Marine radio JHS-7
for shipsportableVHF

marine radio
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Characteristics

Application domain
marine, for ships
Type
portable
Network
VHF, GMDSS
Protection level
waterproof
Output power

1 W

Number of channels

Min.: 6 unit

Max.: 67 unit

Transmission frequency range

Min.: 156 MHz

Max.: 157 MHz

Reception frequency range

Min.: 156 MHz

Max.: 157 MHz

Weight

600 g (21.2 oz)

Height

62 mm (2.4 in)

Depth

195 mm (7.7 in)

Description

The JHS-7 is a hand-held portable VHF radiotelephone for on-scene, life-saving two-way communication between survival craft, between survival craft and ship, and between ship and rescue boat in accordance with SOLAS convention. The JHS-7 is of heavy duty design for use maritime severe conditions and equipped with 13 single-frequency voice channels including Channel 16 (156.800 MHz), providing 0.25 to one watt of transmitted power. This equipment can be used as an on-board communication equipment. FEATURES Thirteen Operating Channels Thirteen single-frequency voice channels are provided including Channel 16 for calling and safety which can also be selected easily by an independent switch. Heavy Duty Design The JHS-7 is designed to operate normally for 8 hours in extremely severe operating conditions. Single-Handed Operation The control knobs and switches are in easy-to-operate arrangement to ensure single-handed operation. Mechanical Ruggedness The JHS-7 is designed to withstand a 1-m drop onto a hard surface. Watertightness The JHS-7 is designed to be waterproof to ensure its normal use even in rainy or water splash conditions. Sunlight resistance If the JHS-7 is long exposed to the sunlight, it will not be damaged because it is composed of specially selected components and materials.
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