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AvalancheTransceivers

In 1997, the Tracker DTS revolutionized the transceiver market by introducing Digital, Dual Antennae Technology. Since then, it has become the world’s best-selling transceiver. Tracker DTS is the easiest beacon on the market because of its Rapid Processor and simple User interface. As the world’s most widely used transceiver, the Tracker has established a strong reputation for durability and reliability. The digital transceiver is ideal for any beginners or those who are inexperienced with avalanche rescue as it is so simple to use and easy to get to grips with. If skiers are caught out by an avalanche, their companions in the vicinity have their work cut out. They have to locate the victims and dig them out as quickly as possible. The chances of survival diminish rapidly after 18 minutes of burial in the snow. Avalanche transceivers are essential items of equipment for anyone going off Piste but useless unless the carrier also has a probe  and shovel  to dig the victim out. The Avalanche transceiver can make the difference between life and death. When the tracker shows you’re within 3 metres of the victim, put the beacon to the ground and prepare to use the probe and shovel. The transceiver should be carried on you, worn directly under your outermost layer and switched on to transmission mode every time you go off piste. Keep it turned on until back on piste.

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AvalancheTransceivers

In 1997, the Tracker DTS revolutionized the transceiver market by introducing Digital, Dual Antennae Technology. Since then, it has become the world’s best-selling transceiver. Tracker DTS is the easiest beacon on the market because of its Rapid Processor and simple User interface. As the world’s most widely used transceiver, the Tracker has established a strong reputation for durability and reliability. The digital transceiver is ideal for any beginners or those who are inexperienced with avalanche rescue as it is so simple to use and easy to get to grips with. If skiers are caught out by an avalanche, their companions in the vicinity have their work cut out. They have to locate the victims and dig them out as quickly as possible. The chances of survival diminish rapidly after 18 minutes of burial in the snow. Avalanche transceivers are essential items of equipment for anyone going off Piste but useless unless the carrier also has a probe  and shovel  to dig the victim out. The Avalanche transceiver can make the difference between life and death. When the tracker shows you’re within 3 metres of the victim, put the beacon to the ground and prepare to use the probe and shovel. The transceiver should be carried on you, worn directly under your outermost layer and switched on to transmission mode every time you go off piste. Keep it turned on until back on piste.