Depress button for 3 seconds for DCS transmission of distress message. The Nautilus Lifeline will send GPS coordinates that will display on the other vessel's marine radios within 8 miles. Activate optional non-emergency group call with GPS coordinates and automatic channel switch for all Lifelines belonging to a specific dive boat or group.
We prefer to call this the diver position indicating light. Duel strobes will flash on the Nautilus Lifeline when in DISTRESS MODE which is especially useful after sunset.
The Nautilus Lifeline has the latest version Jupiter 3 GPS receiver displaying latitude and longitude on the LCD display.
Displays GPS position, signal lock, channel in use, battery remaining as well as volume, squelch, channel selection and GPS polling.
Press this button to turn radio GPS on to Ch16, the universal hail and distress channel worldwide on EVERY marine radio. Use this button to select alternate channels 09, 14 or other pre-selected channels. The Nautilus Lifeline has imbedded software that prevents an inexperienced user from inadvertently locking the channel up.
Pressing the Chat Button on the Nautilus Lifeline will turn the radio GPS on or switch to user selected marine VHF frequency. Use this button to change channels to any marine frequency. This is a fully functional marine VHF radio. Use both buttons together to adjust volume or squelch, select GPS polling or turn radio off.
The Nautilus Lifeline is waterproof to IP67 standards. Submersible to 3 feet (1 meter). The cap of your Lifeline can be opened on the surface (only) in any sea state allowing full use of all features.
Used for recharging the battery on the Nautilus Lifeline, downloading GPS log of dive sites onto Google map or interface for adjusting advanced settings.
1850 mAh lithium ion battery. The Nautilus Lifeline connects to any USB charger. 24 hours of battery life in DISTRESS mode.
VHF whip antenna. Waterproof to IP67 standards. Extend antenna for maximum range. Easy to stow when not in use. Range can be further extended by holding the Nautilus Lifeline above your head in the DISTRESS MODE.