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CAUTION: Category I brackets must be mounted free from
obstruction to allow the beacon to automatically float free from the
vessel in case of sinking. The SeaShelter
vertical surface with the beacon antenna pointing skyward or a
horizontal surface with the beacon face up. Avoid mounting locations
that subject the bracket to breaking waves. Avoid structures like
dodgers or cabin tops that could trap the beacon upon deployment.
CAUTION: Category II brackets must be mounted in a
protected location that is easily accessible should it be necessary to
abandon ship. The LowPro
with the beacon antenna pointing skyward or a horizontal surface
with the beacon face up. Avoid mounting locations that subject the
bracket to breaking waves. Avoid mounting locations that do not
provide protection from harmful UV rays of the sun. The bracket
must be mounted facing inboard to avoid being lost overboard due to
impacts of breaking waves, personnel or loose gear.
Visually inspect the area surrounding the mounting bracket installation
site for hidden hazards or obstacles that may have been overlooked
during the location selection. If there is any doubt as to the ready
accessibility to the beacon at all times or if any condition may appear
to be questionable, conduct a complete and thorough investigation
before final approval of the installation.
NOTE: When selecting the beacon bracket location, be sure to
consider the requirement for four screw holes to secure the bracket,
plus one hole for the NMEA cable for connection between an external
GPS and the beacon, if connecting the beacon to an external GPS
receiver.
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