The Astro system includes the redesigned Astro 320 and the rugged, orange polyurethane DC� 40 transmitter collar. The collar accommodates most e-collar receivers, eliminating the need to put two separate collars on a dog. Plus, Collar Lock creates a 4-digit PIN number that helps prevent others from seeing your dog�s whereabouts � a useful feature in field trials to ensure that an Astro is used only as a recovery tool when a dog in competition becomes lost.
Compatible with any Garmin DC series transmitter, Astro 320 debuts innovative features like enhanced map drawing capabilities, BirdsEye� Satellite Imagery compatibility (subscription required), vibration-based alerts and a 3-axis tilt-compensated compass. Thanks to the redesigned antenna, the maximum range between the Astro 320 and a Garmin tracking collar has been increased by nearly 30 percent � up to 9 mi in flat, unobstructed terrain.
Part Number: 010-00976-00 Suggested Retail Price: $ 649.99 USD
Due to varying international regulations, this version of the Astro is approved for use only in the United States.
NOTE TO Canadian Customers: The sale and unlicensed use of the Garmin Astro GPS Dog Tracking System in any form is presently prohibited by the Canadian government. According to a document published by Industry Canada dated June 2009, the MURS radio frequency used by the Astro will be permitted to be sold and operated on a license-free basis at the end of a five-year transition period (June 2014). This Industry Canada ruling may be found in its entirety at http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf09543.html. Parties interested in the implementation of this spectrum utilization policy or with questions should contact their local Industry Canada office.
Special Notice to users in California and Alaska: State law in CA prohibits the use of GPS dog collars for the pursuit of mammals. AK law prohibits guides from using GPS devices to assist in the taking of big game animals.
Uses MURS Radio Frequency 151.82 MHz, 151.88 MHz, 151.94 MHz, 154.57 MHz, 154.60 MHz