|An emergency locator transmitter (ELT) can save your life, but not if the batteries aren't working. The ELT emits an emergency signal on 121.5MHz and 243.0MHz on impact, automatically. It's either done with a switch or by manual activation. With a properly functioning ELT and ELT battery, there's a far greater chance that a search and rescue team can pinpoint the exact location of a fallen aircraft. Keep your ELT operating at its peak performance level with high-quality ELT batteries from Merl, Pointer, Artex and other top brands. These emergency locator transmitter batteries are extremely reliable and are FAA TSO-C91A approved.|
Artex, Merl, Pointer, EBC and Duracell batteries have a proven track record of reliability and can help to assure your safety.
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