Marine radio IC-M330GE
fixedVHFIPX7

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Characteristics

Application domain
marine
Type
fixed
Network
VHF
Protection level
waterproof, IPX7
Function
with DSC, with integrated GPS

Description

Top Performance Ultra Compact VHF Ultra Compact Body, Flexible Installation The compact IC-M330E/GE measures only 156.5 (W) × 66.5 (H) × 110.1 (D) mm making it ideal for a cockpit where space is limited. Intuitive User Interface A combination of the directional keypad and soft keys provides simple, smooth operation. Most used functions are assigned to soft keys for quick one push function access. New Speaker Delivers Dynamic, Clear Audio A newly designed speaker delivers distortion-free clear audio even at full volume. It provides dynamic and clear audio over a wide bass and treble range. Class Leading Receiver Performance The IC-M330E/GE's receiver provides reliable communication in RF busy environment like a marina. (Selectivity and IMD: more than 70 dB) Built-in Class D DSC The radio monitors CH 70 continuously, even while you are receiving another channel. DSC functions include: distress, individual, group, all ships, urgency, safety, position request/report, polling request and DSC test calls. GPS Receiver Built-in Supplied GPS antenna And More IPX7 waterproof (1 m depth of water for 30 minutes) AquaQuake™ prevents audio degradation from a water-logged speaker Common NMEA interface for external GPS/NAV connection MA-500TR Class B AIS transponder compatible Tag scan and favorite channel functions Dual/tri-watch function for monitoring CH16 and/or call channel Priority scan function Display and keypad backlighting External speaker connection 3-digit or 4-digit channel display selectable Supplied hand microphone, HM-235B/W, with channel up/down keys and a CH16/Call channel key

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