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Avalanche Checkpoints CP2011 and CP2022

The unique and versatile CP2011 and CP2022 avalanche transceiver checkpoint offers greater safety for ski tourers or freeriders, detecting and signalizing the avalanche transceiver in transmit mode when passing or leaving marked slopes, freeride points, mountain stations or at popular entrances to the world of deep snow.
Both devices also detect and signalize the proportion of people passing by without an avalanche transceiver, from whom the avalanche transceiver is switched off or the transmit mode is not activated.

The CP2011 also makes it possible to register every event, making it an energy-autonomous person counting system. This
data can be read out via the USB interface for further evaluation. read out. This provides detailed information, including
date and time, about the the frequency of a route or a freeride area.


Another purpose is to improve the awareness for complete and reliable rescue equipment. Avalanches come in surprise, controlled manipulations are thus not possible any more.

AREAS OF APPLICATION: ski resorts, ski patrol, huts, municipalities, inns, brands, etc.

 

ADVANCED FIELDS OF APPLICATION CP2011: Via Ferrata, Bike Trail, Hiking Trails

CP2011 Checkpoint

LVS Checkpoint CP2011
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CP2011 Freeride Checkpoint LAAX
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CP2011 Checkpoint

LVS Checkpoint CP2022
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Comparison table

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Here you can download our latest data sheet.

:: Datenblatt DE

:: Datasheet EN

:: Fiche technique FR

 

If you need more information or have questions about the product, please contact us!

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Der Landschaftsdienst des Landes Tirol setzt die LVS-Checkpoints seit Jahren in beliebten Skitourengebieten zur Steigerung der Sicherhe... weiterlesen

 

 

Dieter Stöhr, Amt der Tiroler Landesregierung

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