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Icom M605 Fixed Mount 25W VHF w/Color Display & Rear Mic Connector

Icom M605 Fixed Mount 25W VHF w/Color Display & Rear Mic Connector
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M605 Fixed Mount 25W VHF with Color Display & Rear Mic Connector

Fixed Mount VHF with Flexible System Configurations - Bring on the Color!

The M605 is not just a radio. It's a system that allows the user choices on how to set up the radio with up to three stations. Boaters can now add an exclusive complete display as another station on the vessel along with two COMMANDMICS™. Customers will appreciate the radios large bright display that includes night mode to view easily in the dark. The full featured M605 also gives customers the option of the radio with an integrated AIS receiver. The best just got better!

Configuration Flexibility
The M605 gives the user flexibility in setting up their radio system on their boat. Remotely control up to three controllers using all the M605 functions with the HM-195 series COMMANDMIC™ and/or the RC-M600 Command Head. Either option can be used as an intercom between the radio and the unit, as well.

Use one of the three combinations when setting up your M605: M605 + three COMMANDMICS, M605 + two COMMANDMICS + one Command Head, M605 + two Command Heads + one COMMANDMIC.

Large Color Display
Bring on the color. The M605's large 4.3" color TFT LCD display provides nearly a 180 degree viewing angle. The high resolution characters and function icons along with the directional keypad and soft keys provide an intuitive user interface. The night mode screen provides comfortable operation in the dark. Most used functions are assigned to soft keys (at the bottom of the display) for quick one push function access. The large ten-key pad enables users to smoothly enter channel numbers, MMSI numbers with ID names and much more.

NMEA 2000™ & NMEA 0183 Connectivity
Using NMEA 2000™ connectivity, the radio can exchange GNSS, AIS reports, DSC call information data, radio frequency, and PGN list data on the network. NMEA 0183/-HS GNSS position data can also be converted to NMEA 2000™ data for other equipment.

Features:
  • Active noise cancelling
  • Last call voice recording saves the last two minutes of the last incoming call or start recording manually
  • Integrated GNSS receiver
  • Class D DSC
  • Weather & alert channels
  • AquaQuake® draining function
  • Instant access to channel 16 and channel 09 call channel


Specifications:
  • Output Power: 25W
  • Hailer: 30W listen back hailer
  • Horn/Foghorn: Built-in
  • GPS: GNSS antenna included
  • Waterproof Rating: IPX8
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