Mobeye solutions
for the maritime sector

Upon arrival at the port, you would like to find your boat in good condition. Ready to sail without any hassle. Mobeye offers practical solutions for monitoring the most important parameters on board and ashore.

Suitable for the maritime sector

We would like to inspire with examples of maritime applications of our products. Feel free to contact us for advice. Our team gladly thinks along!

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Complete boat security

The Mobeye CombiGuard, or “ShipGuard” (CM4600), has been developed especially for the maritime world. Monitoring off shore power, temperature, water, battery voltage, and other sensors.

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Full insight into battery voltage

The Mobeye CML4055 (“BatteryGuard”) prevents that the on-board batteries drain too much. With direct alarm at too low or too high battery voltage and a graph for the entire voltage course.

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I/O detectors

A modern ship has several devices on board. The potential-free inputs of Mobeye alarm devices check if they are functioning.

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Intruder alarm

Unfortunately, boats are vulnerable for burglary. Mobeye intruder protection alarms when an intruder steps on board.

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Temperature monitoring

To prevent frost damage on board, the Mobeye temperature monitors alarm. They are also usable at the shipyard during the construction process.

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Water detection

The biggest enemy of a boat is a water leak. Mobeye water reporters notice the water before bigger problems arise.

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On-board fire detectors

A local siren is often not sufficient. Mobeye 2G/4G Fire Alarm Kits report fire to contacts when they are not on the spot.

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Access control

An authorized person opens a barrier with a simple call to the Mobeye Call-Key.

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Product solutions
for the maritime sector

CM4600
Combination
CM4300FS
Water level
CM4300
Leakage
MCK100
Access
CM4000
Alarm
CM4100
Power
MiniPir
Burglary
CM4400
Smoke
MS100E
Telemetry I/O

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