MT410G

GME AccuSat 406 PocketPro PLB

GME AccuSat 406 PocketPro PLB

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The GME AccuSat 406 PocketPro PLB is suitable for marine, land, and aviation applications.

Features

  • Smallest and lightest PLB on the market
  • High intensity LED strobe and non-hazmat batteries for simple, cost effective transportation
  • Self buoyant, waterproof design (exceeds IP67)
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$369.00
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$212.49
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Not only is the AccuSat Pocket Series the smallest and lightest PLB on the market, these personal locator beacons are fitted with high intensity LED strobe and 'Non Hazmat' batteries for simple, cost effective transportation, all contributing to the unique AccuSat advantage at a more affordable price.

The AccuSat PocketPro MT410G has the advantage of GPS location.

Features

  • 7 year battery life
  • 7 year warranty
  • Typical accuracy - MT410G: <45m
  • High visibility strobe light
  • Featherweight, compact and robust construction
  • Digital 406 MHz, 5 Watt transmission plus 121.5 MHz homing signal
  • COSPAS-SARSAT worldwide operation
  • National and International approvals
  • Self buoyant, waterproof design (exceeds IP67)
  • Suitable for marine, aviation and land applications
  • Complete with retention strap and protective carry pouch
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GME AccuSat 406 PocketPro PLB MT410G AccuSat 406 PocketPro PLB with integral GPS
$212.49
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