MT410G GME 349.00  

GME MT410G Personal Locator Beacon PLB (MT410G)

GME Part Number: MT410G

(4.8 out of 5, 78 reviews)
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  • Offers peace of mind to any person undertaking outdoor activities
  • Unique patented technology- no warm up period
  • Featherweight, compact and robust construction
MT410G (with GPS - 45m position accuracy) with a massive 7 year battery replacement life. An 'industry first' is a 7 year warranty, a high intensity LED strobe and a 'Non Hazmat' battery pack for simple and cost effective transportation.

The MT410G sends information to the COSPOS SARSAT satellites, which receive 406 MHz digital beacon signals. The 406 MHz receptor has fast accurate detection, and personal identification of each beacon. The GPS component results in a small search area, allowing a targeted response from authorities. This is of real assistance in a life threatening situation.

Today with cutting edge microprocessor technology, GME's engineers are able to provide the outdoor adventurer with a 406 MHz PLB solution that is affordable. The MT410 series provides enhanced peace of mind for boaters, bush walkers, 4 x 4 enthusiasts and aviators, should they require emergency assistance.

GME has been designing and manufacturing emergency beacons in Australia for over 30 years. In that time literally hundreds of lives have been saved in Australia and around the world.

Register your MT410G with local authorities so that, in the event of an emergency, they'll know who you are.

These PLBs are coded for registration in Australia. They can be used anywhere in the world, but if you are living in another country it is recommended to purchase a unit locally that can be registered with your local authority.

Difference in search area of GPS vs NON-GPS Emergency Beacons

PLBs are personal locating beacons – they are pocket sized.
EPIRBs are emergency position indicating beacons – they must float to conform to regulations.

State and Territory Marine authorities regulations are now in force. All boats proceeding more than 2nms outside partially smooth waters, are required to carry an EPIRB that meets the Australian/New Zealand Standard 4280.1 (deals specifically with EPIRBs). EPIRBs are required to operate for a minimum of 48 hours, and float upright with antenna clear of the water, when deployed. EPIRBs are designed to operate most effectively, when activated and deployed in the water. Please note that a PLB (see separately) does not conform, and will not be accepted by regulators, as satisfying the Standard 4280.1. PLBs can of course, be carried on vessels as additional safety devices for personal use. This may be particularly helpful in man-overboard situations.

PLBs sold in Australia are required to meet AS/NZS 4280.2 and must operate for a minimum of 24 hours. They can be used on land, in the air, and on water. Although they are required to float, PLBs don’t have to confirm to EPIRB regulations. In a marine environment, a survivor would need to ensure the beacon antenna is supported clear of the water, so that it can operate effectively.

PLBs will not be accepted by the regulators as EPIRBs for the purpose of the emergency beacon regulations. The intent is that boats must be fitted with EPIRBs that meet Part 1 of the Standard 4280. Owners and crews are encouraged however, to carry PLBs in addition to the boat's EPIRB, where conditions and activities may lead to man overboard situations.
  • Activation Automatically when antenna deployed
  • Duration In excess of 24 hours at -20°C, longer at higher ambient temperatures
  • Transmission 121.5 and 406 MHz
  • Delay 60 seconds to de-activate proior to transmission
  • Warm-Up - None required (due to digital signal frequency generation)
  • VHF 121.5 MHz, 50 mW ±3 dB, swept tone AM (analogue)
  • UHF 406.028 MHz, 5 W ± 2 dB, PSK (digital)
  • Strobe > 20 flashes/minute 2 x high intensity white LED
  • COSPAS-SARSAT Certified to C/S T.001 (Class 2) requirements
  • Approvals - AS/NZS 4280.2
  • - ETSI EN 302 152-1
  • Repetition Period 50 s mean digitally generated randomization
  • VHF Satellite compatible phase coherent
  • Replacement Period Prior to replacement date marked on case (7 years)
  • Replacement Method Authorised service centre or factory only (non user replaceable)
  • Battery Chemistry LiMnS02 (0.49 g Lithium per cell)
  • Battery Configuration 2 electronically isolated batteries, each consisting of 2 cell types CR17345
  • Operating -20°C to +55 °C
  • Storage -30°C to +70°C
  • Weight MT410: 235g
  • MT410G: 250g
  • Compass Safe Distance 0.1 m (for minimum deflection)
  • Dimensions 135 mm (H) x 71 mm (W) x 38 mm (D)
  • Buoyant Will float in fresh/salt water (RTMCM Cat1)
  • Waterproof Submersion to 1m
  • Materials High visibility yellow chassis with translucent cap. UV stabilised high impact plastic chassis with energy absorbtion overmouled bumpers.
GPS Receiver
  • Type Ultra-high sensitivity L1 frequency C/A
  • Channels 16 channel, 8192 time/frequency search windows
  • Antenna Dielectrically loaded quadrifilar helix
  • Acquisition Cold start 34 seconds typical
  • Warm start < 3.5 seconds typical
  • Position Located to within 45m typical
Other Features
  • Transport Meets UN requirements for transport as non-hazardous cargo on board passenger aircraft
  • Antenna Flexible and robust wire rope design. Marine grade 316 stainless steel
  • Included Accessories Wrist/Neck strap. Protective carry pouch with multidirectional belt loops
  • Antenna Flexible self straightening stainless steel design
  • Programmable via external interface to operate over 406.000 MHz to 406.100 MHz. Other protocols available.

Specifications are provided as a guide only, and are subject to change without notice.
Package Includes:

  • MT410G Beacon
  • Wrist/Neck strap
  • Protective carry pouch with multidirectional belt loops

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MT410G PLB Reviews

Average Customer Rating:  
  (4.8 out of 5 based on 78 reviews)

Verified Buyer's Rating
5 5
7 July 2021

Great device good price

Great service. Quick delivery.

Pros: Great service. Quick delivery.
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5 5
, Dubbo NSW
27 May 2021

Great device

Great product and a good price for peace of mind when travelling remotely

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5 5
, Sydney, AU
26 May 2021

I hope I never need it

This is one of those things you don't want to 'have to' acquire, and hope you never need, but will be infinitely glad you have if/when 'the time' comes. I purchased this for bushwalking, camping, and misc other land activities. It's a good size for a hiking backpack, and does come with a case that has a belt strap if that's your thing. Seems fairly sturdy as well, so not worried about it breaking getting knocked about. It's also Australian made, and that's important to me as I want to do all I can to support highly skilled manufacturing and design jobs onshore.

Pros: it might save my life one day
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5 5
, Sydney
6 May 2021

Excellent locally made product.

This is my second MT410G, with my first having moved on to a new owner when I sold my plane. The unit is very portable (can be worn on your belt) and is very well supported by the local manufacturer. With any luck you will never have to use it but if you do, it is a great price for something that could save your life.

Pros: Compact safety device at a good price.
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Verified Buyer's Rating
5 5
5 May 2021

Untested, of course!

Since I have not been in a situation to test this, I just assume it will work if I need it! It resides in a pocket in my pack, fits nicely, not heavy. I am happy with it as it gives extra security when I am hiking.

Pros: Compact enough to fit is a limited space. Light.
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