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A low-maintenance friend who knows how to network.
- Its 406 MHz signal relays information to the worldwide SAR satellite network
- The 121.5 MHz signal relays your location to localized ground Search and Rescue operations
- On-board GPS accurately notifies rescuers of your position and is accurate to within 100 meters
- Device floats so it's ideal for adventures over water
- Bright LED strobe light is automatically activated when rescue signal sent
- Full-function test mode lets you know it is working properly without draining the battery
- GPS acquisition test mode allows you to test GPS functionality up to 12 times over the life of the battery
- Small, lightweight, and easy to carry in a pack, pocket, or on the included lanyard
- No subscription or activation fees required, but an optional subscription service is available through 406Link.com that allows you to send periodic 'I'm OK' messages to family
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How many "OK" messages can you send with...
How many "OK" messages can you send with this unit?
406Link.com says you can get about 60 messages with GPS or 420 without before the battery needs to be replaced.
So there is a market for scuba divers to...
So there is a market for scuba divers to carry down to debth if it will take the pressure of say 100 feet underwater in a sealed water proof bag. Lots of cases where lost at sea (see left behind movie for true story) where the divers are swept out to sea in strong currents and boat couldn't find them. You might want to test your product out and see if it will do the job.
I would say probably not. it is only rated at 5 meters for 60 minutes or 10 meters for 10 minutes.