No. You pulled up an EPIRB
that does not have internal (built-in) GPS. The primary difference is the speed of emergency
notification. An EPIRB without a built-in GPS requires several more passes of the satellites to be able to pinpoint your location. The built-in GPS models send your lat/lon information along with the emergency signal. Not only does it make it more accurate with the initial signal, but current
drift obviously can keep changing your position....and with the built-in GPS it will continiously send your lat/lon. The ACR's with built-in GPS have a mfg suggested retail price
of around $1200, but usually are discounted to around $700.
So, once you replace the battery you will end up saving around $200 by purchasing