GME MT410G 406 MHz PLB With GPS New Zealand Details:
GMEs AccuSat Series, available with or without an integrated GPS option,are leading the world with feature innovation and user benefits.
Notonly is the AccuSat Series the smallest and lightest PLB on the market,both models offer a massive 7 year battery replacement life, anindustry first 7 year warranty, a high intensity LED strobe and a NonHazmat battery pack for simple and cost effective transportation, allcontributing to the unique AccuSat advantage.
The current121.5/243 MHz analogue COSPAS SARSAT service will be terminated inFebruary 2009 and only the 406 MHz digital beacon signals will beprocessed thereafter. Consumers have for some time recognised the majorbenefits of a 406 MHz over a 121.5 MHz device in faster, more accuratedetection, personal identification of each beacon, reduced search arearesulting in a faster more targeted response in a life threateningsituation. However the prohibitive cost of 406 MHz beacons has alwaysbeen an issue.
Today with cutting edge microprocessor technology,GMEs engineers are able to provide the outdoor adventurer with a 406MHz PLB solution that is not only affordable, but provides enhancedpeace of mind for boaters, bush walkers, 4 x 4 enthusiasts and aviatorsshould they ever require emergency assistance.
GME has beendesigning and manufacturing emergency beacons in Australia for over 30years. In that time literally hundreds of lives have been saved inAustralia and around the world.
Fitted with NON-HAZMAT long life batteries
GPS option available (MT410G, Accusat Pocket Pro+)
7 year battery life
7 year warranty
- MT410G: <45m
- MT410: <5km
High visibility strobe light
Unique patented technology- no warm up period
Featherweight, compact and robust construction
Digital 406 MHz, 5 Watt transmission plus 121.5 MHz homing signal
COSPAS-SARSAT worldwide operation
National & International approvals
Sealed waterproof design (exceeds IP67)
Retention strap and fully buoyant design reduces risk of loss
Complete with protective carry pouchProgrammed for New Zealand