SM-3 SOLAS Lifebuoy Marker Light$169.95
The SM-3 SOLAS approved lifebuoy marker light is a high intensity LED strobe which provides 360° visibility for approximately 2 miles. This compact yet durable marker light facilitates rescue by automatically activating and beginning to strobe when in the water, working for over 40 hours at 30oC (86oF) or over 24 hours at -1oC (30oF). Perfect for commercial marine, petro-marine, cruisers, and any other application needing a reliable Crew Overboard Marker (COB) light, the SM-3 floats upright in all conditions, ensuring it will keep shining when you need it the most.
ACR OLAS CORE$159.96
The ACR OLAS CORE is a small, portable, wireless Man Overboard (MOB) Alarm system that triggers an instant emergency alert, within 4 seconds of a MOB incident. The CORE provides coverage for vessels up to 50 ft and the OLAS EXTENDER is an available option to expand coverage for vessels up to 100 ft. With the ability to connect to a total of 25 wearable OLAS Tags, OLAS T2 tags and/or OLAS Float-On transmitters, the CORE creates a virtual lifeline to your crew members and acts as your boat’s base station to monitor and alert the crew should one of the transmitters go missing. The CORE can also connect with the ACR OLAS mobile app which, in the case of a MOB incident, provides easy to read directional screens with a bearing and trackback to the point where the alarm was triggered. The app also provides essential MOB position and procedure prompt screens, supporting the crew during the stress of a recovery operation.
Losing a crew member overboard is every boater’s worst nightmare. The ACR OLAS CORE gives boaters complete confidence that in the event of a MOB incident, the entire crew is alerted instantly and can take immediate recovery actions. Consisting of an easy to install base station that can be permanently mounted or used as a portable solution, the CORE communicates wirelessly with all connected OLAS transmitters at the same time. Syncing transmitters is simple with a single button push that not only syncs the transmitter(s) with the CORE but also allows users to connect transmitters to the OLAS mobile app.
ACR OLAS Float-On
The ACR OLAS Float-On is a buoyant Wearable Crew Tracker that integrates OLAS (Overboard Location Alert System) technology with an LED flashlight and water-activated strobe. The ACR OLAS mobile application technology detects a break in its ‘virtual tether’ to the ACR OLAS Float-On within 8 seconds of a transmitter going missing. The mobile phone(s) then sounds an alarm and records the latitude and longitude of the incident using the phone or tablet’s GPS. ACR 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. ACR OLAS stores all location data and time of incident required by the rescue services. As an extra safety feature, in addition to the audible alarm on the mobile device, the strobe light automatically activates once the transmitter’s integrated water sensors detect six seconds of water connection. The high-power strobe flashes once every second for up to 20 hours, is visible up to 3 nautical miles away and provides an important additional safety tool for low light rescues.
ACR OLAS GUARDIAN$249.95
The ACR OLAS Guardian is a small wireless engine kill switch that acts within two seconds of a person going overboard. It has the dual function of also acting as an instant Man Overboard (MOB) Alarm system. OLAS GUARDIAN offers powerboat, motorboat, and RIB drivers the security of knowing that their boat will stop in an instant, should the skipper or crew get separated from the boat, reducing the chances of a serious accident from a loose, unmanned, uncontrolled vessel. They are free to move around their boat without constantly having to remember to attach, detach, and re-attach a physically wired kill cord. The GUARDIAN provides coverage for vessels up to 50 feet and is scalable via the use of the OLAS EXTENDER. Up to 2 OLAS EXTEDNERS can be used to cover vessels up to 100ft.
NOTE: As of April 1, 2021, the U.S. Coast Guard implemented a new law passed by Congress requiring the use of engine cut-off switches (ECOS) and the associated engine cut-off switch link (ECOSL) on recreational vessels. The law is relevant to all federally navigable waterways and specifically applies to recreational vessels with the following characteristics:
- Vessels less than 26 feet in length
- Vessels with an engine capable of 115 lbs. static thrust (approximately 2-3 hp)
- Vessels built in January 2020 or later
Exemptions to the Engine Shut Off System law are as follows:
- The law is not applicable to law enforcement or other government-owned vessels
- There is no requirement to wear the Engine Shut Off System link if either the main helm is installed within an enclosed cabin or if the vessel does not have an ECOS and is not required to have one
- The Engine Shut Off System link does not need to be attached/active when the vessel is operating at less than displacement speed (ie. the vessel isn’t operating on plane). This applies to common activities such as idling, docking/trailering, trolling, and operating in no-wake zones.
Pathfinder™ PRO SART$599.99
Stay safe at sea with the Pathfinder™ PRO Search and Rescue Transponder (SART). This SART complies with IMO SOLAS regulations, and has a superior lithium battery that provides over 96 hours of operating life in standby mode, and 12 hours of active operating life. The compact Pathfinder PRO comes with a sleek wall mount that keeps it out of your way, yet readily accessible in the event of an emergency. A SART is mandatory for all commercial vessels that must conform to GMDSS, and any vessel carrying more than one life raft.
Firefly® PRO SOLAS$69.99
The Firefly PRO Solas emergency strobe light boasts an all-new light output power management system that produces over 41 candelas of light per strobe for up to 56 hours of use (with AA lithium batteries). Using wide-light emission LEDs, it cuts through even the toughest conditions, creating a super-bright flash visible for over 3 miles.
The LED C-Light is a manually activated, steady-on personal distress light with dramatically improved operating life. This waterproof light is tiny yet rugged, and has a 20 lumen LED that typically operates for 30 hours continuously. The C-Light has been approved by USCG/SOLAS, and is activated manually with an easy twist on/off activation, making it an ideal light for all outdoor enthusiasts.
The LED C-Strobe is a manually activated personal distress strobe light with a dramatically improved operating life. This waterproof light is tiny yet rugged and features a 45 lumen LED that typically operates for 120 hours continuously. The C-Strobe has been USCG/SOLAS approved and is manually activated with an easy twist on/off activation, making it an ideal light for all outdoor enthusiasts.
The slim, lightweight and versatile design of the C-Strobe™ H2O can fit easily in a pocket or hang discreetly when attached to a life jacket or backpack. The flexible lashing loops on the side of the product allow for multiple mounting options including the webbing of your backpack or the straps on your life jacket. The C-Strobe H2O also comes with a clip designed to conveniently slide over your inflatable life jacket’s oral inflation tube so you can store the light inside your life jacket. With 3 modes of operation (strobe, steady-on, SOS), the C-Strobe H2O boasts a 45 lumen LED that typically operates for 120 hours continuously when in strobe mode. The light can easily be activated with a simple push of the on/off button or when in the armed position. It can also be activated automatically when immersed in water, making this strobe an ideal light for all outdoor enthusiasts. Plus, the C-Strobe is USCG/SOLAS approved, and features an impact-resistant case, making it a reliable, multi-purpose light whenever efficient distress lighting is needed.
WW-3 ResQ™ Whistle$9.95
Get attention when you need it with the WW-3 ResQ™ Whistle. This compact survival whistle was specially developed to locate boaters who’ve fallen overboard, but it can also aid in land rescues. The WW-3 ResQ issues a shrill dual-tone up to 100 decibels, which is audible over great distances. The unique, flat design of this whistle keeps it from holding water, and its 31.5 inch (80 cm) lanyard easily attaches to life jackets, rafts, and other weather gear. And, to top it all of, this rescue whistle was built to meet USCG requirements.