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YOUR PERSONAL LIFEGUARD

Freedom with Safety! The MOB+ is a life-saving safety device for your boat. Connect up to four people at the same time!

SECURE EVERYONE ONBOARD

The MOB+ provides greater freedom of movement than a traditional kill switch lanyard, and stops the engine should you fall overboard. Up to four xFOBs can be connected to the xHUB™ at the same time, with one unit acting as the captain’s stop unit, and the additional three as alarm units for passengers.

xTAG Clip-On

Clip-on, belt and garment

xTAG Lanyard

Floating Lanyard

xBAND

Universal Fit - Various Colors

MOB+

Always On - Never Intrusive

LIFE-SAVING DEVICE

The MOB+™ Wireless Man OverBoard system is an innovative, ABYC compliant, life-saving safety device for your boat. It provides greater freedom of movement than a traditional kill switch lanyard, and stops the engine should you fall overboard. Up to four xFOBs can be connected to the xHUB™ at the same time, with one unit acting as the captain’s stop unit, and the additional three as alarm units for passengers.

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

Should you fall overboard the MOB+ will stop the engine because the wireless connection is lost when submerged in over 4 inches of water, even if you are still within 50 feet of your boat.

OUT OF RANGE

If you get out of the wireless range of MOB+, whether by falling overboard in the water or walking away from your boat on the docks, the engine will stop.

Unparalleled Quality

MOB+™ sets a new standard for wireless kill switches and safety onboard. MOB+ is developed to provide 100% reliability and stop your engine in just one second should you fall over board. The WiMEA® Protocol is revolutionary wireless technology developed specifically for this purpose; to give boat drivers freedom and safety. Developed specifically for harsh marine environments, our patented Wireless Marine Electronics Algorithm (WiMEA®) delivers a consistent and trouble free wireless connection. Our design incorporates completely sealed electrical components that will stand up to sun, salt, and repeated exposure to water.

Pioneering Technology

Antenna Diversity

The WiMEA® Protocol operates across several frequency channels and has 4D Antenna coverage to avoid interference and unintented signal blocking, which makes it virtually impossible for any other wireless system to interfere with the operation of a MOB+ system.

Antenna Diversity

The WiMEA® Protocol operates across several frequency channels and has 4D Antenna coverage to avoid interference and unintented signal blocking, which makes it virtually impossible for any other wireless system to interfere with the operation of a MOB+ system.

MULTIPLE FOB CONNECTIVITY

The MOB+ provides greater freedom of movement than a traditional kill switch lanyard, and stops the engine should you fall overboard. Up to four xFOBs can be connected to the xHUB™ at the same time, with one unit acting as the captain’s stop unit, and the additional three as alarm units for passengers.

Kill Switch Mandated by law

Several states in the US has established laws for wearing Engine Cut-off Devices. The MOB+ is approved as a full compensation for the "old" lanyard.

State Lanyard Laws

NEVADA

NEVADA

Nevada lanyard legislation since 2008. The law states the following:

Failure To Use Ignition Safety Switch is an operator not attaching the lanyard of an ignition safety switch to his or her person, clothing, or life jacket if the vessel is equipped with a switch and is moving at greater than “no wake speed.” In addition, the owner of a vessel that is equipped with an ignition safety switch may not operate, or let another person operate, the vessel if the lanyard is missing, not connected, or not working correctly.

ILLNOIS

ILLNOIS

Illinois lanyard legislation since 2010. The law states the following:

Lanyards or Engine Cut-off Devices: No person may operate any motor boat, including a personal watercraft or specialty prop-craft, equipped with an engine cut-off switch while the engine is running and the motorboat is underway, without verifying that the engine cut-off switch is operational and fully-functional and: (1) the engine cut-off switch link is properly attached to his or her person, clothing or worn PFD, as appropriate for the specific vessel; or (2) activating the wireless cut-off system. For the purposes of this section, “Engine cut-off switch link” means the lanyard or wireless cut-off device used to attach the motorboat operator to the engine cut-off switch installed on the motorboat. “Engine cut-off switch” means an operational emergency cut-off engine stop switch installed on a motorboat that attaches to a motorboat operator by an engine cut-off switch link.

ARKANSAS

ARKANSAS

Arkansas lanyard legislation since 2001. The law states the following:

gnition Safety Switches: Most PWCs and powerboats come equipped by the manufacturer with an important device called an emergency ignition safety switch. This is a safety device that is designed to shut off the engine if the operator is thrown from the proper operating position. A lanyard is attached to the safety switch and the operator’s wrist or PFD. The safety switch shuts off the engine if the operator falls off the PWC or out of the powerboat. If your vessel does not come equipped with an ignition safety switch, you should have one installed.

Always wear your lanyard when operating a PWC. In many states, it is illegal to ride your PWC without attaching the lanyard properly between the switch and yourself.

ALABAMA

ALABAMA

Alabama lanyard legislation since 1994. The law states the following:

A person operating a personal watercraft on the waters of this state that does not have self circling capability, shall have a lanyard type engine cutoff switch and must attach the lanyard to the person, clothing, or personal flotation device as is appropriate.

NEW JERSEY

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey established their lanyard legislation in 2009. The law states the following:

The operator of any vessel equipped with a lanyard cut-off switch shall wear the safety switch lanyard at all times when the vessel is in operation.

IOWA

IOWA

Iowa established their lanyard legislation in 2014. The law states the following:

Ignition Safety Switches: Most PWCs and powerboats come equipped by the manufacturer with an important device called an emergency ignition safety switch. This is a safety device that is designed to shut off the engine if the operator is thrown from the proper operating position.

A lanyard is attached to the safety switch and the operator’s wrist or life jacket. The safety switch shuts off the engine if the operator falls off the PWC or out of the powerboat. If your vessel does not come equipped with an ignition safety switch, you should have one installed.

If the PWC is equipped with a lanyard-type ignition safety switch, it must be maintained in an operable condition and must be attached to the person, clothing, or life jacket of the operator whenever the PWC is in use.