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Garmin GHS 20 Wireless VHF Handset

Garmin GHS 20 Wireless VHF Handset

Description

The Garmin GHS 20 Wireless VHF Handset allows full control of your VHF 200, 300, or 300 AIS series radio from a remote location.

Features

  • Backlit LCD Display
  • Soft Keys
  • Rotary Knob To Adjust Volume, Squelch, And Channel Selection
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A 16/9 softkey automates distress calling while a large rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides a quicker charge and longer range.

For full wireless capability, a GWH 20 wireless hub is required (the radio only supports 1 GWH 20). We offer a bundled version of the GHS 20 with the GWH 20. The GWH 20 provides intercom capability with the base station and supports up to 3 GHS 20 handsets onboard.

*A software update may be required before you can use the GHS 20 with your VHF radio

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Garmin GHS 20 Wireless VHF Handset 010-11189-11 GHS 20 Wireless VHF Handset, Black
$281.24
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