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SI-TEX Sailor 6216 VHF DSC Class D

SI-TEX Sailor 6216 VHF DSC Class D

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Safety and efficiency at sea depend on superiorcommunication, so professionals have for decades chosen SAILOR VHF. Now, the proven performance and unrivaled solid build quality that makes SAILOR the VHF choice for the discerning user have been passed on to the next generation, the SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D.

Features

  • Large easy-to-read display with red backlight and dimming
  • High quality, powerful 6W loudspeaker
  • Loudhailer functionality (30W) with talk-back
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With competitive value, introduced to ensure availability to all professional vessels, the new SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D still retain the same premium, rugged feel of previous generations, but with improvements across the board. Designed with ease-of-use in mind, the SAILOR 6216 VHF belong at the helm of any vessel crewed by professionals.

The robust, solid qualities of the SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D are apparent immediately. A large display with red backlight protects the user's night vision and makes it easy to read the intuitive menu. The tactile feel of the buttons and wheelknobs makes the VHF very easy to operate. The powerful 6W built in loudspeaker ensures good sound quality, even in noisy environments.

Play it Again
The SAILOR 6216 VHF features the popular Replay function, which constantly records the latest incoming messages. This function allows the user to clarify received information and ensures that it is not lost or ignored, if the user was occupied in other operations.

Flexible Installation
The SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D offers a very flexible installation. The waterproof design, covering the entire radio including hand microphone allows for open installations. It can be operated by two extra handsets, hand microphones or control speaker microphones. All are detachable and can be connected on both the front and the rear of the VHF. The VHF's also allow for interfaces to external loudspeaker, loudhailer with talk-back and foghorn, and additional equipment that can enable even more features.

With the SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D the new generation of SAILOR VHF's are here. The VHF is built on decades of history as the professional user's choice. Designed with the user in mind, keeping focus on high value, performance, ease-of-use, connectivity functionality and build quality the SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D continues the long tradition of SAILOR VHF's.

Features:

  • Full waterproof to IPx8 (submersible) and IPx6 (spray) all over
  • Large easy-to-read display with red backlight and dimming
  • High quality, powerful 6W loudspeaker
  • 2 hand microphones/handsets
  • 2 control speaker microphones
  • Detachable hand microphones - front and rear
  • Replay function
  • DW, Tri-watch and scanning
  • Loudhailer functionality (30W) with talk-back
  • Foghorn functionality
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