Arva EVO4 - Avalanche Beacon

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190,00 €199,00 €
Including 0,05 € eco-tax

* Price recommended by the supplier in 2021

This product is not eligible for discount vouchers.



The EVO4 avalanche beacon from ARVA is very intuitive.


  • Range: 20 m
  • Search band width: 40 m
  • Max. range: 60 m
  • Number of antennas: 3
  • Functions: Group test, multi-victims, motion detector
  • More than 250 hours of battery life


  • 135 x 76 x 28 mm
  • 240 g



  • Frequency control: measurement
  • Multiple victims icon 1-4 and more
  • Victim marking function
  • Group check: yes
  • Clip for safe
  • Automatic emission function return (motion detector): no
  • Standby mode: no
  • Auto-check when switching on the device (battery level check, correct device functioning, informs you in the event of a problem)
  • Direction and distance indicators


  • Search band width: 40 m
  • Max. range: 60 m
  • Victim marking: 3 metres

Sound & Display:

  • Signal: digital
  • Backlit HD display
  • Display: 100% digital


  • Transmission battery life: over 250 hrs
  • Receiver battery life: 40 hrs
  • Requires 4 AAA/LR03 alkaline batteries (included)

Processor frequency:

  • Transceiver: 457 kHz, international frequency
  • Micro-processor: 16 bits


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GROUP CHECK: This function allows the group leader to test the correct working conditions of his team mates' equipment. In practice, this helps save time and efficiency to ensure the safety of the people you are taking with you. 

Victim marking: When you are within 3 m of the first victim, you can mark his location "A" so you can continue searching for a second signal. Simple "mark" button for marking victims. Appears as a flag next to the victim icon. The device then switches to locating victim B. Marking is permanent and is not deleted after a few minutes: victim A stays recorded. 

CLIP FOR SAFE: The device switches on automatically when you clip it onto the strap. Simple and efficient way to be 100% sure to be protected when ski touring or freeriding.



The survival time of a person buried under snow is counted, a study shows that to have more chance of being found the combination of avalanche beacon, shovel and probe is recommended. The estimated clearance time with this equipment is 11 minutes. A person buried for 18 minutes has a 91% chance of survival.

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