By adding features like flagging, group beacon testing, and a Fine Search mode to their fast, user-friendly digital three-antenna platform, Ortovox has made their 3+ Recco Avalanche Transceiver a solid choice for dedicated backcountry touring enthusiasts. The Fine Search mode makes the most of this transceiver's intuitive circular display, with precise distance values and concentric bars that reinforce what the numbers and acoustic search are indicating. Flagging aids in multiple burial situations by allowing you to mark and mute found signals once you're within a prescribed distance, letting you move onto the next signal without confusion. While searching, this avalanche transceiver protects you against secondary slides via an automatic revert-to-transmit feature, which first alerts you with an alarm, then switches the unit back into Send mode after sensing 120 seconds without motion. And Ortovox's Smart-Antenna-Technology utilizes an internal sensor to detect the orientation of the corresponding 3+ beacon and automatically transmits to the best antenna. With the 3+ Avalanche Transceiver from Ortovox, you can feel confident touring in the backcountry.
Full digital three-antenna microprocessor-controlled avalanche receiver
Smart-Antenna-Technology sends data via the best antenna, regardless of unit orientation
Fine Search mode makes close-range searching more intuitive in high-stress situations
Easy Mark Flagging allows you to mute found signals and proceed to the next victim
Automatic revert-to-send with audible alert protects you in the event of a secondary slide
Partner Check function makes starting out safely with your crew an easy task
Equipped with RECCO reflector to enhance chances of finding victims faster
3 digital, Smart-Antenna-Technology
Maximum range: 40 m, Search strip width: < 40 m
1 AA Alkaline 1.5 V, (250 hour transmission capacity)
270 g (including batteries and case)
2 year limited 5 year limited with product registration
Equipment Use & Safety
This equipment is generally intended for use in unpatrolled backcountry terrain. Learn more.