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The worlds most compact Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon

Ocean Signal/EPIRB1

*30{4da36bcbe167e387e9aa5a54ebb05b69b2aee799d82e7b268e6a4fe6b2a8942f} smaller, compared to other products approved to recognised standards (July 2014) † Subject to warranty statementThe rescueME EPIRB1 provides peace of mind with an impressive 10 year battery life. The world’s most compact EPIRB can always be on hand, as its small size allows it to be easily retained within its quick release bracket or placed in an emergency grab-bag or life raft.EPIRB1-dimentionsA simple protective tab over the operating keys prevents inadvertent activation, yet allows for easy operation when required. The rescueME EPIRB1 also features two high brightness strobes to maximise visibility in low light conditions.The retractable antenna provides maximum protection and a reduced outline for stowage. When required the antenna is easily deployed with a gentle pull.For longer offshore or ocean passages, the Ocean Signal E100G EPIRB offers an exceptional 96 hour operational life with the option of an automatic release housing (mandatory for vessels approved under SOLAS regulations).

Technicial Specifications

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  • 5 year warranty

  • Retractable antenna

  • Auto activates on immersion
    Not available in Australia and New Zealand

  • Homing Beacon to aid final location by search and Rescue craft

  • 10 year battery life

  • Fast accurate positioning

  • Manual release bracket

  • Link via satellite to Emergency Services

  • Class 3 approved (Australia/New Zealand Only)

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  • 10 year battery life

  • 48+ hours operational life

  • 5 year warranty †

  • Fast accurate positioning with 66 channel GPS

  • Retractable antenna

  • Quick release bracket

  • Secure lanyard


When I register my EPIRB or PLB is the 0 in the 15 digit HEX ID (UIN) the number 0, or the letter O?

The HEX ID consists of the numbers from 0 to 9 and the letters from A to F only. The character 0 is the number zero.

Disposal of of EPIRBs and PLBs

Care should be taken when disposing of your PLB or EPIRB when it is no longer required.  False alerts from discarded beacons can cause rescue authorities to expend much time and effort in locating discarded EPIRBs or PLBs that have accidentally activated.  Please ensure that care is taken to completely deactivate the beacon and advise the registration authority that the beacon is no longer in service.

It is recommended to remove the battery from the beacon by removing the case lid.  Dispose of the battery in accordance with local waste regulations.  Please note that Ocean Signal beacons are not user serviceable and removing the lid will invalidate the warranty.


406.040MHz, 12Watts (Max EIRP)

up to 48hrs at -20°C (-4°F)


121.5MHz, 50mW nominal

-20°C to +55°C (-4°F to +131°F)

Cospas Sarsat T.001/T.007 IEC61097-2, RTCM SC11000, IC RSS287

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