ACR ResQLink PLB-375
Item: 45220.01 | Product Description »
- This ultra compact emergency beacon weights only 4.6 ounces.
- With 5 watts of power, the ResQLink Persona Locator Beacon is more likely than other locator devices to reach a satellite in bad weather.
- Class 2 (non-hazmat) lithium batteries have a shelf life of 5 years. Operation life 24 hours. These batteries should be replaced after use in emergency situations.
- A satellite test feature lets you confirm that the ResQLink is working properly before you need to activate it.
- The 66-channel GPS receiver acquires satellites faster when activated than many similar devices.
- An automatic strobe flashes while the device is activated to help rescue personnel see your location.
- Three levels of integrated signal technology improve the likelihood that your distress signal will be received.
- Submersible up to 5m for 1 hour.
- DOES NOT FLOAT.
- Size: 1.3"W x 3.9"L x 1.9"T
- Weight: 4.6 oz
- 406 MHz, GPS LAT/LON, 121.5 MHz
- COPAS-SARSAT satellite system
- 66 Channel GPS Receiver
- 5 year lithium battery
- Waterproof to 5 m (16.5 ft) (DOES NOT FLOAT)
- FCC approved
- Satellite Test Feature
- Automatic Strobe
- Flat, stainless steel antenna
- 5 year warranty
The ResQLink Personal Locator Beacon weighs less than a couple of energy bars and could someday save your life. It uses satellite technology to notify search and rescue of your location in an emergency.
Learn how a 406 MHz Personal Locator Beacon works and how it could potentially be the best investment you ever made!!
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- ACR ResQLink PLB-406
Q:I would like to use this for travel in another country. Will I need to change the country code? Since it is set for US- I want to be found when I am traveling outside of the US if needed.Asked on 9/3/2013 by Lynn from Lexington, Va
A:Lynn, you can change the country code. This link is for the owner's manual, explaining how that is done - http://www.acrartex.com/media/products/14694/255201294229619/Y1-03-0251E.pdfAnswered on 9/3/2013 by Clyde from NRS