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EBC 406AP ELT for Fixed Wing Aircraft - Open Box

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Overview

Open box - minor installation marks. Battery valid through 2024

Automatic Portable 406 MHz ELT compete system for fixed wing aircraft. INcludes transmitter, survival antenna, mounting bracket, external whip antenna with cable & battery pack. For cabin/cockpit installation.

The EBC 406 is the first of the new line of digital EBC ELT's. Designed with the newest technology it also incorporates the best and proven features that characterize all of EBC's emergency locator transmitters. These transmitters have encapsulated electronics and battery packs to provide for added protection against shock, moisture, and other environmental hazards. They have a built-in monitor that emits a loud beeping tone if the ELT is activated. They can be activated either automatically or manually.

The EBC 406 lines of emergency locator transmitters have been designed with installation flexibility in mind. The EBC 406 AP-Series ELT should be installed in the cabin of the aircraft. Installation near the pilot eliminates the need for a remote control, thus reducing the installation costs and eliminating the need to use precious panel space. Installation in the cabin also allows for easy removal of the ELT in case of an actual emergency - just disconnect the external antenna coax cable and attach the survival antenna. The EBC 406 AF-Series should be installed in the tail section of the aircraft for those who prefer that ELT location. In that case, a remote unit is provided for the aircraft panel so the the ELT can be controlled by the pilot. As with the cabin mounted unit, survival antenna is used when the transmitter is removed from the aircraft. All EBC 406 ELT's have a built-in self test feature that allows the pilot to check 406 power and the antenna-coax connection. Both cabin and tail mount ELT's use an external antenna.

Features

  • Operating Freqs: 406.028 MHz and 121.5 MHzOutput Power on 406 MHz: 5W for 24 Hours at -20COutput Power on 121.5 MHz: 50mW min for 50 Hours at -20COperating Temperature: -20C to +55CBattery Type: Lithium Manganese DioxideUseful Battery Life: 5 Years or 1 Hour of Cumulative UseModulation 406 MHz: Biphase L (16KOG1D)
  • Modulation 121.5 MHz: Swept Tone 1600Hz to 300 Hz, 2-4 Times/Second
  • Automatic Activation: Velocity Change of 4.5 feet per Second
  • Altitude: 50,000 feet
  • Decompression: 8000 feet to 40,000 feet
  • High Pressure: -15,000 feet
  • Humidity: 95% for 50 Hours
  • Shock Performance: Withstands 500G's on 6 axes
  • Vibration: Withstands 10 G's
  • Immersion: Withstands 24 hours in Salt Water
  • Warranty: 2 Years, Made in the USA.

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