Raymarine Life Tag Wireless MOB System
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  • Raymarine Life Tag Wireless MOB System

Raymarine Life Tag MOB System

Raymarine Life Tag's innovative wireless crew monitoring system saves lives at sea - should a person wearing a pendant fall overboard, an audible alarm sounds rousing crew to MOB recovery.

The Life Tag system works on a simple principle: two wireless pendants link to a base, each with a unique radio frequency signal. If any link is broken, the alarm sounds.

The Life Tag System integrates with Raymarine navigational instruments. Should any crew member lose contact from the base, the system instantly begins MOB protocol. An accurate mark on the GPS is taken the instant the Man-Overboard occurs, while chart-plotting and radar switch to close range navigation. MOB alert can also be manually triggered by pressing a button on any individual tag.

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  • The system includes 2 initial pendants for crew members. Up to 16 pendants can be programmed to any one base.
  • A 30 foot circumference is monitored from the base location
  • Additional bases can integrate into the same system for boats with larger crew or larger vessels requiring more range


Base Station  Specifications 
Power  8-16V DC external supply 
Ancillary Switch Output Rating  200mA at supply voltage 
Transmitted Power  1 mW 
Base Station Range to Tag Range  typically 9m (30 ft) 
Dimensions (WxHxD) mm  66 x 118 x 36 
Environmental  Specifications 
Operating Temperature Range  -15C to +55C 
Non-operating Temperature Range  -20C to +670C 
Humidity  Up to 95 percent 
LifeTag Pendant  Specifications 
Power  Non-rechargeable CR2 3V Lithium-battery - 2000 hr operational life 
Transmitted Power  1 mW 
Dimensions (WxHxD) mm  49 x 56.8 x 24.4 mm  
Maximum Number of Tags Per System  16 tags 
BRAND: Raymarine
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