Pieps TX Dog Avalanche Transmitter

Retailers' Descriptions

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Pieps TX600 Dog Transmitter is a mini-transmitter for finding your dog without steering a search for other people off track. Works outside the international standard EN300718 so it won't compete with avalanche beacons in a search situation. The signal can ONLY be received by Pieps DSP avalanche beacons and Vector avalanche beacons with current firmware. Ideal for search and rescue dogs or your favorite four-legged backcountry companion. Keep your canine companion safe in avalanche terrain with this transmitter. Weight: 70 g (including battery). Dimension: 62 x 47 x 19 mm. Transmission frequency: 457.600 hz. Power: 1 Alkaline AAA battery, IEC-LR03, 1.5V. Frequency: 456 kHz (EN 300718). Battery Life: 70 h in send-mode

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Packable to the size of a soup can that easily stows away in a jacket pocket, the superlight Couloir harness is designed to be the essential skiing and mountaineering harness. Quick-release leg loops allow fast and easy changes while wearing skis or crampons, and low-profile webbing construction allows it to wear comfortably under packs or over clothing. Two webbing gear loops, four Ice Clipper slots and a belay and haul loop complete the package. a Fast drying nylon-webbing construction with traditional buckle a Quick-release leg loops for easy on/off, even while wearing skis or crampons a 2 webbing gear loops and 4 Ice Clipper slots a Low-profile and flat enough to be worn comfortably under a pack or clothing a Packs down into a stuff sack small enough to fit into jacket pocket a 15 kN-rated belay and haul loops Features: a Series: Specialist Series a Weight: 230 g, 8 oz Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail bentgate@bentgate.com with any questions.

- Bentgate.com

Pieps TX Dog Avalanche Transmitter

previously retailed for:
$54.95 - $149.95

The Pieps TX Dog Avalanche Transmitter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 13, 2017 at Bentgate.com.

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