M100/M100X

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M100/M100X

The M100 and M100X MSLD (Maritime Survivor Locating Device) from Ocean Signal has been designed to meet the needs of the professional marine market and its offshore workers. The M100 and M100X can be fitted to a life jacket or immersion suit and will automatically activate on inflation of the jacket or on submersion when […]

AIS Alarm Box

AIS Alarm

The AIS alarm box is designed to ensure that the moment any AIS MOB or AIS SART signal is received an audible alarm is sounded ensuring everyone on the vessel is alerted to a possible MOB or a crew in need of rescue. Its simple design, compact nature and use of NMEA 0183 means that […]

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EDF1

The rescueME EDF1 electronic distress flare offers users a safe and long-lasting solution to visual signalling in an emergency. The unique lens design combined with the use of advanced LEDs and highly efficient circuit technology ensures a constant level of light output throughout the life of the user replaceable battery. The light output is a […]

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EPIRB1

*NEW* The world’s most compact EPIRB with 66 channel GPS.
Class 2 manual and water activation
Class 3 manual activation (Aus/NZ only)

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MOB1

*NEW* The world’s smallest AIS MOB device with integrated DSC. It is compatible with even the most compact inflatable life-jackets for rapid local rescue.

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V100 VHF

The Ocean Signal range of waterproof VHF hand portable radiotelephones compliant with the requirements of the GMDSS

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S100 SART

The Ocean Signal SafeSea S100 Search and Rescue Transponder (SART) is a dedicated radar transponder which complies with IMO SOLAS regulations.

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E100/E100G

Ocean Signal has developed the SafeSea E100 & E100G EPIRBs to meet the needs of all commercial, fishing and deep sea recreational vessels.

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PLB1

Whether on land, sea or air, the rescueME PLB1 provides the assurance that the global rescue services can be rapidly deployed