With three levels of integrated signal technology – GPS positioning, a powerful 406 MHz signal, and 121.5 MHz homing capability – the ResQLink View quickly and accurately relays your position to a worldwide network of search and rescue satellites. Additionally, a built-in strobe and infrared strobe facilitate nighttime or other low visibility rescues.
Wherever your adventure takes you, whether it’s a trip to the highest mountain peaks, the most undiscovered terrain, or the vastest of oceans, rest assured that the ResQLink View always activates easily. Simply deploy the antenna, press the on button, and the beacon will do the rest for you. It will effortlessly guide rescuers to within 100 meters or less of your position. Enjoy added peace of mind using the integrated digital display to view live beacon status and GPS coordinates throughout the rescue process.
Due to innovative design elements, multifunction clips can be used in conjunction with the beacon, providing numerous wearability options that address a variety of useful applications. The increased ease of incorporating the ResQLink View on your person, or with your gear, just made all your adventures not just safer, but more convenient too.
As a leader in life-saving products for both professional and recreational use, ACR provides unparalleled safety and peace of mind with the ResQLink View Personal Locator Beacon.
Features and Benefits:
- No Subscription Required
- GPS and Galileo GNSS
- Built-In Buoyancy
- Strobe and Infrared Strobe
- Global Coverage
- MEOSAR Compatible
- Small and lightweight
- 5-year battery life
- 28 hours Operational Life
- Multifunction Clip System Included
The PLB must be registered before putting it to use. There are two alternative options for registration. Decide which option works for you:
- You only use the PLB on a personal basis, perhaps even on different ships, as personal safety equipment. Then you can and must register it yourself free of charge. You make this registration after receiving the device. The documents are enclosed with the device.
- Your vessel has an MMSI identifier and the PLB is to be used only on this vessel. We can program the MMSI for a fee prior to delivery (ship specific). Put the article 3957-000 "First Coding PLB / EPIRB" (see also matching articles) in the shopping cart and tell us the MMSI and the name of your ship in the comments field when ordering.
EPIRBs (Emergency Position Indicating Beacon) allow the alarm and location of an accident at sea to be broadcast to the worldwide GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System). After activation in case of a emergency at sea they alarm the worldwide COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system over the 406 MHz frequency and send the MMSI number and precise position to other ships, which the GPS sensor has determined. This emergency message is received by a ground station and forwarded to a sea rescue service station in charge of that area, the rescue started and coordinated. Alarmed rescue planes and ships are also directed to the accident by a 121.5 MHz VHF homing signal. Additionally floatable EPIRBs emit a LED flash signal.