Les + Produits Waterproof IPX8 (30 min 1,5m depth) 700 mw audio power loud and crisp audio 6W power Aquakaque (speaker water drain) 18 Hour of Autonomy (Tx:Rx:Standby = 5:5:90) 70 private channels, dual or triple ...
FIXED MOUNT MARINE VHF 156-163MHZ, 25W, BUILT-IN CLASS D DSC, GPS AND AIS RECEIVER INTEGRATED, NMEA 2000, IP-X8 PROTECTION, AQUAQUAKE FUNCTION, WIDE LCD DISPLAY, ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLING, LAST CALL RECORDING. SUPPLIED ...
... will not miss an important call. Active Noise Cancelling Technology PX8 Submersible Plus™ Waterproofing The IC-M73 continues to offer Icom's best waterproof protection. The radio has been tested to survive ...
Submersible 5 Watt Handheld Commercial VHF with LMR Channels Features: 40 Programmable Land Mobile Channels 134 MHz to 174 MHz with CTCSS and DCS signaling Supplied with a 1600mAh Lithium-ion battery, ...
- Handheld marine VHF, small dimensions. - FLOATING - Waterproof. IPX7, (submersible 1 mts 30min) - Power transmit 5W - 1W - Big display - Menu system very easy - Incluye cargador de bateria, antena, clip cinturon. - ...
The CobraMarine® MR HH 600 VHF radio with GPS & DSC is Cobra’s first handheld radio that shows your GPS coordinates and automatically transmits them with DSC calls to notify the Coast ...
For those requiring an entry level marine portable, with a no compromise MIL-STD810 C/D/E/F build specification, the HT642 / HT782 is the most cost effective solution. Utilising the latest intelligent Lithium-Ion battery technology with ...
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How to choose this product
The submersible radio is a portable voice communications device generally using VHF or UHF frequencies. It is distinguished by the fact that it meets IP68 standards. This requires the radio to continue working even after 30 minutes at one meter below the surface.
Such radios are used by crew members a long way from one another. This type of device is not capable of underwater communications.
Operating frequencies depend on whether the radio is a VHF or UHF model.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the radio's ability to withstand immersion. Some remain functional even after an hour at five meters' depth.
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