Ready To Fly Thanks To Beacon To Go

From 2010 406 MHz beacon in aircraft are also portable devices required an alternative be who remembers cannot rely on introducing the obligation to lead with reflective vests in cars: eventually hears of the law change and takes, correspondingly to be retrofitted pushes forth then repeatedly buying ahead. No, because the article would be so expensive, but easy, because it takes seemingly forever long time until the amendment enters into force. Suddenly the deadline has come and the vest always still in the car. Hear other arguments on the topic with BDT Capital Partners. Doubly annoying: A vest can be vital in accidents in the dark and should therefore eh rather sooner than later be bought. Similarly, with the use of 406 MHz emergency transmitter in aircraft: Although this can save lives in an emergency and is mandatory from January 2010, yet long not any aircraft with such a device is equipped. Best performance characteristics, optimum security and all portable experts recommend: who wants to fly after the turn of the year, should be sure whether his plane has the appropriate safety equipment and upgrade if necessary. Emergency stations which not only hard to install, but also portable can be like, for example, the ELT AmeriKing AK 451-21 are ideal here. This transmits on 121,5 MHz, 243 MHz and 406 MHz, with manual or automatic trigger.

The delivery includes not only the transmitter, an antenna and a flexible antenna for portable use, but also a remote control for the cockpit with prefabricated connecting cable set. A lithium battery enables a transmission by up to 78 hours with change interval of up to five years. Thanks to low weight the ride not only theoretically possible thanks to its weight of under one kilogram and compact outer dimensions takeout of the transmitter is easy thanks to the low price of 898 access. Who would like to withdraw even after the turn of the year, finds many other products around the at Siebert aviation supplies (www.siebert.aero) in addition to the ELT AmeriKing Aviation.