HM195GW

Icom COMMANDMICIV

Icom COMMANDMICIV

Description

The Icom CommandMicIV makes it convenient for using the IC-M423G from a separate cabin or tower.

Features

  • IPX7 Submersible Protection (1.0m depth for 30 minutes)
  • Class D DSC Full Control Capability with DSC Distress Button On The Back Of The Unit
  • Large 45mm (d) Speaker For Superior Audio
List Price
$280.00
Your Price
$184.84
In Stock

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Details

The COMMANDMIC can be positioned up to 18.3m (60ft) away from the IC-M423G. All functions of the IC-M423G, including power switch, distress call, DSC, and PA functions can be controlled from the COMMANDMIC. The COMMANDMIC can also be used as an intercom with the IC-M423G.

The COMMANDMIC provides the same user interface as the IC-M423G. The intuitive menu system provides easy and intuitive operation.


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