| Emergency locator transmitters are essential pieces of equipment you hope you never need to use. The compact boxes are kept onboard the aircraft for the safety of pilot, passengers and crew. In the event of a crash or other emergency, the ELT sends out an emergency alert beacon automatically that helps search and rescue crews locate the craft. Are you looking for an emergency transmitter that broadcasts at 121.5 MHz, or a 406 MHz emergency locator beacon? We carry both types. We even carry compact ELTs with a rod antenna, whip antenna or blade antenna to work with your aircraft and normal route. We even carry ELT (aircraft) base kits and emergency beacons for helicopters.
At SkyGeek's aviation ELT shop, we also offer personal locator beacons. The personal EPIRB is a compact device that can be carried on a lanyard and worn by an individual to help rescue workers find them after exiting a damaged or crashed aircraft. The personal locator uses a replaceable battery. If dropped in water, it will float, so this incredibly useful device will keep you safe, even in the most difficult types of situations. Most models include integrated GPS devices for added safety.
For the best ELTs for aviation use, SkyGeek has you covered. Fly strong, and fly safe by making sure your aircraft is properly equipped with the latest models of emergency locator transmitters.
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