The Engine Inhibitor Unit is pre-assembled, self-contained, marine rated, and engine mounted. It can be installed in as little as 15-minutes and requires no additional materials or components for operation. It automatically inhibits the starter circuit when gasoline and liquid propane is sensed at 25% of combustion levels; and alarms the operator.
In the event of an equipment malfunction, the Engine Inhibitor Unit has a “Bypass” switch… with a trigger guard, to allow the starter to engage after the operator has determines it’s safe to do so. Our objective is to force the operator to make their way back to the engine room to address why the engines won’t start, even if they’re unable to hear the alarm from the EIU. We’d much rather it be a false alarm than take a chance with your loved ones lives.
Telesafe also offers the Generator Inhibitor/Shutdown Unit (GISU). It functions exactly as the Engine Inhibitor Unit, but will also incorporate a compact CO sensor to automatically shut down the Generator upon detection of CO in the engine room, and provides an audible alarm.
Then there’s the Telesafe “Coordinator” (TC), Sized similar to most popular Smart Phones, but isn’t a cell phone.
The telesafe coordinator works via digital radio signals in a “MESH” network up to 300 feet, and components are addressed electronically to eliminate crossover signals from neighboring boats. Eventually, and as budgets allow, owners would be able to replace various informational systems located about the boat to the telesafe coordinator with a high degree of security and nondependent on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other unreliable networks.
TeleSafe is working hard to keep you and your family safe everytime you take your boat out on the water. We look forward to showing you the power of the TeleSafe.