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  • ELT 3000HM

    The all new ARTEX ELT 3000HM is a truly integrated, transport-grade Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) for the rotorcraft market. The compact form factor is coupled with the integrated NAV interface (ARINC429 or RS232) which omits the requirement and expense of installing a separate NAV interface unit, and provides significant reductions in weight and cost.

     

  • ARTEX ELT 4000 HM Alkaline ELT

    ELT 4000HM

    The regulatory environment for Lithium Batteries has changed, and the ELT 4000HM is here for it. ACR is providing innovative battery system designs that assure a trouble-free certification path. The Artex ELT 4000HM is completely exempt from any FAA Lithium Battery compliance issues, and ships non-hazmat.

     

     

  • C406-2 HM

    The Artex C406-2 HM is an emergency locator transmitter (ELT) that has been built to meet the rigorous requirements of TSO C126, and pass even the toughest safety tests. The C406-2 HM ELT automatically activates during a crash, and transmits a 406 MHz digital message to a worldwide network of satellites, which allows first responders to quickly and accurately identify not only where you are, but who you are as well. These factors help take the ‘search’ out of ‘search and rescue’, and allow local first responders to more easily bring you home.

     

  • C406-N HM

    The Artex C406-N HM is a single output emergency locator transmitter (ELT) that contains the latitude/longitude information from the aircraft navigation system. Following long message protocol, the 406 MHz transmitter turns on and transmits an encoded digital message to the Cospas/Sarsat satellite system every 50 seconds for 520 milliseconds. During a crash, the ELT automatically activates and transmits the standard swept tone on 121.5 and 243.0 MHz.

     

  • ARTEX PLB Video

    ARTEX PLB

    The ultra-compact ARTEX PLB can easily fit into your pocket or can be attached to a belt, taking up minimal space and ensuring it is readily accessible.

     

     

     

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  • Firefly® PRO SOLAS

    $69.99

    The Firefly PRO Solas emergency strobe light boasts an all-new light output power management system that produces over 41 candelas of light per strobe for up to 56 hours of use (with AA lithium batteries). Using wide-light emission LEDs, it cuts through even the toughest conditions, creating a super-bright flash visible for over 3 miles.

  • WW-3 ResQ™ Whistle

    $14.99

    Get attention when you need it with the WW-3 ResQ™ Whistle. This compact survival whistle was specially developed to locate boaters who’ve fallen overboard, but it can also aid in land rescues. The WW-3 ResQ issues a shrill dual-tone up to 100 decibels, which is audible over great distances. The unique, flat design of this whistle keeps it from holding water, and its 31.5 inch (80 cm) lanyard easily attaches to life jackets, rafts, and other weather gear. And, to top it all of, this rescue whistle was built to meet USCG requirements.

  • 110-338 Rod Antenna

    Tri-band, 121.5, 243 & 406 MHz

  • ELT to Nav Interface

    When you’re facing an emergency situation, have peace of mind knowing that with the ELT to Nav Interface, search and rescue teams will have the knowledge of your position, within 100 meters. The ELT to Nav Interface is designed to be connected between the aircraft’s Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver, and any of the 406 MHz series of ELTs. This allows your position to be transmitted along with your distress signal.

  • ME406 Portable ELT

    Soar safely through the skies with the single-output ME406 Portable ELT by your side. If you should ever have to activate this ELT, the 406 MHz transmitter sends an encoded signal every 50 seconds to alert search and rescue teams of your situation. Plus, should circumstances require you to move away from your aircraft and to a more protected or accessible area, the wrap-around auxiliary antenna will continue to transmit your distress signal, even after the ELT has been removed from the aircraft.