DSC (DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING): Compliant with the latest specifications for Class-D VHF Radios. Digital Selective Calling allows you to send a distress signal at the touch of a button or exchange position information with other boats or stations. DSC features on this Class-D radio include; A Dedicated Channel 70 (DSC Channel) Receiver, GPS Position Display Capability, Illuminated Distress Button, Easy MMSI Entry, Position Send and Request, Position Input Reminder, Coast Guard DSC Check Capability, etc.
1 OR 25 WATTS: Dual output power for short and long communication. International, U.S.A. & Canada Channels Allows operation on any of the three (3) different channel maps established for these areas.
REWIND-SAY-AGAIN: Replay missed calls. Automatically records the last 20 seconds of incoming radio transmissions. Handy when in noisy conditions.
RADIO CHECK: Checks battery voltage when transmitting, RF power output, and antenna output.
INSTANT CHANNEL 16: Instant access to channel 16 for emergency situations.
GPS CAPABILITY: Plug-and-Play using the new C.P.S. (Cobra Positioning Systems) external GPS. No other connections required. You can send your position information in case of emergency, or exchange position information with other boats.
DUAL WATCH: Monitors two (2) channels at once - Channel 16 and one (1) user selected channel
SCAN / MEMORY SCAN: Scan all channels to find conversations in progress, or scan channels placed into memory.
CHANNEL NAMES: Friendly VHF channel names under the channel number
SIGNAL STRENGTH METER: Shows the strength of incoming signal
ILLUMINATED KEYS: Allows high visibility of keys
NOISE CANCELLING MICROPHONE: Blocks background noise. External Speaker and PA Speaker Connect an external speaker and a PA (Public Address) speaker.
NMEA IN AND OUT: NMEA in for GPS input. NMEA output to display other vessels and their information transmitted by DSC on your chart plotter.
SUBMERSIBLE: Meets JIS8/IPX8 standards; Submersible for 30 minutes in 1.5 meter deep water
EXTERNAL ALARM INPUT: Senses the alarm from your chart plotter and uses the speaker on the radio to amplify the alarm for way point arrival, MOB, etc.
ATIS: Capable of operating within the Automatic Transponder Identification System. ATIS includes data at the end of a transmission for station identification.
- Modulation: 5 kHz MAX.
- Input Voltage: 13.8 VDC
- Current Drain: Stand-by 200 mA / Receive 300 mA
- Transmit: 5 A @ High Power /1 A @ Low Power
- Temperature Range: -20ºC to 60ºC
- Unit Dimentions: 159 mm x 57 mm x 180 mm
- Unit Weight: 1100 g
- Frequency Range: 156.050 to 163.275 MHz
- Receiver Type: Double Conversion Super-Heterodyne
- Sensitivity: 20 dB Quieting 0.35 uV 12 dB Sinad 0.30 uV
- AF Output: 4 Watts @ 8 Ohms
- Frequency Range: 156.025 to 157.425 MHz RF
- Output Power: 1 or 25 Watts
- Spurious Emissions: -75 dB @ High Power -72 dB @ Low Power
- Microphone Type: Electret Microphone
- Impedance: 2000 Ohms
- Frequency Stability: +/-10 ppm
- FM HUM & Noise: 50 dB
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