000-10785-001

Simrad HH36 VHF Handheld

Simrad HH36 VHF Handheld

Description

The Simrad HH36 VHF Handheld increases safety by enabling DSC calling with your boat's MMSI in an emergency.

Features

  • Transmit position at the touch of a button
  • HH36 is waterproof to JIS-7 Standard
  • Dedicated Channel 16 and MOB buttons
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A feature-packed handheld, Class D, DSC marine VHF radio loaded with the latest technology, integrated GPS, loud and clear audio and navigational features that leave other handheld VHF radios in the shade. Great for use on any sized boat, for professional or leisure use

Extra Large Display
The backlit LCD screen is the largest currently available on any handheld VHF and allows for crystal clear viewing.
Waterproof
The HH36 is waterproof to JIS-7 Standard, making it an ideal marine radio for all vessels, including open boats and RIBs
Floats
The HH36 weighs less than 300g and will float if accidentally dropped overboard
Integrated GPS
For instant positioning and planning
Dedicated Channels
Dedicated Channel 16 and MOB buttons make the HH36 quick and easy to use in any situation
Easy to use
Large push-to-talk button and soft keys enable use even when wearing gloves
Dual watch
Keep an eye on two channels at the same time
Selectable transmit power
Choose from 1 or 5 Watts to suit your calling needs
Long battery life
Up to 11 hours battery life when used with 1W transmit power (GPS Off), up to 8 hours when used with 5W (GPS Off).
NMEA 0183
There is an NMEA 0183® output on the HH36 charging cradle
Navigation mode
See navigational information such as distance to waypoint, bearing etc.
Plotter mode
See nearby waypoints at a glance

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Simrad HH36 VHF Handheld 000-10785-001 HH36 VHF handheld with built-in GPS, Class D DSC
$219.00
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