010-11187-10

Garmin GHS 10 Wired VHF Handset

Garmin GHS 10 Wired VHF Handset

Description

The Garmin GHS 10 Wired VHF Handset allows full function of your VHF 200 or VHF 300/300 AIS Radio from a remote location.

Features

  • Features A Microphone That Has Intercom Capabilities When Connected To A Speaker
  • Compatible With Either A Passive Or Active Speaker
  • Rotary/Push Knob For Volume, Squelch, And Channel Selection Make For Ease Of Use With A Dedicated Button For Access To Channels 16/9
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$187.49
In Stock

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Details

 No complex components, just a simple design that includes soft keys and a 2 in diagonal dot matrix display. All buttons and knobs are similar to the VHF radio.

What's in the box:

  • GHS10
  • Deck cable (10 meter)
  • Mic hanger
  • Mounting hardware
  • Documentation



Compatible Devices:

  • VHF 200 Marine Radio
  • VHF 300 AIS
  • VHF 300 Marine Radio
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Garmin GHS 10 Wired VHF Handset 010-11187-10 GHS 10 Wired VHF Handset
$187.49
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