The bees-knees of avalanche transceivers from Pieps.
The Pieps Pro BT beacon is the ideal support for backcountry mountain goers, offering technology of the highest level. With a 60m search strip width, group check, mark function, and an automatic revert-to-transmit mode, the Pro BT is packed with all of the essential functions needed to rescue an avalanche victim. A clear readable screen in all lighting and vibrations at initial signal detection makes it easy to use even in a high-stress situation. Keep you and your buddies as safe as possible when out enjoying the backcountry.
of 60 m for quick and stable initial signal.
for pinpoint accuracy.
reviews all relevant hardware and software elements as well as showing the current software version.
in all lighting conditions.
to let rescuers focus on the visual surface search during the signal search.
for multiple burial scenarios.
the influence of external interferences is eliminated or reduced to a minimum.
can be temporarily deactivated using the smart iProbe. The receiving beacon automatically receives the next strongest signal.
automatically switches from search mode to transmit mode, if the beacon is not moving for a certain time, in case of burial.
reviews the activity and transmission parameters of the partner device.
with soft-touch contact points for improved ergonomics and handling.
gives you an overview of all buried devices within the detectable range.
scans the entire receiving range, the closest 3 victims are indicated.
can be used for specific search strategies as well as for demo reasons.
TX600 is a mini-transmitter for dogs and equipment that is transmitting out of the standard EN300718 and can be received with every Pieps Pro BT.
with the integrated three-dimensional inclinometer, you can measure the slope angle.
neoprene pouch with soft shoulder strap for high wearing comfort at low weight.
for fast access to the device.
min. 600 h in SEND-mode with Lithium batteries.
via Bluetooth and PIEPS-APP.
118 x 76 x 29mm.
230g including batteries.
3 AAA batteries.
-20°C to +45°C.