SafeLink SOLO PLB - 2 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

The most compact PLB available with buoyancy pouch included The SafeLink SOLO is particularly useful for sailing and water sports enthusiasts as it is waterproof to 10 metres and buoyant when used in it's flotation pouch. It also comes complete with a lanyard to keep the PLB around your wrist, and a universal pouch allowing the PLB to be attached to a belt or strap. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS STANDARDS APPLIED Exterior Finish: Sealing: Temporary immersion to Operating temperature: Class 2, Storage temperature: Class 2, Battery Type: 6V Lithium Metal Battery storage: 5 years Battery replacement: By service Battery use: Logged by microcontroller. Activation: Three stage manual Self test: Tests transmitters, battery SOS flash light: Morse code SOS pattern (30 operations allowed) Homer sweep direction: UP or Transmit Antenna: Déployable flexible vertical blade Programming: Optical Infra-red link SafeLink SOLO: Category 2, will not Receive Antenna: Ceramic Patch GPS Self test: Position acquisition test (10 operations allowed) PART NUMBER (with GPS) retail pack or an EPIRB and does not meet the Location Beacon Kannad Marine is a brand of McMurdo Ltd, Silver Point, Airport Service Rd, Please note that all information given in this brochure is intended to be useful and informative and is correct to the best of our knowledge at time of print. No liability can be accepted for inaccuracies or omissions. The right is reserved to amend this information without prior notice. with Kannad Marine Also available, an optional dive canister allows divers to take the SafeLink SOLO PLB with them to greater depths so that they have the PLB to hand should they need to use it once they Remember to register your PLB with the appropriate authority in your country of Find out more about the COSPAS-SARSAT satellite network at www.cospas-sarsat.org

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Sail safe with the SafeLink SOLO Personal SafeLink SOLO PLB works by transmitting an emergency signal via the dedicated 406 MHz distress frequency, which is monitored by the global COSPAS-SARSAT satellite system, alerting international search and rescue services to the emergency situation and the ID of the PLB user. In addition, the integral 50 channel GPS gives search and rescue services accurate location coordinates, updating them every 20 minutes. The SafeLink SOLO PLB also transmits on the 121.5 MHz homing frequency so that when the emergency services get close they can 'home in' on the signal. Whatever...

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