406 MHz Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs) are vital safety devices for any vessel straying beyond the visual range of land. When activated, 406 MHz EPIRBs transmit a unique signal that is detected by a network of satellites. This network is known as the COSPAS-SARSAT system, and it is used to rapidly locate and rescue people in distress. The signal transmitted by a 406 MHz EPIRB can be detected by a satellite within minutes, which is why they are essential safety devices for any vessel operating in remote areas. We provide the best Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) for ships from our partner companies to ensure the safety of your crew and passengers. With our 406 MHz EPIRB, you can rest assured that help will always be close at hand.
- The EPIRB is a life-saving device that sends an emergency signal to authorities in the event of an accident or disaster
- The EPIRB has a transmission time of 48 hours, ensuring you will be found quickly and safely
- The EPIRB sends its signal on the 406 MHz frequency, which is the most reliable for emergency signals
- The EPIRB is powered by a lithium battery, making it a reliable and long-lasting choice