EXPLORER 5075GX Portable Auto-Acquire Fly-Away System

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Description

The EXPLORER 5075GX is a rugged and portable auto-acquire Fly-Away system configured specifically for operation on the Inmarsat Global Xpress® (GX) network. The terminal is configured for commercial band operations and includes a fully integrated iDirect Core Module. The user friendly design allows operators with little satellite experience to access GX services within minutes.

Field communication

EXPLORER 5075GX provides crucial connectivity for a diverse user base including Defense, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Emergency Response, Media, Telemedicine, Insurance, Remote office, Energy and Mining.

Regardless of the application, EXPLORER 5075GX offers continuity of operations with remote videoconferencing and Internet cloud services including voice, radio, data, fax and live streaming/broadcast.

The EXPLORER 5075GX has an embedded WLAN Access Point and four LAN interfaces. The LCD display and a one-click auto-acquire enables the user to access the satellite network within minutes.

Rugged yet lightweight

The EXPLORER 5075GX weighs around 29 kg and comes in two rugged hard cases for Fly Away.  Each case is airline checkable and easy to carry along. The antenna is built from a firm carbon fiber composite, which gives high performance, yet is highly portable.

EXPLORER 5075GX's 4-piece reflector and base unit materials are a precise blend of lightweight design with strength and durability.

Features
  • Easy to set up and use
  • 4-Piece Carbon Reflector
  • 0.75 m Axis-Symmetric Reflector
  • IPX5-compliant Baseband Packaging
  • WLAN Access Point and LAN interface
  • LCD Display and Web-Based User Interface
  • 2 Case Solution, Airline Checkable

Specifications

Reflector

Size

75 cm

Optics

Axis-Symmetric

Construction

4-piece segmented

 

Mechanical

Axis Drive System

2-Axis Pointer

Mount Geometry

Elevation over Azimuth

Travel

Azimuth

Elevation

 

180° or ± 90° from stow position

0° to 90°

 

Weights & Measures (approximate)

Terminal

27.2 kg (60 lbs)

Transport inside case

 

Environmental

Wind Speed – Operational

48 km/h (30 mph), gusts up to,72 km/h (45 mph) (anchored)

Temperature – Operational

-25° to +55°C (-13° to +131°F)

Temperature – Survival

-40° to +80°C (-40° to +176°F)

Rain

Humidity

0 to 100% (condensing)

 

 

Antenna Characteristics

Feed

2 Port Circular

Frequency (GHz)

  • Rx
  • Tx


19.2 - 20.2
29 -30

Gain (dBi+ 0.2)

  • Rx
  • Tx



41.0
44.5

Axial Ratio (AR) (dB) w

  • Rx
  • Tx

 

<1.5
<1.0

Polarization

  • Rx
  • Tx

 

LHCP
RHCP

G/T – Comm @ 30” EL, Midband (dB/”K)

17.3

EIRP @ Midband (dBW)

51.5

BUC Power (P Linear) (Watts)

5



Power Requirement

  • 90 – 260 VAC
  • 18 – 32 VDC (optional)
  • 150W (max)

 

Product Downloads

Setting up the Cobham Explorer 5075 GX terminal (Video)