ACR 2886 AISLINK Personal AIS Survivor Recovery System


The ACR AISLink Personal Man Overboard Device (MOB) is a smart add-on to your marine safety equipment. The MOB is designed to be manually activated or attached to your inflatable life preserver and activated when it inflates. The AISLink transmits 8 per minute with an accurate location location using its internal GPS. AIS 

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AIS MOB devices transmit a localized signal alerting boats nearby of your situation. A nearby boat can usually get to you for rescue much faster than search and rescue.

Each ACR 2866 AISLink Comes with:

  • ACR 2886 MOB
  • Activation Tape 
  • Oral Mouthing Bracket
  • Life Jacket Fixing Buckle
  • Fixing Buckle Patch
  • Tether
  • 5-Year Warranty

Key Features

  • Manual or Automatic Activation
  • Internal GPS
  • Waterproof to 10 Meters
  • Perfect for Coastal Offshore use
  • 24+ Hours of Operational Battery Life
  • Size: “W x “H x “D

Weight 1.5 lbs




Factory Warranty


Battery Operating Life

Battery Shelf life (in-service life)

GPS Enabled




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