PLB1

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

EPIRB1

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

MOB1

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.

EDF1

The rescueME EDF1 electronic distress flare offers users a safe and long-lasting solution to visual signalling in an emergency.

EPIRB1 Pro

The rescueME EPIRB1 Pro operates in the 406MHz satellite band. This band comprises the international distress frequencies that are constantly monitored by Cospas-Sarsat, the international search and rescue satellite operator, ensuring a rapid response when a signal is received, no matter where it is in the world.

EPIRB3

TherescueME EPIRB3 is a Category 2 406MHz global rescue beacon packing a host of features into a compact design including AIS technology. AIS provides local rescuers precise and reliable information on the current beacon position, speeding rescue operations. Additionally, Return Link Service (RLS) confirms that the distress message has been received. The inclusion of Near Field Communication (NFC) capability allows use of a smartphone app to monitor the EPIRB’s battery and other functions ensuring it is working properly.

PLB3

With the introduction of Automatic Identification System (AIS) functionality, Return Link Service (RLS) technology, and Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities in one 406 MHz Personal Locator Beacon (PLB), the rescueME PLB3 represents a significant step forward in the evolution of PLB’s.

S100 SART

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

V100 VHF

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

EPIRB3 Pro

The safeSEA EPIRB3 Pro is a 406MHz global rescue beacon that comes with an auto release float free bracket and packs a host of features into a compact design including AIS technology. AIS provides local rescuers precise and reliable information on the current beacon position, speeding rescue operations. Additionally, Return Link Service (RLS) confirms that the distress message has been received. The inclusion of Near Field Communication (NFC) capability allows use of a smartphone app to monitor the EPIRB’s battery and other functions ensuring it is working properly.

Latest News

Wharauroa – Drama results in rescue

Back country tramps are a regular activity for us. On Tuesday 19 September 2023 at about 4pm we were very close to completing a 2 day tramp on Mt Pirongia. Mt Pirongia is a very rugged bush covered area with a jumble of peaks, ridges, saddles and deep valleys. The weather on the day was […]

OCEAN SIGNAL LAUNCHES NEW EPIRB2 SERIES

The new Ocean Signal rescueME EPIRB2 and EPIRB2 Pro, the latest additions to the safety and communication specialist’s range of advanced safety beacons, are approved and available to the market. Now shipping to Ocean Signal distributors, the EPIRB2 units with Return Link Service (RLS) and mobile connectivity are full-featured and versatile options for leisure boat […]

406Day promotes EPIRB and Personal Locator Beacon safety

406DAY SIGNALS PRE-SEASON REMINDER OF LIFE-SAVING BENEFITS OF 406 MHz BEACONS

This April 6th, leading UK safety specialists Ocean Signal and Ocean Safety are joining forces for the 11th 406Day campaign to raise awareness about life-saving 406 MHz beacon technology.  The annual 406Day message promotes the importance of 406 MHz EPIRBs (Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon), PLBs (Personal Locator Beacon) and ELTs (Emergency Locator Transmitter), highlighting their […]