Barryvox Avalanche Package – Oz Backcountry

Barryvox Avalanche Package


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The Barryvox® Package includes all the avalanche equipment you need for freeriding, off-piste runs or ski touring. The digital 3-antenna Barryvox® avalanche transceiver is distinguished by its very simple operation and clear instructions. The lightweight aluminum Probe 240 is easy to use, even when wearing gloves. And the packing volume is reduced to the minimum with the compact Alugator Ride avalanche shovel, which features a shovel blade made from hardened, anodized aluminum.

Package contents:

  • Barryvox
  • Probe 240
  • Alugator Ride


  • Height: 27 mm
  • W-Link frequency: 869.8 MHz (North America inc AU/NZ)
  • Width: 67 mm
  • Length: 115 mm
  • Battery life: Alkaline: around 300 hours SEND
  • Batteries included: Yes
  • Sending frequency: 457 kHz
  • Digital search strip width: 70 m
  • Buried subject marking: mark
  • EN standards: EN 300718
  • Warranty: 2-year warranty; additional 3-year Mammut guarantee if registered year
  • Battery type: Alkaline 3 x AAA 1.5 volt
  • Made in Switzerland: 100% Made in Switzerland, produced and developed in Switzerland
  • Effective digital search strip width: 70 meters
  • Digital receiving range: 70 meters
  • Circular receiving field: almost identical receiving range for X and Y antennas
  • Display: display with background lighting, very easy to read even when wearing polarized glasses
  • Acoustic search guidance: allows the rescuer to visually search the avalanche field
  • Reverse direction function to avoid 180-degree search errors
  • Group test with clear instructions
  • Visual interface: shows distance, direction and number of buried subjects
  • Design: ergonomic, impact-proof and break-proof. Can be operated while wearing gloves
  • Device tests: automatic self-test and function test
  • Multiple buried subjects: digital signal processing in the event of several buried subjects
  • Automatic switching from send to search (Auto Revert): if a rescuer does not move for 4 minutes, we assume a secondary avalanche and the device switches to SEND mode (motion-sensor controlled)
  • Attachment: includes highly functional Barryvox carrying system
  • W-Link: Additional communication channel for improved search performance
  • Manage the device fleet via W-Link
  • updatable software
  • Operating temperature: -25° to +45° Celsius (-13° to +113° Fahrenheit)


Probe 240

  • Collapsed Length – 38 cm
  • Extended Length – 240 cm
  • Diameter – 11 mm
  • Telescopic Locking
  • Durable Tension Cord for Maximum Stability
  • Suitable for Use with Gloves
  • Drop-Shaped Probe Tip for Efficient Probing
  • Practical Probe Cover with Integrated Emergency Plan
  • Probe Length (cm):240
  • Material: Aluminum

Alugator Ride

  • Hardened, Anodized Aluminum Shovel Blade
  • Oval Telescopic Shaft
  • Collapsed Length – 61 cm
  • Extended Length – 86 cm
  • Shaft Length (Collapsed) – 44 cm
  • Blade Length – 27.5 cm
  • Blade Width – 21.5 cm
  • Automatic Zipper Locking for Quick, Precise Guidance During Assembly
  • Ergonomically Shaped T-grip for Efficient Transfer of Strength
  • Space-saving Blade Design
  • Stabilization Ribs
  • Sharpened, Tilt-Resistant Blade with Integrated Steps
  • Attachment Holes for Snow Anchor and Rescue Sled
  • Material: Aluminum

1. What is the purpose of the additional communication channel called W-Link in the Barryvox avalanche transceiver?

The additional communication channel, W-Link, in the Barryvox avalanche transceiver serves the purpose of enabling quick and reliable recognition of other avalanche transceivers that also transmit W-Link information during a search.


2. What is the difference between the US and the EU versions?

Varying regulations in different countries prevent the use of a single international frequency for this purpose. For this reason, we offer two different preconfigured versions of the devices. One for the European region (EU version) and the other for North America and Oceania (US version).


The only difference between the two versions is the preconfigured W-Link frequency. This does not affect the standard signal of the avalanche transceiver, and the devices are 100% compatible with other avalanche transceivers and which each other.


3. How can I change the W-Link frequency of a Barryvox® S or Barryvox®?

Please note that the user settings in the Barryvox S only allow switching between the assigned region and OFF in order to travel legally in another region. The settings on the Barryvox are fixed and any change must be performed at a Service Center.


4. What are the different W-Link regions and their corresponding colors in the Barryvox device?

  • W-Link region A: Europe and neighboring countries, represented by the color light gray.
  • W-Link region B: US, Canadian, New Zealand, and Australian version, represented by the color dark gray.
  • Countries without W-Link: represented by the color black.
  • Countries with an unknown regional division: represented by the color white.

5. Can the user change the frequency band in the Barryvox device?

No, the frequency provisions of the Barryvox device do not allow the user to change the frequency band. To take his or her Barryvox on a trip to a different region, the user can switch the W-Link off and then switch it back on again on returning home.


6. Does the W-Link region affect the signal used in the search for buried subjects in the Barryvox device?

No, the W-Link region has no effect on the signal used in the search for buried subjects. Searches are still possible between devices from all regions.


7. What happens if the W-Link is switched off in the Barryvox device?

If the W-Link is switched off in the Barryvox device, it will not be possible to transmit or receive vital data.

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