000-10791-001

Simrad HS35 Wireless Handset

Simrad HS35 Wireless Handset

Description

The Simrad HS35 Wireless Handset is to control the RS35 VHS/AIS radio wherever you are on the boat.

Features

  • Certified to IPX7 standard
  • Includes a handy belt clip and headphone jack for freeing your hands
  • Long operational working range covers even the largest of vessels
List Price
$169.00
Your Price
$151.73
In Stock

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Details

Use your Simrad RS35 VHF/AIS Radio wherever you are on your boat, with the HS35 wireless handset. Easy to use and with full VHF functionality, this innovative handset gives you total freedom of movement on board your boat.

Wireless Control
Make calls, scroll through channels, view AIS data and even initiate distress functions with this easy to use handset.

Intercom
Communicate with the base station and other remote stations to relay vital information to crew members.

Inductive Charging
Simply charge using the induction plate on the back of the Handset for 8 hours of battery life

Keypad Lock
Avoid unintentional operation, the handset also includes a handy belt clip and headphone jack for freeing your hands.

What's Included:
  • (1) HS wireless handset
  • (1) Charging cradle
  • (1) Belt clip
  • (1) User guide
  • (1) Mounting hardware
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad HS35 Wireless Handset 000-10791-001 HS35 wireless handset for RS35
$151.73
In Stock

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