EBC 302 – AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
ELT with autoactivation, cabin/cockpit mounted, with an integral antenna. Transmits on 121.5 and 243.0MHz.
The EBC 302 is the basis of our entire 302 series of ELTs. Designed for either automatic or manual usage, this “smart beacon” has a 360˚ omnidirectional accelerometer rather than a single-axis G switch. The EBC 302 can, therefore, tell the difference between being dropped, a hard landing, or an actual crash. If a crash does occur, the EBC 302 automatically transmits a distress signal simultaneously on both the civilian (121.5 MHz) and military (243.0 MHz) international emergency frequencies. Operating the toggle switch at the top of the unit allows for manual operation or pre-flight testing of power output, modulation and battery strength.
Like all EBC ELTs, the EBC 302 is designed to stay with the pilot. The EBC 302 incorporates a permanently attached, integral, unbreakable antenna, a nylon lanyard to enhance its’ portability, and is mounted in a quick-release bracket in the cabin within easy reach of the pilot. In case of emergency, if you leave your aircraft, your EBC ELT can go with you.
Over 35 years of field experience has shown the EBC 302 to be virtually immune to false alarms. Confidence and peace of mind are yours with this lightweight, durable unit capable of transmitting a signal to a search and rescue satellite or rescue aircraft for up to eight days.
The EBC 302 is FCC Type Accepted under part 87.
- Intended for installation in cockpit or cabin area
- Recessed 3 position toggle switch
- 2 year parts and labor warranty
- Comes complete with mounting bracket, battery pack
- Uses two GS-21 battery packs
- Yellow baked enamel aluminum case
- Flexible non-telescoping antenna extends 19″ above transmitter body
- Size: 2.5″W x 2″D x 6.5″H
- Weight: 1.8 lbs. with battery pack installed
||Satellite: 1200+ miles
||Search Aircraft: Line of Sight
||120 hours or more @ 21˚C
||-20˚C to +55˚C
||Both 121.5 MHz and 243.0 MHz
||Withstands up to 1000 Gs
||Complete submersion in salt water up to 24 hrs.
||Swept tone 1600 Hz to 300 Hz, 2-4 times per second
||75 mW PERP after 48 hours @ -20˚C