E70245

Raymarine Ray60 VHF Radio

Raymarine Ray60 VHF Radio

Description

The Raymarine Ray60 VHF Radio is a full-sized VHF radio that is packed with essential communication features every boater needs.

Features

  • Dual Station And Intercom Capable With Optional RayMic Accessory
  • Oversized LCD Display For Better Viewing
  • Detachable Fist-Mic With Built-In Controls And Mic Relocation Capability
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Add the original RayMic accessory and you can use your Ray60 from 2 locations onboard the boat. The RayMic also enables intercom calling from station to station.

Full-Sized, Full-Featured VHF Radio
The Ray60 VHF Radio has an oversized LCD display with intuitive menu and icons. It boasts a wide array of standard features including NOAA weather alert, dual-watch, tri-watch, scanning, selective scanning, and much more.

The Ray60's fist-mic has built-in controls for channel up/down, hi/low power selection, and instant access to channel 16 or another preferred channel. The fist-mic also features noise-cancelling technology so you'll always be heard loud and clear regardless of engine or background noise. Ray60's fist-mic is also detachable and can be connected from the front or rear for installation flexibility.

The Ray60 features standard NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 networking for simple connection to onboard systems and it integrates seamlessly with Raymarine LightHouse II multifunction displays for advanced DSC functions.

Features:

  • Detachable gunmetal silver bezel and optional black bezel
  • Standard NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 networking for simple connection to onboard systems



Specifications:

  • Weight: 2.0kg (4.4 lbs)
  • Water Integrity: Complies with IPX6 & IPX7
  • Operating Temp Range: -20 C to +60 C
  • Storage Temp Range: -25 C to +70 C
  • Humidity: up to 95%
  • Communications Port: NMEA0183 and NMEA2000
  • Antenna Port Impedance: 50 ohms typical
  • External Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Power: 12 VDC (Operational: Minimum 9V, Maximum 16V) Reverse polarity and over voltage protected
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      • 226mm (8.9") x 133mm (5.2") with bracket
      • 199mm (7.8" x 98.5mm (3.9") unit only


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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Ray60 VHF Radio E70245 Ray60 VHF Radio
$349.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine RayMic Second Station Handset for Ray60 & Ray70 A80289 RayMic Second Station Handset for Ray60 & Ray70
$179.99
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