Ship radio Matrix GX2200fixedVHFsubmersible

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Characteristics

Application domain
for ships
Type
fixed
Network
VHF
Protection level
submersible
Function
with DSC, with integrated GPS, with AIS receiver, with intercom

Description

Now with an Integrated 66 Channel GPS receiver and two integrated AIS receivers getting connected has never been easier. Having a VHF with DSC and integrated AIS/GPS provides REAL piece of mind in high traffic areas. Integrated 66 Channel WAAS GPS antenna Integrated dual channel AIS (Automatic Identification System) receiver AIS / AIS SART target display: MMSI, Call Sign, Ship Name, BRG, DST, SOG and COG 4800 or 38400 NMEA baud rate selection, for plotters with 1 NMEA port True and Magnetic bearing selection on AIS display Contact Class A or B AIS Ship with DSC Programmable CPA or TCPA collision avoidance alarms Meets ITU-R M493-13 Class D DSC (Digital Selective Calling) Submersible IPX7 (3.3 feet or 1 meter for 30 minutes) front panel 80dB Commercial grade receiver DSC position request and report functions 30 Watt PA/Loud Hailer with preprogrammed fog signals and listen back ClearVoice noise canceling speaker microphone with channel selection and 16/9 key GPS Compass, Waypoint and GPS status pages Navigation (LAT/LON, Time, SOG and COG) information shown on display Enter, Save and Navigate to waypoints with Compass page E2O (Easy-To-Operate) menu system User customizable soft keys for easy menu operation Versatile user-programmable scanning, priority scan and Dual Watch Oversized rotary channel knob with push to enter, backlit display and keys Local/Distance attenuator Optional connection for RAM3+ second station remote microphone with AIS display Intercom between radio and RAM3+ Voice Scrambler (optional)

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