GOST Phantom Wireless Water Resistant Security Sensors

GOST Wireless Water Resistant Security Sensors

All of our wireless sensors are compatible with GOST Phantom, GOST Insight HD and GOST NT-Evolution systems. Based on the system options, sensors will alert up to 8 people – via call and/or text within the cellular ranger, through our Inmarsat Satellite based tracking system, or even using an existing onboard satellite phone.

Water Resistant Door/Hatch Sensor (GMM-IP67-DC)

Our long range water resistant wireless door/hatch sensor works with any of our available extension sensors below. This wireless design also has a built in anti-tamper switch.


  • Wireless range in a typical marine environment: 35m (115ft) with GOST Phantom, GOST Insight HD or GOST NT-Evolution Systems that can be extended to 70m (230ft) with the wireless repeater
  • Low battery and signal transmission LED

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Pull Sensor (GMM-IP67-Pull-25)

The wireless pull sensor has developed multiple uses over the years. It is used as a continuity line, which triggers the sensor when broken. Notification is given if the boat is pulled away from the dock or a tender is pulled from the back of a vessel. It is also possible to install the sensors in several different ways.They can be installed with the female end on the dock or the mother ship, or they can have the male & female on the same vessel, which lends itself to more versatility.


Pull Sensor Surface Mount Cleat and Magnet (GDC-EXT-Pull-Magnet Only)

Text: Additional surface mount cleat and magnet for the GMM-IP67-Pull. Ideal for applications where a boat owner wants to have a pull sensor cleat installed in multiple locations, such as one cleat on the boat and one on a dock at home, or one on the port side and another on the starboard side of the vessel. If the pull sensor is cut or pulled out of the cleat when the system is armed, it will immediately trigger an event. See above for more information on the GMM-IP67-Pull.


Infrared Beam Sensor (GMM-IP67-IBS1-Siren-Out & GMM-IP67-IBS2-Siren-Out)

The wireless Infrared Beam Sensor is designed to protect the exterior of the vessel. An invisible infrared beam shoots between the emitter and the detector (photoelectric eyes). Once the infrared beam is broken, the sensor is activated and the system goes into alarm. These sensors are commonly installed in the gunwales to protect the cockpit areas. Other uses include open fly bridges to protect electronics, or any other exposed areas where a motion detector is not practical. These sensors have a built-in fail safe amplifier and are resistant to sunlight and other interference.

GMM-IP67-IBS1-Siren-Out(1 pair of eyes)

GMM-IP67-IBS2-Siren-Out(2 pairs of eyes)


5. Deck Pressure Sensors (GMM-IP67-DS)

The wireless deck sensor is designed to protect the exterior or interior of the vessel. Sensors are epoxied to the underside of the vessel’s deck where they cannot be seen by intruders. Environmentally sealed and utilizing 22-gauge marine grade wire leads, these sensors are ideal for those hard to protect areas of the vessel where there is access to the underside of the deck. They won’t respond to vibration, shock, or airborne items and sense only the unique flexing of the deck caused by a person walking. Sensitivity is fully adjustable from the processor. They can also be used to protect ladders up to the fly bridge or tuna tower.

For fiberglass and wood decks:

GMM-IP67-DS2: 2 sensor array wireless deck pressure sensor
GMM-IP67-DS4: 4 sensor array wireless deck pressure sensor

For aluminum or steel decks:

GMM-IP67-DS2M: 2 sensor array wireless deck pressure sensor
GMM-IP67-DS4M: 4 sensor array wireless deck pressure sensor


NEW Pressure Pad Sensor (GP-IP67-PressurePad-18x24 & GP-IP67-PressurePad-18x24)

The wireless water-resistant Pressure Pad sensor provides security for the interior or exterior of the vessel by detecting movement on board. Easily hidden under a mat or rug, the pad features the added convenience of a non-permanent installation, allowing for relocation or stowage when not in use. A pressure pad is commonly used in conjunction with a door contact to provide additional protection.