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MT603FG GME 406MHz GPS EPIRB Float Free Activation

MT603FG GME 406MHz GPS EPIRB Float Free Activation

$749.00

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MT603FG 406MHz GPS EPIRB Float Free Activation

The MT603FG is the most advanced MEOSAR-ready 406MHz digital EPIRB on the market today. Designed, engineered and manufactured in Australia, the MT603FG has obtained international Cospas-Sarsat approval.

Boasting the latest advances in emergency beacon technology, this EPIRB ensures the safety of your vessel and crew in emergency situations, regardless of your location.

This EPIRB is a Category 1 , which means the unit will automatically deploy from the supplied ‘Float-Free’ housing via a hydrostatic release unit at a depth of 1.5 – 4 metres, with the beacon activating upon contact with water. The EPIRB may also be manually removed from the housing and activated by the user.

Featuring an integrated 66 channel GPS receiver, delivering greater position accuracy and faster location fix than previous models and zero warm-up digital technology, this EPIRB acquires and transmits accurate latitude/ longitude and personal identification information to rescue authorities as soon as possible.

In combination with a high-intensity, solid state strobe light and auxiliary 121.5MHz VHF homing transmitter, the MT603FG is the ultimate in emergency beacon technology.

MT603FG Product Details:

  • 66 Channel GPS Receiver
  • MEOSAR-ready
  • Float-free Activation – Hydrostatic Release
  • Cospas-Sarsat Worldwide Certification
  • Easy Self-test with Audio / Visual Alert
  • High-intensity, Solid State Strobe Light
  • 48 Hours Minimum Operating Time
  • 6 Year Battery Life
  • 6 Year Warranty

In the box:

  • MT603FG Class 2 406MHz GPS EPIRB (Cat. 1)
  • Float-free Housing
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Instruction Manual

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