GlobalFIX V4 (EPIRB) MANUAL GPS
With integral GPS. 10 year, user-replaceable, non-hazmat lithium battery. Category II manual release bracket. 5 Watt transmitter.
Drastically increase your probability of survival at sea with the multiple built-in redundancies of the GlobalFIX V4 marine distress EPIRB. Upon activation, the GlobalFIX V4’s robust internal GPS accurately fixes your exact location. Your coordinates are then broadcast via a powerful 406 MHz distress signal to Search and Rescue forces worldwide. In the absence of GPS data, orbiting Cospas-Sarsat satellites can accurately triangulate your position using the 406 MHz signal alone. A 121.5 MHz homing signal further guides searchers to your exact position.
The GlobalFIX V4 is a full-featured EPIRB loaded with high-efficiency electronics for performance you can count on, including an internal 66 channel GPS for faster acquisition from a cold start. A protective keypad cover helps prevent false activation, and the all-new, user-replaceable battery pack has a 10-year replacement interval — reducing the overall ownership cost and making replacement a breeze.
The GlobalFIX V4 has two functional self-tests to monitor the beacon’s transmission, power and battery performance and GPS acquisition. Pair these tests with ACR’s 406Link.com optional testing portal (available for the Americas only) and receive satellite confirmation messages directly to your cell phone or email.
GlobalFIX V4 offers the very latest in marine electronic lifesaving technology:
- Highly visible LED strobe – Energy efficient
- Internal 66 channel GPS – Faster acquisition from a cold start
- High efficiency electronics – Performance you can count on
- User replaceable battery – 10 year battery life
- Professional grade design – Engineered, tested and built for years of use in harsh environments
- Simple manual activation – Keypad with protective cover to prevent false alarms
|Dimensions||6 x 4 x 10 in|
|Part Number||2830 (Category I); 2831 (Category II)|
|Size (no antenna)||8.13 (H) X 4.28” (W) (20.7 X 10.9 cm)|
|Weight (with bracket)||Category I - 66.10 oz (1874 g) / Category II - 34.92 oz (990 g)|
|Weight (beacon only)||27 oz (764 g)|
|GPS||Internal GPS (66 Channel)|
|Battery||Class 2 (non-hazmat) lithium battery (user replaceable) - LiMnO2 (P/N 1104)|
|Battery Replacement||10 year user replaceable battery (replace 10 years after date of manufacture or after activation)|
|Material||High impact UV resistant polymer|
|Strobe||4 LED Array Strobe Light|
|Deployment||Category I - Hydrostatic release (auto) or Manual, Category II - Manual release|
|Activation||Out of bracket and wet, or manually in or out of bracket|
|Waterproof||33 ft (10 m) for 5 min.|
|Output Power||5 W +/- 2dB (406.037 MHz); 50 mW +/-3dB (121.5 MHz)|
|Operational Life||48 hours minimum @ -4°F (-20°C)|
|Typical Performance||+48 hrs. @ -4°F (-20°C); Longer in higher ambient temperature|
|Operating Temp.||-4°F to +131°F (-20°C to +55°C ) (Class 2)|
|Storage Temp.||-22°F to + 158°F (-30°C to +70°C)|
|Accessories||SeaShelter™4 (P/N 2832), QuickDraw™ V4 (P/N 2833), Cat I HydroFix™ HRU (P/N 9490.1)|
|Approvals||Cospas-Sarsat, FCC, MED (Pending), IC Acceptances: USCG Meets: GMDSS, RTCM, IEC, and IMO standards|
|406Link.com||120 satellite detectable basic self tests (available only in the Americas)|