FASTFIND 210 GPS PLB 10-91-001-210A
406 MHz Transmitter
A GREAT NEW PRODUCT! Get Found FAST with a PLB as small as a mobile telephone. Fits easily into backpacks, on lifejackets...put it just about anywhere, and get found anywhere in the world! No subscription fees are required,
and weighs just 5.3 oz.
Fastfind will transmit a unique emergency message identifier through the Cospas/Sarsatsatellite system which can pinpoint your location anywhere on the earth’s surface. In most cases, the emergency alert is first received within as little as 5 minutes. Fastfind has a secondary ‘homing’ transmitter which allows Search and Rescue teams to direction find or ‘home in ’ on it once they arrive on scene. Fastfind has a storage life of 5 years, and once activated will continue to transmit emergency alerts for a minimum of 24 hours. Fastfind also has a unique, built-in SOS flash feature to aid in nighttime rescues.
• As small as an average mobile phone
• No subscription fees required
• Built-in GPS
• Weighs just 5.3 oz./ 150g
• Unique flashing SOS feature
• Built-in operational indicator lights
• Global alert to Cospas-Sarsat satellites
• 406MHz transmitter
• Frequency: 406.037MHz
• 121.5MHz homing frequency
• Positional accuracy to within 10 feet
• 24-hour transmit time
• Waterproof to 32 feet/ 10m
• Complete with lanyard
• 5-year battery life
• Non-hazardous shipping: air or ground
• Auxillary flotation pouch available soon
(Fastfind will not float on its own)
Fastfind 210 has a built-in Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver to potentially reduce the time for SAR teams to arrive on scene. If the sky view is obscured by tree canopy or a steep-sided canyon, the GPS may take longer, or possibly fail to obtain a position fix. In this case, distress alert may be transmitted without GPS location information.
U.S. users are not required to hold a radio license for a PLB. Other national administrations may require the PLB user to be licensed, for further advice check with your dealer or contact your national communications licensing authority.
OVERVIEW OF USER REGISTRATION
The PLB’s unique identifier must be registered with the national authority indicated in the white area on the rear of the PLB. Complete the user registration form and return it to the address indicated on the form. Some countries (including USA and UK) will send the registered user a DECAL label which you are obliged to fit to the rear of the PLB as ‘proof of registration’. Please use the online link in the above right to go to www.noaa.gov for more information.
Red pull handle
Pull to expose antenna.
Only pull in an emergency
Pulling breaks the plastic anti-tamper seal that cannot be reset by the user.
White indicator light
Flashes every 3 seconds once PLB active Long flash every 50 seconds means satellite transmission. Flashes each second when GPS is searching. 3 rapid flashes means GPS location sent
Unwraps and stands vertical once cover is off.
GPS antenna zone
'Do not obstruct' needs a clear view of the sky for best operation.
Press once to activate PLB. When the PLB is on, push the ON button again to make the indicator light flash a SOS signal pattern.
TEST / OFF button
Push and hold to start the self test feature, flash of white light indicates that the self test is successful.
||Category 2, will not float
||Optical infra-red link
||Three-stage manual operation
||Class 2, -20°C to +55°C, (-4°F to +131°F)
|Battery type and life:
||9V Lithium; 5 years storage, then 24 hours operating
||Temporary immersion to 10m (30 ft) for 5 mins.(IP 58, IPX7)
||150g ( 5.3 oz)
|MIL-STD-810E (10,000 feet)
||Deployable flexible vertical blade
||5 Watts, +/- 2dB
|121.5 MHz Transmitter
||121.5 MHz +/-3kHz
||50mW, +/- 3dB PERP
Homer sweep drection:
|UP or DOWN
RTCM SC110 STD 11010.2
ETSI EN 302-152-1
||Morse code SOS pattern (30 operations allowed)
||Non-hazardous Shipping: Air or ground
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