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ACR ResQLink

ACR ResQLink

Description

The ACR ResQLink rescue beacon is designed for anglers, pilots and back country sportsmen.

Features

  • 406Link.com Service
  • Built-in strobe light
  • 121.5 MHz homing capability
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$325.00
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$287.49
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Small and mighty, the ResQLink™ Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) is a full-powered, GPS-enabled rescue beacon .

At 4.6 oz, the ResQLink™ weighs less than a couple of PowerBars®. Topping at just 3.9 inches, it's smaller than the cell phone in your pocket.
Affordable and lightweight, the ResQLink™ is the world's smallest Personal Locator Beacon. Yet, the ResQLink™ is big on power and the operational reliability you've come to expect from all ACR products.

Even in extreme conditions, the ResQLink™ activates easily. Just deploy the antenna and press the ON button. The ResQLink™ utilizes 3 levels of integrated signal technology - GPS positioning, a powerful 406 MHz signal and 121.5 MHz homing capability - to guide rescuers to within 100 meters or less of your position. Pair the ResQLink™ PLB with your ACR EPIRB or ARTEX ELT for the perfect safety combo.

Two built-in tests allow you to routinely verify that the ResQLink™ is functioning and ready for use - with the push of a button, you can easily test internal electronics and GPS functionality.

A built-in strobe light provides visibility during night rescues. PLBs have been proven tried and true in some of the world's most remote locations and treacherous conditions.

Programmed for USA.

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ACR ResQLink 2880 ResQLink with optional 406Link.com Service
$287.49
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