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Epirb Mcmurdo 406 Mhz With Gps + Acr on 2040-parts.com

US $135.00
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Clermont, Florida, United States

Clermont, Florida, United States
EPIRB McMurdo 406 Mhz with GPS + ACR, US $135.00, image 1

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McMurdo Smartfind Plus G5 CAT II EPIRB with GPSThe McMurdo Smartfind Plus G5 Category 2 EPIRB is a Manual Bracket Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon that can send a signal to Search and Rescue with your location with accuracy of less than 62M. The G5 offers a Bright, flashing LED light, 6 Year Battery Storage Life and Minimum 48hr continuous operation.
MC82800001A2 MAN#: 82-800-001A-2 ID#: 4934

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