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Quick OverviewVery small, compact beacon for advanced users
The Pieps Freeride is a full digital 1-antenna avalanche transceiver that supports the iPROBE's ability for temporary deactivation. Simple to use, the Freeride is small, light and dynamic, a perfect solution for the backcountry rider or skier who doesn't want to carry a lot of extra weight. The Freeride is an excellent choice for backcountry experts doing activities like A/T ski racing.
The Freeride should only be used by advanced transceiver users, as it lacks a directional indicator and has one antenna, requiring advanced search techniques. This is not a beacon designed for beginners.
Manufacturer Pieps Weight 110 g (with batteries) Color Yellow Size One Size Mfg Sku/Part Number PP1095860000ALL1 Dimensions 110 x 58 x 24 mm (4.33 x 2.3 x 0.94 in) Battery One AA Other Features Transmission frequency: 457 kHz (EN 300718)
Power supply: 1 Battery, Alkaline (AA), LR6, 1,5V
Battery lifetime: min. 200 h in send mode
Maximum range: 40 m
Search strip width: 30 m
Temperature range: -20°C (-4° F) to +45°C (113° F)
Included in package: PIEPS FREERIDE, Classic carrying system, Manual
Digital 1-antenna transceiver with simple and clear operation – first transceiver in the size of a mobile phone!
Elliptical receiving range up to 40m
Search-strip width: 30 meters
The dynamic field line guiding and the distinct acoustic signal support the searching process
iProbe Support: the Freeride can be deactivated temporarily by the iProbe and the searcher can focus on the next strongest signal
Fall-back function in case of a second avalanche (user can set the beacon to automatically switch from send to search mode)
Please read all instructions and familiarize yourself with this device's operation and limitations before you go into the backcountry. Better yet, take a professional course on avalanche safety; your friends' lives may depend on it!
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