This product has been discontinued, and replaced with GME MT603FG 406MHz Manual/Water Activated EPIRB with Auto Release & GPS

GME MT403FG EPIRB Zoom

GME MT403FG EPIRB

GME MT403FG EPIRB

MT403FG Float Free EPIRP
SKU: RDE402
Brand:
Find it In: Safety Equipment, EPIRBs and PLBs.

Availability: Discontinued

Product Description
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GME MT403FG EPIRB is a Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) compliant "state of the art" satellite distress beacon designed to operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat International Satellite Search and Rescue System.

 

Designed to meet the most demanding regulatory approvals the GME MT401FF is a Class 2, Category 1 EPIRB in a fully enclosed float free housing with a Hammar HRU that will release and activate the beacon automatically on immersion in water.

 

Features:

 

  • New technology enables this amazing price break through.
  • GPS equipped providing high location accuracy - within 100m.
  • Fast warm up time - many other beacons take up to 15 minutes.
  • Enclosed in a UV resistant float free housing that automatically deploys and activates the EPIRB when submersed to a depth of 2-4 metres.
  • Unique digitally coded message enables Rescue authorities to confirm owners identity within minutes, reducing rescue time and false alarms.
  • Solid state strobe light.
  • Compliant with AMSA regulations
  • 6 year battery replacement period.
  • Non-hazardous battery packs that are IATA compliant and allow for restriction free transportation.

 

Remember to test your EPIRB monthly. Details in the Safety Alert Article

 

Specifications
Additional Information
MPNMT403FGAUS
Replacement Product (SKU)RDE410
BrandGME
Physical Dimensions102mmW x 260mmH x 83mmD
Country of ManufactureAustralia
Floats in WaterYes
Battery Life5-6 years
Warranty6 years
Frequency Range Tx121.5 MHz & 406.028 MHz
GPS AntennaBuiltin - External option
Number of GPS Channels16
Search Range100m approx
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