The Smart way to Monitor your Boat
Remote Boat and Yacht Security Monitoring
SMART BOAT AND YACHT MONITORING
miMonitor uses the latest low power Wi-Fi devices to monitor your boat whilst in the Marina.
Monitor your boat from anywhere in the world from your smart phone. Receive alerts if motion is detected inside your boat or a cabin door is opened. Easily view event history by time and date on the smart phone app.
Monitor your boat from anywhere using the miMonitor camera, giving you piece of mind your bilge pump is working correctly and keeping your bilge dry.
WARM & DRY
Keep your boat dry during periods when not in use, by using the miMonitor smart plug to turn on a tube heater in the cabin or engine room when the temperature drops.
Wi-Fi door/window sensor to detect movement inside your boat. Remote alarms sent direct to your phone.
Wi-Fi motion sensor to detect movement inside your boat. Remote alarms sent direct to your phone.
Wi-Fi camera to enable remote monitoring both inside and outside your boat.
Frequently asked questions
Will the miMonitor devices connect to my marina Wi-Fi ?
Yes, most marinas operate a harbour wide Wi-Fi system for boat and yacht owners. The miMonitor sensors work on 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi which is the most popular Wi-Fi frequency.
How do i know when the batteries are low ?
The miMonitor app gives the power status of all battery powered sensors and sends an alert to your phone whern the batteries are running low.
Will the miMonitor Camera work on my 12v Battery Bank ?
Yes, the miMonitor camera is 12v and can be powered from a on board battery bank. However the the camera will drain your batteries over time, so we would recommend only using in conjunction with solar panels to keep the batteries charged.
How long do the battery powered sensors last ?
The miMonitor sensors such as the door/window and motion sensors use low power Wi-Fi technology. This technology conserves battery power by going to sleep during periods of inacticivity and only turns on when a door is opened or motion is detected. Once the alert has been sent to the phone, the device then goes back to sleep, to conserve energy.