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ACR Satellite3 Category I 406 MHz EPIRB with Bracket

ACR Electronics

ACR Satellite3 406MHz EPIRB
Product No. 2874 (Non-Hazmat battery)
Category I (automatic deployment) 406 MHz EPIRB with Mounting Bracket
Model No.: RLB-38 Cat I

The ACR Satellite series has quietly built a strong reputation in the commercial and recreational marine industry. This redesigned workhorse utilizes patented, proprietary electronics package for faster, more stable 406 MHz transmissions to low-earth orbiting LEOSAR satellites. In an emergency, your registered, digitally-coded distress message is broadcast via a powerful 6-watt, 406 MHz signal (typically within 1 hour). An integrated 121.5 MHz homing signal then guides local Search and Rescue efforts.

Upgrade to GPS positioning with the optional GPS interface cable (sold separately). This connects the Satellite3 406™ to your vessel’s GPS receiver to continuously update and store precise position data. GPS positioning provides SAR notification typically within 2–15 minutes.

The automatic category I Sea Shelter3™ bracket is fully enclosed and is made of high density, UV-stabilized polyethylene for years of extreme abuse, while the manual category II QuickDraw™ has a low profile and is easy to rail mount or secure on deck. Send I’M OK messages with optional non-emergency messaging service. 

    // Full functional self-test including battery voltage and internal circuitry 
    // Bright LED strobe conserves battery power without sacrificing intensity 
    // Single, three-position switch for easy test and operation 
    // Lanyard coiled on recessed spool for nontangling deployment

See "Printable Product Brochure" above for detailed specifications.

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Discontined. See GPS EPIRBs.