Pains-Wessex Manoverboard 360 with bracket [53771]


Pains-Wessex  Manoverboard 360

Manoverboard 360 53771-PP
Lifebuoy self-activating smoke signal with unique patented lighting system.

Pains-Wessex  Manoverboard 360

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The Pains Wessex Manoverboard 360 Lifebuoy Marker MK9 features a unique patented self-activated lighting system which far exceeds SOLAS requirements for light output and duration, and also provides 15 minutes of dense orange smoke. Suitable for use by day or night. The Pains Wessex Buoysmoke MK2 is identical except that it does not feature the lighting system.
Day and night signal attached to 4 kg Lifebuoy and used in emergency to mark position of a man overboard. Unique 360° collar of light. Provides 15 minutes of dense orange smoke. Far exceeds SOLAS requirements of 2 hours at 2 candela for light output and duration. Safe to use on petrol or oil covered water. Lithium battery sealed for life – no annual replacement. Automatic or manual deployment. Universal stainless steel mounting bracket. Tested to survive a 50m drop into water (SOLAS 30m). Ideal for use on ships or rigs with high freeboard.
Product Specification:

  • Height: 348mm (13.7)
  • Diameter: 182mm (7.17)
  • Weight: 3.5kg (7.66lb)
  • Lamps (bulbs): 2 x 2.5v 1.07A
  • Operating temp range: -1°C – + 30°C
  • Storing temp range: -30°C – + 65°C
  • Burning time: 15 minutes
  • Colour of light: white
  • Duration: 2 candela for 2 hours
  • Use with lifebuoy weighing: 4.0kg (8.1lb)
  • Attach to lifebuoy with line: 9.5mm diameter, 4m long


Weight 7.66 lbs


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