An AIS man overboard (MOB) beacon uses an AIS signal to transmit the position of a person overboard to all vessels equipped with an AIS receiver or transponder. An AIS SART can be used to locate a life raft or lifeboat in an emergency situation.

An AIS SART with its position close to the waterline and limited 2W output would typically have a maximum range of 5-6NM. A MOB device would typically have a range of 2-3NM.

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“AIS SART Alarm — Connects to any of our AIS devices and detects a SART target — ideal for use as a MOB system with personal SARTs.”



“The AIS MOB100 is an ultra compact AIS MOB beacon/SART.  Its designed for manual or auto activation from a lifejacket and when triggered will send the casualty position 8 times a minute to any AIS equipped vessels or shore stations. Range is typically 5-10NM.”



“IMO Compliant AIS SART with the latest technology, performance and great value.”