily remove the SART. Position at least 1 meter from the ships compass.

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CAUTION: Keep this SART at least 3 feet (1 meter) away from all magnetic sources, stereo speakers and compass installations. Installation The SART mounting bracket should be bolted to a bulkhead using four (4) suitable M6 (1/4") bolts. Mounting hardware for the bracket is not included. Hardware required depends on the bulkhead material and its thickness. Bracket mounting holes and SART mounting details are shown in figure 4. To install the PathFinder3: Remove SART from its packaging and check for shipping damage. Perform the SART test (see Maintenance section for the procedure). Select a position for SART Mounting allowing sufficient space for the assembly. Drill holes to dimensions shown on Figure 4. Place bracket in position and secure to bulkhead as follows: Remove the SART from the bracket. Position bracket at the correct position for maximum visibility Mark position of bracket fixing holes. Drill holes to suit mounting fixtures. Secure bracket to bulkhead. Mount SART on the bracket (see figure 4). Secure SART with Velcro strap.


Figure 4: Installing the SART


Sequence of Operations The SART has primary and secondary indicating systems: The primary system is the indicator lights and the secondary system is the buzzer. When the switch is set to ON, the SART immediately enters the Test Mode. Here both the red light and the buzzer are tested. Note that in noisy environments it may be difficult to hear the buzzer. After approximately one second, the SART goes into receive mode. The SART remains in the receive mode until it detects a radar pulse. It then switches to the reply mode and transmits a series of pulses. These pulses will appear on the interrogating radar display as a series of arcs leading away from the SARTs position. Both SART lights flash rapidly and the buzzer emits a pulsed sound (beep) at approximately one- second intervals indicating the reply mode. This sequence is repeated each time a radar signal interrogates or transmits a valid radar signal to the SART. When the radar signal interrogation stops, the SART automatically returns to the receive mode. With a fully charged battery the SART will operate in receive mode for a minimum of 96 hours. After this time period it will still respond to normal interrogation radar signals for an additional eight hours. Activation Remove the SART from the bracket. Activation of the SART is completed by using the three-position switch ring (TEST-OFF-ON), as shown in Figure 5. 1. Turn the blue activation switch ring to the left, placing the SART in test mode 2. Remove the red Pull Tab by pulling it down and completely out of the SART 3. Release the activation switch and guide it to the right until it is in the ON position i. The SART will beep once and flash every four seconds ii. The flashing red light indicates the SART is ON 4. Turn the bottom cap of the SART and deploy the telescopic pole to its maximum length of 3 ft. (1 meter). 5. Remove lanyard and secure it to the life raft.

When activated the SART has three modes of operation: Receive - waiting for a valid interrogation by a radar signal. Reply - replying to a valid interrogation by a valid radar signal. Test - self-test sequence that checks both indicator lights and the buzzer.
WARNING: The SART must only be activated in situations of grave and imminent danger.

Figure 5

Pole Mounted SART 1. The PathFinder3 is supplied with a telescopic pole to raise the SART one meter above sea level (see figure 6). 2. To operate, simply turn the bottom cap of the SART to release the pole. 3. Pull the pole downward and extend it to its maximum length. 4. To lock pole in position pull firmly across pole joints while twisting slightly. 5. Tie lanyard to life raft to allow retrieval should the SART fall into the water. 6. Push SART through life raft observation port and place foot of pole in pocket at base of life raft. 7. Use life raft ties to hold SART pole near vertical. 8. Ensure SART is not obscured by metal objects or inflatable radar reflectors. 9. Periodically check to see if SART is still vertical.

Figure 6

Hanging SART 1. If no pole is available, or if you prefer, you can suspend the SART from the canopy support using the additional lanyard loop provided (see Figure 7). 2. Loop the lanyard through the support strap in the life raft and secure firmly. 3. The SART should be as high as possible and at least 1m above sea level. Ensure SART is not obscured by metal objects or inflatable radar reflectors.

Figure 7

This chart is a summary of the procedures described below. Time interval Every two months Maintenance to do Visual inspection Battery expiry date check Pole operation check Lanyard check Safety lock check Confidence check Functional test

Every year

Every-two-months inspection The SART is a safety device; it must be regularly checked at least every two months as follows. 1.) Visually inspect the casing for cracks & punctures. 2.) Extend the pole and check that it operates correctly, and then return the pole to its housing. 3.) Check to ensure the tether lanyard is neatly bundled and firmly secured to the SART. Ensure the lanyard is NOT tied to any part of the vessel. 4.) Check that the battery expiry label shows sufficient battery life to cover the next routine voyage. 5.) Ensure the safety lock is in place and the integrity seal is not broken. Confidence check Push the switch ring to the left and into the test position and hold it there for 10 seconds. Confirm the SART does either (a) or (b) below, then release the switch. a) Beeps once and the red light flashes continuously every 4 seconds (no Radar within range). b) Beeps and the red light flashes every 1 second (answering radar). Multiple SART Interrogation Test If your vessel has two PathFinder3 SARTs on board they may be used to test each other. This test requires that each SART is held independently, 5 meters away from one another. Turn and hold one SART into the TEST position. It will beep once and the red light flashes continuously every 4 nd st seconds. Next place the 2 SART into the test mode. Confirm that the 1 nd SART beeps once every time the 2 SART is turned into the test mode. Repeat this sequence to test the 2

Functional Test Perform this test at least once a year. Get someone to watch the radar screen, while you take the SART to the ships bow or other location, at least 150m minimum from the radar antenna to the SART. Hold the switch in its TEST position for no more than 10 seconds. Confirm a "distress" pattern is generated on the radar screen. At close range the pattern often appears as a series of concentric circles. Servicing If the SART fails any of its bimonthly checks, the SART must be returned to the supplier or an approved service agent for investigation and/or servicing. If the battery is beyond its expiry date, the SART must be returned to a Battery Replacement Center for a battery change. The battery is NOT user serviceable; DO NOT attempt to change it. If the SART has been used in an emergency or its integrity seal is broken, then the SART must be returned for a battery change. Battery Pack Replacement Regulations require that the battery pack be replaced every 5 years. NOTE: The battery pack must be replaced if the SART has been used in an emergency or if the SART has been activated inadvertently (integrity seal broken). WARNING: The battery pack cannot be recharged; attempts to recharge the battery pack could result in an explosion or fire. Replacement of the SART battery pack must be performed by ACR or by an authorized ACR Battery Replacement Center. The cost of this replacement is the responsibility of the owner. See the ACR website for contact information of Battery Replacement Centers. Transportation Your SART contains a lithium battery. For shipping and MSDS information, visit the ACR website at You may also call ACR Technical Service at +1(954) 981-3333.
Approvals Approvals MED: EC Type Examination Certificate Number: QQ-MED-22/08-01 FCC ID: B66ACR-SART-PF-3 Industry Canada TAC No.:1322A-ACRSART3 Standards Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) according to Chapter 3 of IMO SOLAS IMO Resolution A.802(19) IMO Resolution A.694(17), Relevant parts ITU-R M.628-3 IEC 61097-1: 2007 IEC 60945: 2002, EMC Clauses Part 80 of the FCC Rules NOTE: For all other type approval information, please visit our website at Antenna Polarization Azimuth beam width Vertical beam width Transmitter Frequency Response delay Forward sweep time Return sweep time Power output Receiver Effective sensitivity Battery Receive mode operation Reply mode operation Horizontal Omni-directional within 2 dB 12.5 9.2 GHz to 9.5 GHz 0.5 s 7.5 s 1.0 s 0.4 s 0.1 s 400 mW EIRP -50 dBm 96 hours minimum 8 hours continuous while being interrogated by an Xband radar with a pulse repetition frequency of 1 kHz (at extreme temperatures). 5 years -4F to +131F (-20C to +55C) -22F to +149F (-30C to +65C) 18 in (459 mm) excluding pole 3.5 in (90 mm) mid body 1.5lbs (684 g) including pole 10 m Meets the applicable requirements of (BS) EN 60945: 1997

Battery life Environmental Operating temperature Storage temperature Physical Length Diameter Weight Lanyard Length Electromagnetic compatibility
Limited Warranty This product is warranted against factory defects in material and workmanship for a period of 1 (one) year* from date of purchase or receipt as a gift. During the warranty period ACR Electronics, Inc. will repair or, at its option, replace the unit at no cost to you for labor, materials and return transportation from ACR. For further assistance, please contact our Technical Service Department at ACR Electronics, Inc., 5757 Ravenswood Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-6645. Fax: +1 (954) 9835087, Telephone: +1 (954) 981-3333, Email:,. This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident or misuse, or as a result of service or modification performed by an unauthorized factory. Except as otherwise expressly stated in the previous paragraph, THE COMPANY MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER MATTER WITH RESPECT TO THIS PRODUCT. The Company shall not be liable for consequential or special damages. To place the warranty in effect, register online at or return the attached card within 10 days. *Five years for the following products: EPIRB, PLB, S-VDR, SSAS. Useful Life Policy The typical service life of a properly maintained Product is limited to 12 years from date of manufacture. Products that are 12 years and 1 month or older from date of manufacture will not be serviced by ACR or our Battery Replacement Centers. A Product that is 12 or less years old from date of manufacture will be serviced as long as the unit appears fit to be placed back into its final operational cycle. Service includes the replacement of those items that must be replaced at service intervals and the verification that the device appears to be in good mechanical and electrical working condition by an ACR authorized service technician. Notices ACR Electronics diligently works to provide a high quality Product Support Manual, however, despite best efforts, information is subject to change without notice, and omissions and inaccuracies are possible. ACR cannot accept liability for manual contents. To ensure that you have the most recent version of the Product Support Manual, please visit the ACR website at 2008 by ACR Electronics, Inc., part of Cobham plc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is permitted only with permission of ACR Electronics, Inc. Ongoing product improvements may change product specifications without notice. Ongoing product improvements may change product specifications without notice. Trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Y1-03-0170G 14

ACR Electronics hereby declares that the following product is in conformity with Council Directive 96/98/EC of 20 December 1996 on Marine Equipment (MED) last amended by Commission Directive 2008/67/EC of 30 June 2008, and has been type examined as described in this Declaration. In accordance with the Directive, the product will be marked with the MED Mark of Conformity as follows: 0735 yy
yy = Last two digits of the year in which the mark is affixed
Product: 9 GHz Search and Rescue Transponder (SART), MED Item A.1/4.18 Trade Names: ACR PathFinder3 SART, ACR TelluSART Mk 3 SART Model: SART-3 Notified Bodies: QinetiQ, Notified Body No. 0191 Cody Technology Park, Ively Road, Farnborough Hampshire, GU14 0LX, United Kingdom EC Type Examination (Module B) Certificate No.: QQ-MED-22/08-01R Bundesamt fr Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH), Notified Body No. 0735 Bernhard-Nocht-Str. 78, 20359 Hamburg, Germany EC Quality System (Module D) Certificate No.: BSH/4613/05102/1251/09 Regulations and Standards:


IMO Resolution A.694(17) IMO Resolution A.802(19)
ACR Electronics Inc. 5757 Ravenswood Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 USA European Representative:
IEC 61097-1 (2007-06) IEC 60945 (2002-08)
ACR Electronics Inc. (European Office) 1 Rose Cottages, Pitmore Lane, Sway, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 6BX UK
Signed on behalf of ACR Electronics Inc. Signed: Name: Title: Kerry Greer Date: Executive Director Research & Development December 18, 2009

Document SART-3-003

This Declaration complies with ISO/IEC 17050-1:2004
ACR Electronics, Inc. is registered by UL to ISO 9001:2000
Toxic or Hazardous Substances or Elements Hexavalent Chromium (Cr6+) Component Name Printed circuit assembly Battery pack assembly Antenna Assembly Lead (Pb) X X X Mercury (Hg) O O O Cadmium (Cd) O O O O O O O O O O O O Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB) Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE)

O: Indicates that the toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this component is below the limit requirement in SJ/T113632006 X: Indicates that the toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials used for this component is above the limit requirement in SJ/T113632006 Assemblies include population of components, solder and interconnects.
Product Marking Explanations
In accordance with the requirements specified in SJ/T113642006, all ACR EIPs sold in the Peoples Republic of China are marked with a pollution control marking. The following marking applies to ACR products.
This marking indicates that some homogeneous substance within the EIP contains toxic or hazardous substances or elements above the requirements listed in SJ/T113632006. These substances are identified in Table 1.
Environmentally Friendly Use Period
The number in the marking, shown as 20 in the illustration above, refers to the EIPs Environmentally Friendly Use Period (EFUP). The EFUP is the number of years from the date of manufacture that toxic or hazardous substances or elements contained in EIPs will not leak or mutate under the normal operating conditions described in the EIP user documentation, resulting in any environmental pollution, bodily injury, or damage to assets. Note Except as expressly stated herein and as required under mandatory provisions of regulations of the Peoples Republic of China, ACR Electronics Inc. makes no representation or warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, with respect to the EFUP and expressly disclaims any representations or warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to the EFUP.


(Pb) X X X (Hg) O O O (Cd) O O O (Cr6+) O O O (PBB) O O O (PBDE) O O O
O: SJ/T11363-2006 X: SJ/T11363-2006 ,

SJ/T11364-2006 ACR ACR

SJ/T11363-2006 1


20 (EFUP)

ACR Electronics Inc.



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