Did you know that GME is Australia’s largest manufacturer of PLBs and EPIRBs? What’s more, is that their MT610G PLB has been developed using the latest technology in emergency beacons and will give you peace of mind wherever your adventure takes you!
This device requires no subscription, and from the date of manufacture, you can use it at any stage within the 7-year battery life and be guaranteed that the signal will transmit for a minimum of 24-hours. The antenna must be upright to allow for a clear signal to satellites, and the integrated 72 channel GPS receiver ensures no interference. The MT610G uses the COSPAS-SARSAT global network and 121.5MHz homing transmitter to assist in leading rescuers to your precise location. The emergency alert is activated using an easy single-handed operation, so when every second counts, you can release the antenna, flick it upright and press the red button all in one swift move.
If you’re an adventurer who loves going out of range, or a contractor maintaining tall towers in the middle of nowhere, then having the MT610G PLB from GME in your pocket could well make or break an ugly situation.
Suitable for boaters, hikers, remote campers, and 4WDers
Does not require a subscription
Compact, lightweight and robust
Simple 2-step activation
COSPAS-SARSAT Worldwide Class 2 Certification
72 Channel 406MHz GPS Receiver
121.5MHz homing signal
High-intensity LED Strobe Light
No warm-up time
Impressive 7-year battery life
Non-Hazmat battery pack for easy transportation
IP67 Ingress Protection
Location accuracy better than 100m
Inherently buoyant design
Online device registration is the preferred method and can be done here
6.6W x 3.6D x 8.8H cm
6.6W x 3.6D x 8.8H cm
High Impact UV Resistant Plastic | Translucent Plastic Cap | Energy Absorption Rubber Bumpers
406 MHz Satellite | GPS
Non−hazmat Lithium batteries (LiMnOâ‚‚)
Battery Replacement Interval:
7 Year Battery Life | After Emergency Use
Cospas−Sarsat Worldwide Certification Class 2 | AS/NZS 4280.2
Standard max.x 12/year− | GPS − max. x 1/year
Staff tip:Although buoyant, this PLB is not a substitute for an EPIRB and is not designed to operate in water. However, if operation in water is unavoidable, i.e. kayaking, then make sure the antenna is vertical and clear of the water's surface.