The Mammut PULSE Barryvox Avalanche Beacon is an essential part of your avalanche safety quiver, with one of the best combinations of range, features, and usability in the business. The Pulse Barryvox features an easy to use and intuitive interface, a maximum 60 meter search range, and a choice of either basic or advanced modes that make the beacon user-friendly for both beginners and avalanche professionals. 3-D Motion Sensors give the Pulse the ability to detect even the tiniest movements in a buried victim wearing another Pulse Barryvox beacon. The Pulse offers the additional ability to use an audible analog signal as an aid in searching for victims.
Digital and analog mode available
MapView display: Overview of number, distances and locations of subjects
Signal analysis and signal separation (DSP) in the case of multiple burials
Digital search with optical distance and direction indication
Marking (mark) of found victims and removal of previously set markers (unmark)
Intuitive and easy to use thanks to clear user navigation and fully graphic display
3 Antennas for simple pinpointing in close range and for deeply buried victims
Acoustic user navigation including search support for pinpointing
Firmware 4.0 with 2 user profiles, Basic and Advanced. Optimized first signal display using intelligent signal processing, real time-optimized 360 degree directional display for maximum search speed and fine-locating with additional distance aid.
Frequency check for group test
Intelligent group check to assure proper functioing prior to a tour
Automatic self-test while switching-on
User guide and menu in 8 languages
High resistance to impact and breakage, headphone connection, detection of lithium batteries, LCD contrast setting
Alkaline 3 x AAA 1.5 volt
113 mm x 75 mm x 27 mm
3-D Motion Sensors Movement detector: analysis and transmission of vital data. Detection of victims (automatically switches to transmit mode). Rescue-SEND (automatically switches if the rescuer is buried in a secondary avalanche)
Beacons Require Training Wearing an avalanche beacon is no guarantee of safety in avalanche terrain. We recommend that backcountry travelers take an AIARE Level One class or the equivalent, and practice the skills they learn there regularly with their partners.