Backcountry Access Tracker 3
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20% smaller and lighter than the Tracker 2 but with the same ease of use, the thin and compact Tracker 3 offers instant real-time display, 3 antennas and no-nonsense, multiple-burial searching.
Backcountry Access stepped it up again this winter with its all-new Tracker3 Avalanche Beacon. Twenty percent lighter and smaller than its big brother, the Tracker2, the Tracker3 contains real-time display, a third receiving antenna, and markings for multiple burials. Its progressive industrial design creates unmatched wearing comfort and user experience.
Backcountry Access Tracker 3 Avalanche Transceiver. Smaller and more lightweight, this Backcountry Access Tracker 3 Avalanche Transceiver is a no-nonsense model that tracks buried victims with an easy to use, intuitive, real-time display. The easiest just got smaller. BCA's renowned ease-of-use now comes in a smaller package. New features includ: BCA's no-nonsense marking for multiple burials. The Tracker3's foundation is built around Backcountry Access Tracker Technology-the industry's fastest, most precise pinpointing, and instantaneous real-time display. Combine this with Tracker's reputation for durability and reliability and you have the most functional beacon in the marketplace. Weight: 0.34 pounds / 5.4 ounces / 153 grams without harness and batteries. Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.8 x 0.9" / 11.5 x 7.1 x 2.4 cm Frequency: 457 kHz. Power Supply: Three AAA alkaline batteries. Warranty: 5 years
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Tracker's legendary ease-of-use in a smaller package. The Tracker3(TM) has Tracker2's renowned ease of use and instantaneous real-time display-and it's 20 percent smaller and lighter. T3 is the thinnest multi-antenna transceiver available. Three antennas and no-nonsense multiple burial searching.
Safety in a small package - the Tracker 3 Avalanche Transceiver from Backcounty Access is packed with the latest transceiver technology for easy use and fast finds. A fast processor eliminates lag-time, and by pressing a button during multi-person incident, the transceiver masks other signals of victims that have been rescued, allowing you to locate others quickly. Numeric display and loudspeaker indicate distance, and LED lights indicate direction of victim - rotate in hand and follow the lights to the individual.
- Mountain Gear