Garmin PRO Control 2 remote receiver is a compact, weather - resistant remote device that provides reliable, wireless activation of launchers/releasers to train hunting dogs to respond appropriately to birds in the field. Compatible with existing PRO Control G3 fielded Systems, the remote receiver has 3 selectable sounds. Crisp, realistic audio is provided by the units speaker horn, and a 3.5 mm audio jack enables you to plug in an external speaker for upgraded sound performance. The units lithium-ion battery allows up to 200 launches per charge.
Launcher-Dual launch capability enables independent control of up to 2 compatible launcher/releaser devices
Loud Audio- Built in Speaker horn design delivers crisp, powerful audio and realistic sounds
Preloaded Sounds- Comes preloaded with three selectable, enhanced sounds (duck call, "hey, hey, hey" and tone)
Audio Output- A 3.5 mm audio jack on remote device allows for optional external speaker
Battery Life- Lithium-ion battery provides up to 200 launches per charge
Unit Dimensions- 4.3" X 3.0" X 2.2"
Weight- 7.4 oz.
Range- More than 1/2 mile radio range; sounds can be heard grater than 400 yards
Battery- Rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion (included); Battery life: up to 200 launches
Audio Jack- Yes, for line-out access to an external powered speaker
Sounds- Plays 3 sounds(duck call, Hey Hey Hey, and Tone); Sound file format: WAV, 32 kHz, 16 bit mono or stereo. Maximum audio playback time for all three sound files: 48 Seconds for mono, 24 seconds for stereo.
Water Rating- IPX7
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