Mammut Pulse Barryvox Transceiver

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The Mammut Barryvox Pulse avalanche transceiver is SIMPLE, FAST, and EFFECTIVE for all users.  Regarded as one of the best transceivers on the market today it is the choice of professional guides in Canada. It sets itself apart from the competition with its ease of use, including making multible transceiver searches a cinch.

Whether you have experience using avalanche transceivers or not, this beacon makes finding one avalanche victim, or multiple burials a quick and easy experience. The Pulse uses a 360° direction arrow that leads you along the shortest path to the avalanche victim. The triple antenna eliminates the need for grid-search pinpointing.

For multiple buried victims, the Pulse Beacon can search for up to eight signals at once. It is extremely simple to scroll through the different burials and pick the beacon you want to search for; then all other signals are eliminated. Once found, you can move on to the next without the interference of other signals.

If you're the one buried, the Mammut  Pulse also has a motion sensor that detects vital signs and lets other Pulse users know you're still alive. In avalanche rescue, efficiency is everything; the Mammut Pulse Barryvox Transceiver shortens your search and thus, gives the avalanche victim a greater chance of survival.

The Mammut Pulse is a key piece of avalanche equipment for your arsenal of tools.  Whether you're using it in advanced mode (fine tuned to your liking) or in basic mode (identical to the Mammut Element), avalanche safety has never been more natural. 


  • Weight  7.4oz, 210g (including batteries)
  • Range  60m in Standard Mode, 90m in Analog Mode
  • Digital  Yes
  • Analog  Yes
  • Batteries  3 AAA, 200hrs
  • Antenna  Triple
  • Warranty  5 Years
  • Suitable for use with gloves
  • Intuitive and easy operation with clear instructions and a fully graphic display as well as fast and precise navigation thanks to a 360° real-time directional display
  • High resistance to impact and breakage
  • Acoustic search guidance
  • Marking of found victims and removal of previously set markers (unmarking)
  • Digital signal processing in the event of several buried victims.
  • Overview of distance, direction and number of victims, including selection of search objects by manual scrolling in the list of victims
  • 100% Swiss made, developed and produced in Switzerland
  • Battery life: Alkaline: typically 250 hours SEND, at least 200 hours SEND, followed by 1 hour SEARCH
  • Analog-digital 3-antenna device with digital and analog modes
  • Scalable software platform; easy updating, configuration and testing via the W-Link
  • Search strip width: 50 m (digital) and 80 m (analog)
  • 3 antennas for simple pinpointing in close range and for deeply buried victims
  • W-Link: Additional communication channel for improved search performance (Not in Japanese version)
  • Analog search using acoustic signal playback via an integrated loudspeaker (full analog mode with manual adjustment of receiver sensitivity)
  • 457 kHz (transceiver frequency)
  • Reverse direction function
  • Intelligent group test
  • 3D movement sensor to analyze and transmit vital data (not in Japanese version)
  • Automatic switching without user intervention from search to send mode based on a 3D movement sensor and for rescuers who are not actively involved in searching in the event of a subsequent avalanche (rescue-SEND)
  • Two-button operation
  • Automatic self-test on start up
  • Operation with alkaline (LR03/AAA) or lithium (L92/AAA) batteries