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Clipper MOBi Man Overboard Indicator

Clipper MOBi Man Overboard Indicator

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The Clipper MOBi Man Overboard Indicator consists of a base unit and up to eight active transponders for crew or valuable equipment.

Features

  • Failsafe Transponder Technology
  • Pin Code Identified
  • High Contrast Display With White Backlight
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MOBi Man Overboard Indicator

The MOBi is a state of the art, fail-safe transponder man overboard system. In operation the base station sequentially interrogates each transponder which then broadcasts its presence. In the event of a crew member falling overboard the drop in signal level is detected by the base unit which sounds a high intensity audible alarm. To aid identification of the missing crew member the base station continually displays the names of all the crew currently logged on, the signal levels of their transponder fob and their current status. Three AAA cells power each transponder for several weeks of continuous use. Should the base station be turned off the transponders will go to sleep with a life of several years.

Technical Specifications:

  • Current consumption 50mA at 12V + 50mA for backlight
  • Complete with 3 MOBi fobs
  • Waterproof fob uses standard AAA type batteries
  • Compact display size: 150 x 112 x 42mm
  • Fob weight:100 grams
  • Fob dimensions 77 x 47 x 38mm max with belt clip
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