20-001-02A

McMurdo R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio

McMurdo R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio

Description

The McMurdo R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio is an emergency radio that meets the stringent GMDSS safety standards for compliant vessels.

Features

  • Fully GMDSS Compliant
  • Waterproof to IP67
  • Rugged, Drop Test Construction
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$699.00
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Details

The R5 is a fully featured GMDSS survival craft radio with user friendly design and features. It is built to meet the latest tringent IMO, GMDSS and ETSI standards. Reliable and easy to use, it is 100% waterproof and drop tested to cope with the toughest marine environments. The large tactile buttons can easily be operated with gloves without unintended ctivation of buttons. A ribbed design ensures a solid grip even in wet conditions.

Features:

  • 23 GMDSS channels
  • Easy to use, with large buttons
  • Waterproof to 1/2M for 1/2 hour
  • Dimming and backlight control
  • Battery indicator and battery saving function
  • Quick channel select button
  • Keypad lock
  • Rotary volume control
  • Dual-/Tri watch
  • MED (Wheelmark) & FCC approved
  • Battery storage and charger base options

 

What's Included:
  • (1) Lithium Battery - Primary
  • (1) Belt clip
  • (1) Lanyard
  • (1) Test report
  • (1) User manual
  • (1) Antenna whip
  • (1) Storage base

Pack A also includes:

  • (1) Li-ion rechargeable battery 
  • (1) Single Charger base
  • (1) AC/DC converter/adaptor 
  • (1) DC connector cables 
  • (1) AC/DC converter instruction sheet
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
McMurdo R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio 20-001-02A R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio, Pack B
$600.00
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McMurdo R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio 20-001-01A R5 GMDSS VHF Handheld Radio, Pack A, Full Feature Option
$690.00
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