Receiver of distress signals MOBOS

Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ
Safety at sea - System Man Overboard - MOBOS - SEAREQ

Mobos ® means Man-Overboard-System (System Man Overboard).
The mobos equipment allows you to locate independently, one or more crew members fell overboard, fitted with a beacon mobos. This system allows to make the relief and assistance of a man overboard, efficient and fast.

€1,448.00 Tax included
Available on order

Depending on the type of life jacket that you use, the MOBOS® beacon is available with either a manual or automatic activation device.

The beacon can be easily attached to an automatic lifejacket (even with a lifejacket to SOLAS standards, narrow waist) without hindering the movement of the skipper.

The beacon MOBOS® will automatically activate the trigger of the lifejacket (self inflating).

The tag can also be carried in his pocket, itself attached to a lifejacket.

The MOBOS® beacon is powered by standard batteries, which can be easily replaced by the user.

The MOBOS® tag has a robust construction: the antenna is protected by this design, the housing has been carefully designed to be shock resistant and without sharp edges.

Mobos The receiver is available in a box to suitcase size, it is waterproof, comfortable and convenient.

On request, the mobos receiver is available in a format to be integrated into a dashboard.

Regardless of the model chosen, the receiver's display screen, mobos always give accurate information about the position of man in the sea. The information is concise, simple and understandable even under stress!

Operation mobos system:

1. mobos receiver on the boat determines its position using GPS satellites. Thus the receiver is ready to receive distress signals from mobos distress beacon.

2. activation of an EPIRB mobos, a flash light signal is triggered and directly transmits the alert mobos receiver. The crew is instantly informed of the emergency. The mobos EPIRB begins to determine its own location using GPS satellites.

3. Once the GPS position of the specified tag mobos, the coordinates are automatically transmitted by radio frequency (UHF) receiver at mobos

immediate rescue without looking!

The accurate information provided by the receiver mobos enable rapid rescue without human research to the sea. The skipper receives clear information about the position of the victim.

multiple alerts simultaneously!

If more people fall into the sea and each mobos tag transmits a warning signal simultaneously, the mobos receiver is able to receive, evaluate and view all alerts simultaneously.

In this case, the receiver shows on its mobos

screen all relevant data concerning the distance, bearing and GPS position of each member of the crew adrift.

Continuous updating of mobos tags!

The mobos tag relays all its GPS location

15 seconds. So the crew is updated permanently

as regards the position (s) of person (s) who is in distress man in the sea.

SEAREQ
1401-1

Data sheet

Feature Specification
Type of use Nautical
Manufacturer warranty 2 years
Return policy Withdrawal period of fourteen (14) days (art. 9 of the Terms & conditions)
Refund in case of return Full refund within 30 days
Status of Vaïma Exclusive Distributor France and its overseas territories