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With three levels of integrated signal technology - GPS positioning, a powerful 406 MHz signal and 121.5 MHz homing capability - the ACR Aqualink View PLB quickly and accurately relays your position to a worldwide network of Search and Rescue satellites, reducing search time and increasing your chances of survival. ACR Aqualink View PLB's reliable signalling technology that has saved more than 26,800 lives since 1982.

ACR Aqualink View PLB

PT#: 2884

ACR Aqualink View PLB

:: Specifications

  • Size: 2.3 x 5.6 x 1.45"
  • Digital Display
  • Floats
  • Super Bright LED Strobe
  • On Board 66 Channel GPS
  • Self-Test and GPS Test Features
  • Typical Peformance is 30 hours
  • Non-Hazmat Battery

:: Features

  • Broadcasts a unique registered distress signal that not only tells rescuers where you are, but who you are
  • Onboard GPS can fix your position to within 100 meters and then utilizes a powerful 406 MHz signal to relay your distress call to orbiting satellites
  • As local Search and Rescue is deployed, a seperate homing signal and integrated LED strobe light guide rescuers to your exact location
  • Digital display that allows you to see all of the beacon's operational activities
  • Screen displays GPS LAT/LON, operating instructions, usage tips, transmission bursts as well as battery power
  • The digital display also makes self-testing your beacon simple and easy to understand by visually walking you through the self test step by step
  • Small enough to be easily carried in a pack or pocket or can be worn on deck, at the helm, in quarters on on a life vest and will float if accidentally dropped overboard
  • Built-in GPS acquisition test mode allows you to test GPS functionality up to 60 times over the life of the battery
  • Same field-tested rescue technology used by the US Military, US Coast Guard, NATO Special Forces and Arctic explorers

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