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OLAS MOB Alert Wrist tag

OLAS MOB Alert Wrist tag

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£49.95
Product code: 590109
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The OLAS tag is a compact, ‘Smart’, man overboard system. It can be easily attached to adults, children, pets and objects such as overboard floatation devices. The tags connect to the OLAS application on a mobile device.

Within 8 seconds of the man overboard incident occurring, the OLAS mobile application technology detects a break in its ‘virtual tether’ to the tag. The mobile phone(s) then sound a loud alarm, alerting crew to the fact someone is overboard. OLAS then aids the crew with the MOB recovery, clearly directing them to the GPS location where the MOB occurred with clear visual signals and bearing data. OLAS stores all location data and time of incident required by the rescue services.

Now available as a fully integrable option into the ErgoFit+ lifejacket (550389) – taking man overboard technology to the next level

KEY FEATURES

The longest battery life - 4 months
The most versatile attachment solution - Watch, lifejacket, MOB
device with 1 strap
Cost effective crew tag and portable man overboard alarm
Additional navigation features including SOG, COG, bearing to waypoint, course to steer and a compass
Connect up to 6 tags to 1 phone or tablet
Connect 1 tag to multiple phones / tablets
Low battery alert

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My husband often takes his boat out alone. Would the phone with the app need to be within a certain range of the device to be alerted?

This product is designed to allow somebody who is on the vessel, for example sleeping down below, to be alerted to the fact that somebody has fallen overboard. It is not designed to work in your situation unfortunately, where you are not located on the vessel. It may be worth looking at a personal EPIRB, that your husband could activate should he fall in to the water. This would alert the coastguard, and the built in GPS would provide a position to them as well. I would recommend something like the Ocean Signal PLB1 or the ACR ResQLink+.

15/5/19

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