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Raymarine Ray260 VHF Radios

Raymarine Ray260 VHF Radios

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The Raymarine Ray260 VHF Radios ensure top-of-the-line communication for both small and large vessels.

Features

  • Slimline handset with an extra-large LCD display
  • Record incoming voice messages or alerts up to 90-seconds long
  • Hailer also includes an automatic foghorn with built-in signals for both power and sailing vessels
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Raymarine's premium Ray260 VHF radio packs top-of-the-line communications features into a compact, modular design that works with small and large vessels alike.

It includes a full-featured 25 watt VHF radio with Class D Digital Selective Calling (DSC), a full-featured loudhailer/foghorn and an internal multi-station intercom.

Handset

Slimline handset with an extra-large LCD display and dedicated soft keys for easy control of features and functions.

Powerful Speaker

The powerful, remote-mounted speaker with adjustable volume control ensures you hear everything loud and clear. Ray260 can support 2 additional handset/speaker locations giving you complete control from up to 3 locations onboard

The Ray260 handset and speaker are the perfect match to Raymarine's latest generation multifunction displays and instrument systems.

Transceiver Module

Engineered to be your onboard communications hub, the Ray260 has a powerful 25-watt/1-watt, commercial grade transceiver with Class D Digital Selective Calling. It also has built-in NOAA weather channels and weather alert, plus convenient dual-watch, tri-watch, and channel scanning features. 

Choose the Ray260AIS model and you'll also get a built-in dual-channel Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver. When connected to your compatible multifunction display, radar, chart plotter or instruments, the AIS system allows you to see the names and positions of other AIS users within radio-range of your vessel, right on your chart, radar or instrument display.

Digital voicemail and message recording

Ray260's new Digital Voicemail feature allows you to pre-record a voice message up to 15-seconds and automatically send it to another DSC-equipped vessel. You can also use it to record incoming voice messages or alerts up to 90-seconds long.

Position tracking

Ray260's convenient position tracking feature allows you to simultaneously receive position reports from up to 5 nearby DSC equipped vessels. Their positions are automatically fed over SeaTalkng for display right on your MFD's chart display. This feature is perfect for keeping tabs of other boats in your cruising party, monitoring vessels of interest, or for local fleet management. For European inland waterways, the Ray260 also includes standard ATIS capability.

Loudhailer

Ray260's built-in loudhailer will make you heard on deck and across the harbor. The hailer packs a punch with 30-watt output and 2-way talkback too so you can easily communicate with your on-deck crew in noisy conditions. The hailer also includes an automatic foghorn with built-in signals for both power and sailing vessels.

Ray260 easily integrates with other NMEA2000 (via Raymarine STng cabling system) or NMEA0183 onboard electronic systems.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Ray260 VHF Radios E70087 Ray260 VHF radio
$699.99
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Raymarine Ray260 VHF Radios E70088 Ray260 VHF radio with built-in AIS receiver
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Raymarine Ray260 Expansion Headset A80196 Ray260 expansion headset with 10 meter cable
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