ACR ResQLink™400 406MHz GPS PLB


A buoyant, GPS-enabled rescue beacon designed for YOU!  No subscription required.

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A ResQLink 400 PLB designed to fit on your person with ease

Small but resilient, the ResQLink 400 has been professionally engineered and tested to ensure it can withstand even the harshest elements.

This buoyant Personal Locator Beacon requires no subscription for use and can be utilized to enhance your safety in a wide variety of environments.

Whether on land, at sea, or in the air, trust that the ResQLink’s satellite precision and military durability.

Small and mighty ResQLink™400 puts rescue in the palm of your hands.

ResQLink™400 is a full-powered, GPS-enabled rescue beacon designed for anglers, pilots and back country sportsmen. At 0.33 lbs, the ResQLink distress beacon weighs less than a couple of energy bars. Topping just 3.9 inches, it’s smaller than the cell phone in your pocket.

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ResQLink 400
Product Description
Buoyant Personal Locator Beacon without Digital Display
Caravanning, farming,hiking, camping, rock climbing, snow mobiling, skiing, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding etc.
4.52” (L) x 2.03” (W) x 1.49” (D) 11.48 cm (L) x 5.16 cm (W) x 3.78 cm (D)
0.33 lbs (148 g)
Non-hazmat Lithium batteries (LiMnO₂)
Class 2 Operation (at -4°F / -20°C)
Multi-Constellation receiver (GPS and Galileo GNSS)
Temperature Range
Storage: -22°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C) Operating: -4°F to +131°F (-20°C to +55°C)
Battery Replacement
After 5 years or after emergency use, whichever is first.
Battery Life
Battery Operational Life Exceeds required 24 Hours @ -20°C - Storage -40°C to +70°C
Operational Life**
24+ hours
5 years
16.40 ft (5m) @ 1 hr., 33 ft (10m) @ 10 min.
Cospas-Sarsat, FCC, Europe RED
  • What do PLBs do?
    Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs) are distress radio beacons which transmit location information about individuals directly to Search and Rescue forces letting them know that the owner is in grave and imminent danger.
  • When do you use a Beacon?
    Most Search-and-Rescue (SAR) organizations instruct that beacons are satellite signaling devices of last resort, for use when all other means of self-rescue have been exhausted, where the situation is grave with imminent danger and the loss of life, limb, eyesight or valuable property will occur without assistance.
  • What is a UIN and where do I find it on the beacon so I can register my beacon?
    This is the Unique Identifier Number that is programmed into each beacon at the factory. The UIN number consists of 15 digit series of letters and numbers that make up the unique identity of the beacon. The UIN is on a white label on the exterior of the beacon. This number is also referred to as the Hex ID.
  • How do I register my beacon? 406 MHz Beacons must be registered with the National Authority of the country you live in. AMSA Beacon Registration Q: Can 406 MHz beacons be used anywhere in the world? Yes, 406 MHz beacons can be used anywhere in the world, including the Poles.
  • Is there a subscription fee for beacon registration or rescue service?
    Beacon registration is free, should you ever have to activate your beacon, rescue is free in most parts of the world.
  • How often should I carry out a Self Test?
    The beacon owners' manual usually recommends the frequency of these tests.

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