Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver

Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver

Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver Features

Key Features of the Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver

  • 457 kHz (transceiver frequency)
  • W-Link Frequency: 916-926 MHz
  • Approximate range: 196 ft
  • Two-button operation
  • Digital 3 antennae device
  • Reverse direction function
Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver
The Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver focuses on the essentials, giving you a great performance. Ease-of-use, precise instructions, one-button operation and a clearly laid out display, make this device extremely easy to use when you are in a life-threatening situation. Your trans receiver is also sturdy and resistant to any sort of impact or breakage. It can be used easily even if you are wearing gloves, and operates on alkaline batteries (LR03/AAA). It gives an overview of distance and direction, as well as the number of victims, and marks their location. This device also allows for digital signal processing in the event of several buried victims. The reverse direction function and acoustic search guidance, only add to its utility. The Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver is an indispensable part of an explorer's kit.

Key Features

  • W-Link: Additional communication channel
  • W-Link Frequency: 916-926 MHz
  • Two-button operation
  • Suitable for use with gloves
  • Search strip width: 50 m (digital)
  • Scalable software platform
  • Reverse direction function
  • Range approx. in meters 60
  • Overview of distance and direction of victims, as well as the number of victims
  • Operation with alkaline batteries (LR03/AAA)
  • One-button operation
  • Marking located victims
  • Intuitive and easy operation
  • Intelligent group test
  • Improved search performance
  • High resistance to impact and breakage
  • Easy updating
  • Digital signal processing in the event of several buried victims
  • Digital 3-antenna device
  • Developed and produced in Switzerland
  • Configuration and testing via the W-Link
  • Battery life: Alkaline: typically 250 hours SEND, at least 200 hours SEND, followed by 1 hour SEARCH
  • Automatic self-test on start up
  • Acoustic search guidance
  • 5 year warranty from Mammut
  • 457 kHz (transceiver frequency)
  • 3 antennas for simple pinpointing in close range and for deeply buried victims
  • 100% Swiss made