Full Alarm

The SEAL SwimSafe™ System will enter full alarm - emitting audible sirens and flashing RED/WHITE lights - when it determines:

  • A swimmer has been submerged for longer than their Swim Level setting allows. 
  • A person wearing the Band travels outside of the Hub’s range.

    If a swimmer leaves the SEAL SwimSafe™ Hub protected area the swimmer will hear an alarm (also known as the Pre-Alert) and the Band will flash RED/WHITE. When the Band returns to within the Hub's range, the Band will stop flashing RED/WHITE and return to flashing its Swim Level color and the Hub will stop alarming.


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