All you need to get started boating wireless!
With the MOB+ Basepack you get a MOB+ xHUB to install in the boat and an xFOB to wear as you like.
In a world where electronics surrounds us it’s almost incredible that the corded kill switch still exists: MOB+ is an electronically controlled, wireless kill switch which can be used on all boats. It has finally arrived, the kill switch which gives the user not only all the benefits of electronics but freedom and additional safety as well. We recommend using MOB+ on boats with size of 40 feet or less.
The corded kill switch is rarely used as it ties you to a very limited space onboard. With MOB+ Wireless Cut-Off Switch you regain freedom – without losing safety. The xFOB is your personal safety guard at sea. Being placed in the accompanying xBAND or xTAG, the xFOB unit does not inhibit any movement or motion. Should you fall into the water the engine(s) will stop in just one second.
In the zone
As long as you stay within wireless range you are free to drive your boat and move about as you feel like. Just relax as MOB+® cares for you if a MOB Event should occur.
In the water
If you were to fall overboard and still be within the wireless range of MOB+®, rest assured that the engine will stop anyway because the xFOB gets submersed in water, breaking the wireless signal.
Out of range
If you get out of the wireless range of MOB+®, whether by falling overboard in the water or going away from your boat on the docks, the engine will stop.
As you step aboard your boat, press the xFOB to connect to the xHUB. A green light and an audio signal will confirm the connection and the engine can be started. Should a fall over board occur the engine will be shut down, caused by the xFOB being under water or more than 50 feet from the xHUB. 6 seconds after shut down passengers can restart the engine to save the person in the water. When leaving the boat press the xFOB once to disconnect.
Up to 20 xFOBs can be stored per xHUB (if more than 20 are paired the first ones which were paired will be deleted).
Only one xFOB is connected at a time, but various users of the same boat can have their personal xFOB for when they are using the boat.