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Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
When Activated, A Personal-Rescue-Satellite-Beacon
Begins To Transmit A Unique Personal-Identified Satellite Rescue Signal.
A Network Of SARSAT-Satellites Circle The Earth Continually, Waiting To Detect Rescue Signals And Instantly Relay Them To The SARSAT Emergency Response Center. Once The Emergency Signal Is Received, The SARSAT Database
Calls Up The Unique Record Of The Person Who Registered The Beacon System, And Presents The Rescue Command With Vital Information On The Potential Emergency, Situation, Preexisting Medical Info, Emergency Contact Information, Filed Itinerary, etc.. Emergency
Response Is Put Into Action Effectively!
Once The Emergency Search & Rescue Response Team Is Overhead, Or On The Ground, In The General Area Of The Coordinates, They Use A Homing-Beacon-Direction-Finder To Follow The Homing Beacon Signal Being Transmitted By The Personal-Satellite-Rescue-Beacon
The Key Word Is PERSONAL
The Greatest Success Comes When The Search & Rescue Team Finds The Beacon Attached To The Person In Need Of Rescue!
This New Global Rescue Service Technology has been evolving since first approved for public use by the FCC in 2003. Today's ACR Personal Rescue Satellite Beacon With Built-in GPS Distributed By Casanova's, Has The Capability To
Send The Person's Coordinates Anywhere On Earth, With As Little As 3 Minutes Of Activation, The SARSAT People Know The Location!
Around the world...around the clock...NOAA proudly stands watch
As an integral part of worldwide search and rescue, NOAA operates the Search And Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) System to detect and locate mariners, aviators, and recreational enthusiasts in distress almost anywhere in the world
at anytime and in almost any condition.
The SARSAT system uses NOAA satellites in low-earth and geostationary orbits to detect and locate aviators, mariners, and land-based users in distress. The satellites relay distress signals from emergency beacons to a network of ground stations and ultimately to the U.S.
Mission Control Center (USMCC) in Suitland, Maryland. The USMCC processes the distress signal and alerts the appropriate search and rescue authorities to who is in distress and, more importantly, where they are located. Truly, SARSAT takes the "search" out of search and
NOAA-SARSAT is a part of the international Cospas-Sarsat Program to which 36 nations and two independent SAR organizations belong to. To find out more about SARSAT please explore our online resources and Catalog Showcase. Share The Info, Feel Free To Link To Our
Online Resource Pages. Share Your Experiences With Our Friends And Viewers, Email Us Your Story.
Here At Casanova's, We Are Working To Help People Around The World Get Informed About This Wonderful New Technology And Service And Help Make It Realistically Obtainable.
With Each Personal Satellite Rescue Beacon From Casanova's Comes Free SARSAT User Registration. SARSAT Provides Their Service At No Charge! Our Customers Only Pay The Cost Of A State-of-The-Art Personal Beacon Device. We Help Each Customer
Registered Their Device, And Provide Lifetime User Support At No Charge - When The System Is Purchased At The Fair MSRP Price. We Also Provide The Beacons At A Reduced Self-Serving Price For Those Who Choose To Do Their Own Support.
We Also Offer Easy Monthly Payment Terms - Email For Details
Groups Of More Than One Person Note
These are personal rescue beacons and are intended to be registered with one person.
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