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ResQLink+ 406MHz GPS Buoyant PLB

ACR  ResQLink+ Buoyant GPS PLB

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Save £64.65 RRP £289.60

£224.95

Product code: 500056
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A floating pocket sized, compact & light, GPS-enabled Personal Locator Beacon which will quickly and accurately relay your position in an emergency & will guide rescuers to within 100m or less of your location.
Features:


  • Automatic, high visibility strobe light

  • Waterproof to 5m

  • Easy activation and re-stowable antenna

  • 2 Self test functions

  • Transmits GPS Position on 406 MHz & 121.5 MHz

  • 5+ Watts transmit power (more likely to reach satellites in bad weather)

  • Activation: Manual

  • 66 channel GPS receiver (aquires position quicker from a cold start)

  • Over 24hr operating life @ 20deg.C (Typically 30 hours)

Specification:


  • Size: 4.1x4.8x11.4cm

  • Weight: 130g

  • Battery storage life: 5 years

  • Includes wrist lanyard

FORCE 4 STORE MANAGER FAVOURITE

ACR ResQLink+ PLB

"This is a favourite PLB as it is inherently buoyant so you don't need a neoprene sleeve (which you have to remove to activate the unit, losing it's buoyancy). It is aslo compact enough to go into lifejackets or pockets and is simple to use"

Athena, Store Manager, Port Hamble

All EPIRBs and PLBs sold by Force4 are pre-programmed with the UK country code. Whilst they will function anywhere around the world, the first authority to be contacted in an emergency situation would be the UK Coastguard Agency in Falmouth with whom the EPIRB would be registered.

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Product Questions

I have an ACR ResQLink+. How do I organise a replacement battery?

If you have an electronic device that needs new batteries and it is not possible to change them yourself, the best thing to do is contact our Mailorder team on 0345 1300 710. They will be able to advise you of the process and any costs involed.

It is worth noting that not all batteries are able to be replaced and in some cases, it may be more economical to replace the unit.

03/10/18

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Can this be used in New Zealand?

All EPIRBs and PLBs sold by Force4 are pre-programmed with the UK country code. Whilst they will function anywhere around the world, the first authority to be contacted in an emergency situation would be the UK Coastguard Agency in Falmouth with whom the EPIRB would be registered.

27/11/18

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Can this unit be registered in the UK.?

Yes, you can register this unit in the UK. Once the PLB is activated it will contact the Falmouth Coast Guard, but wherever you may be in the world, the notification is forwarded to the nearest coastguard/rescue service as identified by the location transmitted by the PLB.

09/05/19

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Can this be carried on a commercial passenger aircraft?

The supplier advised that their Dangerous Goods expert has said that it can be carried on under UN3091 contained in equipment in compliance with section II of P1970. However, we would suggest contacting your airline first.

20/06/19

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