A167 easyAIRDROP Rechargeable

easyAIRDROP Rechargeable – VHF rescue locator unit A167

The easyAIRDROP Rechargeable contains the VHF locator unit easyPOSALERT to support rescue teams, such as SAR airplanes or SAR helicopters.
Packed in a waterprotected box, the easyAIRDROP with the built in VHF locator is ready to go for any situation. Just open the box, get the easyAIRDROP and throw it out. An automatic triggering function activates the internal VHF locator unit when it is submerged into the water.Being activated once, the unit transmits a current VHF emergency telegram to all VHF receivers within range. Position is updated every minute with COG, SOG and identification number of the unit.

Function

The air deployable housing is made of 2 fl oatable plastic parts and is kept together with 2 straps. A soluble tablet will fi x the straps until the whole unit is submerged into water. The VHF rescue locator unit easyPOSALERT is mounted inside the housing.By dissolving the tablet, the housing is opened, and the unit starts transmission by water activation.
A weight at the bottom will keep the easyAIRDROP in upright position for best possible radiation. With the long antenna radio range will be 9 to 12 nm to a vessel. SAR airplanes or helicopters will receive the signal in a distance of up to 80 nm by 500 feet fl ight level.

What is neseccary to run the easyAIRDROP Rechagreable?

The easyAIRDROP with the internal VHF rescue locator unit is ready: „grab and go“. To receive the transmitted signal, an AIS
capable chartplotter or PC software is required to display the rescue relevant data.

  • According to:
    • German Federal Maritime Agency BSH
    • SOLAS
    • United States FCC
    • United States Coast Guard
  • Water activation when submerged
  • Current GPS position via VHF – the fastest rescue possible
  • Floatable due to special housing
  • High radio range
    • up to 12 nm (on water surface with 20 ft receiving antenna height)
    •  up to 80 nm (fl ight level 500 ft)
  • Rechargeable
  • Radiated RF power, approx. 0,5 W
  • Dimensions of easyAIRDROP housing
    • Height: 13 cm
    • Width: 20 cm
    • Weight: approx. 750 gram
  • Operating conditions: -20°C – +65°C
  • Battery lifespan: 5 years
  • After rescue usage the whole package has to be re-fi tted together again and recharged for further usage.

A040-Pro easyRESCUE-PRO

Documents

ManualLeaflet

Timing chart of DSC operation

DSC_Timing_Chart

Videos

Software for Android and Apple

Programming-software for Android:

easyrescue-app

For Apple:

easyrescue-app

EAN

4260276740307

This product is replaced by A040 easyRESCUE-PRO (BT) >

Get the best of both to alert vessels about situation of distress

If a „MAN OVER BOARD“ situation happens, you need to keep the victim in sight. It is essential for his survival.

The easyRESCUE-PRO has been developed based on the well-known and approved AIS S.A.R.T. device easyRESCUE. In addition to the AIS locating functionality, the easyRESCUE-PRO has got another built-in VHF alert: DSC distress call (MOB)

By means of DSC distress call, other vessels having DSC controllers aboard are able to provide support as a potential emergency responder. It‘s a lightweight personal locating device which is fixed to clothing or lifejackets and which can be mounted onto a pole for use on life rafts.

Function

Upon activation, the easyRESCUE-PRO device starts transmitting position reports via AIS, providing the current GPS position along with COG, SOG and its individual unit ID.
The victim‘s position is updated every minute and transmitted 8 times per minute for at least 96 hours, depending on the DSC closed loop distress acknowledgment. Therefore the crew of the ship will know exactly the victim‘s position, as well as every other ship with an AIS receiver or DSC controller within range.

When in emergency, AIS messages are transmitted. It triggers a safety related message on every AIS chart plotter with a worldwide standardized symbol.

By means of DSC distress call (MOB), this signal can be received by the GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety Service), which is installed on numerous vessels and shore stations. The MRCC (Maritime Rescue Coordination Center) is part of the GMDSS (DSC) network.

The easyRESCUE-PRO starts sending “closed loop” DSC distress alerts when activated. This “closed loop” message is addressed to the own ship of the victim. Up to this time no global alarm is initiated.  The crew on the own ship can decide to rescue the victim on this own and send out a DSC acknowledgment to the easyRESCUE-PRO, which stops sending DSC messages. In addition, the easyRESCUE-PRO offers the possibility of programming up to eight mother ships ID numbers (MMSI) into the device to those users, who often need to change a vessel like pilots, SAR crew members, etc.

Any vessel within the “closed loop” group (up to eight vessels) can acknowledge these distress telegrams, which lead to a termination of the DSC distress calls send out by easyRESCUE-PRO. If the “closed loop” distress telegrams are not acknowledged, the easyRESCUE-PRO starts sending „open loop DSC distress calls“ (MOB) to all ships. Now the shore station or other commercial ship stations nearby can acknowledge this message and the easyRESCUE-PRO will also cease transmitting DSC. The global rescue operation will go on.

What is necessary to run the easyRESCUE-PRO?

The easyRESCUE-PRO needs no additional accessory. The device is ready to use, grab‘n‘go! An AIS receiver and a DSC controller are strongly recommended as a radio equipment on the own ship. Only then a fast and effective rescue operation can be conducted by the own crew.

AIS transmitter part

  • Floatable
  • Single-hand or automatic activation
  • Certifications:
    • CE
    • R&TTE
  • 96h in AIS mode after DSC “closed loop” alert has been acknowledged
  • 24h in AIS and DSC joint operation, when DSC gets no acknowledgment
  • Individual unit ID is transmitted
  • Clear function indication by 4 LEDs
  • High radio range of 10nm and more (depending on height of reception antenna)
  • GPS position is updated every minute
  • Parent ship knows where the victim is
  • No annual charge or subscription
  • No waiting for satellites
  • Type of Activation available:
    • manually
    • water contact trigger when submerged
    • rip cord trigger with magnetic switch

DSC radio transmitter and receiver part

  • includes a DSC transmitter and receiver
  • Closed loop DSC distress can address up to eight programmable vessel IDs
  • Open loop DSC distress alert can be relayed by other DSC stations
  • Conform to RTCM 11901.1 and EN301025 (DSC Class D)
  • Additional to the homing functionality of the AIS,  the DSC now provides GMDSS alerting

AIS

Article number A040-PRO
Certification CE / R&TTE
Case Measurements (L) 130mm * (B) 70mm * (H) 30mm
Total Weight Approx. 250 grams
Battery Industrial pack Lithium Cells 9V/3V
Frequencies AIS 1: 161.975 MHz |   AIS 2: 162.025 MHz
Transmission Power Minimum of 2 Watt radiated (Average >2.8W)
GPS Receiver 56 Channel Receiver with integrated Antenna, approved according to IEC 61108-1
VHF Antenna Flexible steel ribbon antenna, foldable
Operation Time (activated)
  • Minimum of 96 hours over the full temperature range,
  • AIS transmissions only, DSC acknowledged and shut down
Battery Replacement Cycle Every 5 years
Operating
temperature range
-20°C to +55°C
Storage temperature range -30°C to +70°C
Display
  • 3 LEDs for function
  • 1 bright Flash LED for optical indication
Control Elements
  • 2 Buttons
  • 1 Magnetic Trigger Switch
Supported AIS messages Msg.1:
AIS position report (dynamic data)

  • 6/8 times per minute
  • Unit MMSI: 9 digit Identification Number
    (unique worldwide)
  • Position
  • Speed above Ground (SOG)
  • Course above Ground (COG)
  • Navigational status Alarm: 14; Test: 15

Msg.14:
AIS Safety related message

  • 2 times every 4 minutes
  • MMSI
Complied standards
  • IEC 61097-14, IEC 60945, ITU-RM.1371-3,
  • IMO Res. MSC.246(83), IEC 61108-1

DSC (specific data)

Article number A040-PRO
DSC operation modes “closed loop” and “open loop” pursuant to RTCM 11901.1
Frequency DSC Frequency: 156,525 MHz, Channel 70
Transmission power Minimum 1 Watt (Average >2W)
Operating time (activated) In joint operation with AIS emergency messaging: 24 hours
Battery Replacement Cycle 5 years, pursuant to SOLAS requirements
Complied standards RTCM 11901.1, EN301025, Class D
  • 2 of the most important maritime radio communication systems united in one single unit
  • AIS localization
  • DSC distress call (MOB) functionality

A109 easyONE

EAN

4260276741090

This product is replaced by A10901 easyONE-DSC-CL >

Get_the_best_AISMOB_everThe new easyONE is a palm sized AIS MOB device. The easyONE comes along with an automatic triggering function, which initiates transmission of an AIS MOB emergency message. The unit has got a brand new release mechanism, which will increase the crew’s safety level aboard. By means of the palm size, the easyONE can be integrated into every automatic lifevest.

Function

In case of a “man over board” situation the lifevest inflates and exposes the easyONE. If fully submerged, the unit is activated and the antenna will be unfolded. This AIS MOB is fixed at the victim’s lifevest via cord and floats in front of the victim. A strong LED flash light ensures better visibility at night. easyone-features-en Being activated, the easyONE starts transmitting a full AIS MOB emergency message. This contains the individual unit ID, current GPS position, als well as COG and SOG of the victim. Because the unit ID starts with “972…”, each AIS receiver within range of 7 to 8 nautical miles (bad conditions and height of receiving antenna may lower range) identifies this emergency message. The connected chart plotter or PC screen will display the official MOB symbol (red X with red circle). Two LEDs show functionality of the unit easily. This will ease the usage in situation of distress. If the easyONE is triggered once, the battery capacity will last for more than 36 hours of continously transmitting. Because of this and his palm size the AIS MOB easyONE is the perfect companion.

The easyONE is ready to use and there is no registration or license needed.

  • full AIS MOB emergency transmission (972…)
  • each AIS receiver within range will get victim’s current GPS position, COG, SOG
  • automatical activation when submerged
  • more than 1 Watt radiated power
  • more than 36 hours battery capacity after activation
  • strong LED flash light for better visibility in darkness
  • palm sized unit
  • floatable 100%
  • no registration or license needed
  • can be used in every automatic lifevest
Description Details
Dimensions 168 * 48 * 27 mm
Weight 120 gramm
Power source 6V, 2 lithium cells, CR17345
Battery operating time 36 h at 0°C
Battery lifespan 7 years
Frequency 161,975 MHz and 162,025 MHz
Transmission power 1 watt
GPS receiver with integrated antenna pursuant to IEC 61108-1
VHF antenna Foldout VHF antenna,

rolled up in the device if not activated

Displays 2 LED („GPS status“ and „FLASH“)
Controls 2 buttons („TEST“ and „ON“)
Supported AIS messages in transmission mode Msg.01

AIS position report

Device identification number

Course over ground

Speed over ground

Msg.14

Safety message

Text: „MOB active“ in distress mode

Text: “MOB TEST” in test mode

Operating temperature -20°C to +55°C
Storage temperature -40°C to +70°C

 

 

with more than 36 hours battery capacitiy after activation obvious longer lifetime
with more than 1 Watt radiated power obvious bigger transmission range
100% floatable (without buoyancy support)

The AIS MOB easyONE is just like Lassie: if you need him, he’ll be there!

A109-M easyONE-Manual

EAN

4260276740093

standup surfen wasserski kanu kitejetski angeln

This product is replaced by A10902 easyONE-M-DSC-CL >

The new easyONE-M is a palm sized AIS MOB (Man over Board) emergency transmitter with pure manual activation. Due to its small size the unit can be used within all kinds of watersport fun activities where automitical life jackets and unit activation when submerged don’t make any sense. Nevertheless, having an emergency transmitter is very useful.

Function

The broadcast of the emergency telegram is based on a worldwide standardized VHF transmission system, which is mandatory by law for commercial shipping since 2007: AIS (Automatic Identification System). On these frequencies, vessels communicate with each other to avoid collision. Within these transferred data, there is information like current GPS position and course and speed over ground. More and more pleasure boaters also use such an AIS System just to be informed about the surrounding commercial vessels for safety reasons. The easyONE-M is fixed to the body with a safety-cord which ensures that the unit will keep floating in front of the victim. A strong and bright LED guides the victim for better visibility in darkness. In case of emergency the unit is activated by pressing a button. This will trigger an emergency broadcast transmission. A full AIS MOB message is sent. This message contains the individual unit ID, the current GPS position of the unit, as well as curse and speed over ground. The unit ID allows the AIS receiver aboard to display the official symbol (red X with red circle) on chart plotter and computer displays (within a range up to 7 nm and more). The victim’s position is updated every minute and transmitted 7 times within 60 seconds. This will lead to a maximum of potential emergency.  

 

  • AIS MOB emergency transmitter
  • full AIS MOB transmission (972…)
  • each AIS system within range will be informed about victims current GPS position, COG and SOG
  • easy pull-off protection cap
  • pure automatic activation by
  • one-button-touch
  • more than 1 Watt radiated power
  • transmission range up to 7 nautical miles and more
  • more than 36 hours battery capacity after activation
  • strong and bright Flash LED for better visibility in darkness
  • small and handy size
  • 100% floatable
  • no registration required
  • no VHF license needed
  • Dimensions: 168 * 48 * 27 mm
  • Weight: 120 Gram
  • Battery: 6V, 2 Lithium cells, CR17345
  • Battery capacity:
  • 24 h at -20°C
  • 36 h at 0°C
  • Battery lifespan: 7 Years
  • Frequency: 161,975 und 162,025 MHz
  • Radiated power: 1 Watt
  • GPS receiver: with integrated antenna according IEC 61108-1
  • VHF antenna foldout, coiled in device per default
  • Display: 2 LEDs
  • („GPS Status“ and „FLASH“)
  • Controls: 2 buttons
  • („TEST“ and „ON“)
  • Supported AIS messages in transmission mode Msg. 01
    • AIS position report
    • Device identification number
    • Course over Ground COG
    • Speed or Ground SOG
    • Msg.14
    • Safety message
    • Device identification number
    • Text: „MOB active“ in case of emergency („ON“)
    • Text: “MOB TEST” in test mode („TEST“)
  • Operating temperature: -20°C to +55°C
  • Storrage temperatur: -40°C bis +70°C

For best performance in the AIS MOB class:

with more than 36 hours of battery capacity after activation, significantly longer duration radiated with more than 1 watt of power;  greater transmission range, 100% float (without buoyancy aid)

A040 easyRESCUE

EAN

4260276740406

Z

Approval

Our easyRESCUE Rescue Transmitters have a basic approval and do not have to be registered anymore!

WE CREATE TECHNOLOGIES TO SAVE LIVES!

AIS-SART – position live on chartplotter/PC
easyRescue transmits the position of a liferaft / lifeboat in distress directly to all AIS receivers within range.

Functionality:
The Easy Rescue is an AIS-SART. With a built in GPS it transmits an emergency AIS-SART sentence which triggers an alarm on all AIS enabled chart plotters / PC’s within range, along with the Lat/Long of the liferaft / lifeboat. The GPS is a new generation fast acquiring type and the VHF AIS transmitter repeats the message and position several times per minute. This enables all vessels within range to assist with the rescue if they have an AIS receiver or transponder.

What else do I need?
Apart for an AIS receiver or transceiver connected to a chart plotter / PC, nothing. The Easy Rescue is used on liferaft / lifeboat. To operate just slide the safety cover off (releasing the coiled antenna) and press ON. A test button allows regular test of GPS function, battery state etc.

  • BSH approval: BSH / 4615 / 4361565 / 10 (for easyRESCUE)
  • Transmission power 2 W
  • Integrated, fastest in marketplace available GPS receiver
  • Waterproof 30 foot depth, (IP 68)
  • Floatable
  • Ambient working conditions: -20°C to 65°C
  • Length 128 mm, width of 76 mm, height 32 mm
  • Weight: app. 350 g
  • Battery lifespan 5 years (if not used except for self-test).
  • Service interval – after use or after 5 years, whichever comes first.
  • AIS S.A.R.Transmitter
  • 96 h transmission time after activation
  • Simple self test for function check
  • Long battery standby life time = long service intervals
  • Very compact size for emergency beacon
  • Unique ident number of the unit
  • Made in Germany by market leader
  • Transmission range up to 10 nm (Dependent on wave and antenna height)
  • Article number A040
  • The parent ship knows where the liferaft / lifeboat is
  • Other vessels can assist with the search
  • No central Coastguard or call center required to redistribute the information
  • No annual charge or subscription
  • No waiting for satellites

A049 easyRESCUE-Automatic

EAN

4260276740499

Z

Approval

Our easyRESCUE Rescue Transmitters have a basic approval and do not have to be registered anymore!

WE CREATE TECHNOLOGIES TO SAVE LIVES!

The easyRESCUE-A transmits the position of liferaft in distress directly to all AIS receivers within range.

Substantial modification to the equivalent easyRESCUE is the “auto activation” mode. It triggers if the device has complete water contact for more than 2 sec. If the RESCUE-A is activated it repeats a constant AIS radio signal. Of course, the manual activation by pressing the “ON”-Button is still possible.

How does the easyRESCUE-A work?

With a built in GPS the easyRESCUE-A transmits an emergency AIS-S.A.R.T. message which triggers an alarm on all AIS enabled chart plotters / Pc’s within range, along with the LAT/Long of the liferaft in distress. The GPS is a new generation fast acquiring type and the VHF AIS transmitter repeats the message and position several times per minute. This enables all vessels within range to assist with the rescue if they have an AIS receiver or an AIS transponder.

What else do I need?

An AIS receiver or transponder connected to a chart plotter/PC. The easyRESCUE-A have to be attached to a liferaft/lifeboat. A test button allows regular test of GPS function, battery state etc.

  • BSH approval: BSH / 4615 / 4361565 / 10 (for easyRESCUE)
  • Transmission power: approx. 2 W
  • Integrated, fastest at the market available GPS receiver
  • Waterproof, 10m depth (IP68)
  • Floatable
  • Ambient operating conditions: -20°C bis 65°C
  • Length 125mm, Width 68mm, Height 30mm
  • Weight: approx. 210g
  • Battery lifespan: 5 years (If not used, except for self test)
  • Service interval – after use or after 5 years, wichever comes first
  • AIS S.A.R. Transmitter
  • Automatic activation by water contact for longer then one second between antenna axis and left backside screw.
  • 96h transmission time after activation
  • Simple self test for function check
  • Long battery standby time = long service intervals
  • Smallest existing SART transmitter
  • Unique ident number of the unit
  • Made in Germany by market leader
  • Transmission range up to 25nm (Dependent on wave and receiver-antenna height)
  • The parent ship knows where the liferaft / lifeboat is
  • Automatic activation
  • Other vessels can assist with the search
  • No central Coastguard or call center required to redistribute the information
  • No annual charge or subscription

A040-BW-COM easyRESCUE

EAN

4260276743407

Z

Approval

Our easyRESCUE Rescue Transmitters have a basic approval and do not have to be registered anymore!

The easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM enables to display the current GPS position of a person or a life raft in distress on chart plotter or PC screen by means of AIS technologies.

Substantial modification to the equivalent easyRESCUE and easyRESCUE-A with its “auto activation” by means of water contact, this device has got a third activation mode: a magnetic switch with a ripcord.

If the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM is activated once, it repeats a recurring AIS alert radio signal with the GPS position of the victim. Of course the manual activation by pressing the “ON” button is still possible, as well as the “water contact triggering function”.

The easyRESCUE has got full approvals of world’s most important institutions, which are the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency BSH, the US- Federal Communication Commission FCC and the US Coast Guard. By means of this high approving level the easyRESCUE is outstanding in the market for AIS S.A.R.T. in this size.

Function

At the top of the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM there is a magnetic switch with a ripcord. If the ripcord is pulled, the switch is dissolved from the device, an the automatically activation function starts. After activation, the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM transmits an emergency AIS S.A.R.T message which triggers an alarm on all AIS enabled chart plotters/PC’s within range, including the current GPS position of the victim. The emergency message is repeated several times per minute. It enables all vessels within range to assist with the rescue if they have an AIS receiver or an AIS transceiver.

What do I need to run the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM?

The usage of the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM needs no additional devices. Due to its small size, the easyRESCUE-A040-BW-COM is ready for entertainment and is built to be assembled on a life raft. The attached belt clip simplifies the assembly of the device.

  • AIS S.A.R. Transmitter
  • 96h transmission time after activation
  • automatic activation by means of full water contact
  • automatic activation by means of magnetic switch and ripcord
  • highest approving level for AIS S.A.R.T. Of this size
    – German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency
    – US Federal Communication Commission FCC
    – US Coast Guard
  • Unique ident number of the unit
  • Made in Germany by market leader
  • transmission range up to 10 nm
  • (Dependent on wave and receiver-antenna height)
  • BSH approval: BSH / 4615 / 4361565 / 10 (für easyRESCUE)
  • transmission power approx. 1 W
  • integrated, fastest at market available GPS receiver
  • waterproof, 10 m depth (IP68)
  • ambient operating conditions: -20°C bis 65°C
  • length 137mm (top of magnetic switch), width 70mm, hight 30mm
  • weight approx. 210g
  • battery lifespan: 5 years (If not used, exept for self test)
  • service interval – after use or after 5 years, whichever comes first
  • Automatic activation by means of full water contact
  • parent ship knows where the victim is
  • other vessels can assist with the rescue
  • high approving level
    – German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency BSH
    – US Federal Communication Commission FCC
    – US Coast Guard
  • transmission range up to 10 nm
  • no annual charge or subscription

A166 easyAIRDROP-RESCUE

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Approval

Our easyRESCUE Rescue Transmitters have a basic approval and do not have to be registered anymore!

The easyAIRDROP contains the AIS S.A.R.T. transmitter unit easyRESCUE to support
rescue teams, such as SAR airplanes or SAR helicopters.

Packed in a water protected box, the easyAIRDROP with the built in AIS S.A.R.T. is ready to go for a situation of emergency. Just open the box, get the easyAIRDROP and throw it out. An automatic triggering function activates the internal VHF rescue locator when it is submerged into the water.
Being activated once, the unit transmits a current AIS emergency telegram to all AIS receivers
within range. Position is updated every minute with COG, SOG and identification number of the unit.

Function

The air deployable housing is made of 2 floatable plastic parts and is kept together with 2 straps. A soluble tablet will fix the straps until the whole unit is submerged into water.

The AIS S.A.R.T. locator unit easyRESCUE with its antenna folded, is mounted inside the housing.
By dissolving the tablet, the housing is opened, the antenna unfolds and the unit starts transmission by water activation. A weight at the bottom will keep the easyAIRDROP-RESCUE in upright position for best possible radiation.
With the long antenna radio range will be 9 to 12 nm to a vessel. SAR airplanes or helicopters will receive the signal in a distance of up to 80 nm by 500 feet flight level.

 

What is necessary to run the easyAIRDROP-RESCUE?

The easyAIRDROP with the internal AIS S.A.R.T. unit is ready: „grab and go“
To receive the transmitted signal, an AIS capable chart plotter or PC software is required to display the rescue relevant data.

  • Internal fully approved & certified VHF rescue locator unit easyRESCUE
  • Approvals by
    * German Federal Maritime Agency BSH
    * SOLAS
    * United States FCC
    * United States Coast Guard
  • Water activation when submerged
  • Current GPS position via VHF – the fastest rescue possible
  • Floatable due to special housing
  • High radio range
    * up to 12 nm (on water surface with 20 ft receiving antenna height)
    * up to 80 nm (flight level 500 ft)
  • 96 hours continuous transmission after VHF rescue locator unit is activated (SOLAS standard)
  • BSH approval for base unit easyRESCUE
  • Radiated RF power, approx. 2 W
  • Dimensions of easyAIRDROP housing
    # Height: 13 cm
    # Width: 20 cm
    # Weight: approx. 750 gram
  • Operating conditions: -20°C – +65°C
  • Battery lifespan: 5 years

A040-D easyRESCUE-DIVE

EAN

4260276740062

Z

Approval

Our easyRESCUE Rescue Transmitters have a basic approval and do not have to be registered anymore!

Each diver has certainly wondered what happens if he gets separated from his “Buddy” or dive group and in addition has no orientation where the dive boat is.

The easyRESCUE-DIVE is the solution to this problem.The small portable transmitter can be worn on the vest during the dive. Don’t panic, it is water-resistant to more than 100 meters!

If the case described above occurs, the easyRESCUE-DIVE is activated by the diver on water surface by the touch of a button. Via VHF radio the dive boat receives detailed information regarding the exact GPS position of the diver along with his/her Course Over Ground (COG) and Speed Over Ground (SOG) if he/she is in a current. This information is updated every minute. Just fix the unit at the carried along “ALERT BUOY” or reach you arm out of the water as high as possible.

  • Description: easyRESCUE-DIVE A040-D
  • Certification BSH: BSH / 4615 / 4361565 / 10 (for base unit easyRESCUE A040
  • Radiation Power: 2 Watt
  • Waterproof: 100% down to 100 meter diving depth
  • Operation temperature: -20°C – 65°C
  • Dimensions: Length: 125mm | Width: 68mm | Height: 30mm
  • Weight: 380 Gram
  • Battery lifetime: 10 Years (unit has to be disposed properly)
  • Radiated power: 2 Watt
  • Operation temperature: -20°C – 55°C
  • Dimensions: Length 128 mm
  • Width: 76mm Height: 32mm
  • Weight: 380 Gram
  • Battery lifetime: 10 years
  • Battery capacity in „Alert mode“: 45 hours
  • No registration
  • No VHF radio license
  • No additional costs

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