Simrad RS12 DSC VHF Radio

Simrad RS12 DSC VHF Radio


The Simrad RS12 DSC VHF Radio is ideal for a variety of boats from small RIB's to larger cruisers.


  • NMEA 2000 compatible
  • Three user-programmable channels
  • Supports all internatinal marine channels
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Communicate clearly with this dependable and versatile Class D DSC Approved marine VHF Radio. 


  • Single station, JIS-7 waterproof, fully compliant Digital Select Calling (DSC), custom 4-line display, and GPS capable
  • Highly visible backlit LCD Display 
  • 10 weather channels (U.S. Only)
  • Easy grip, molded microphone, quick keys provides simple and reliable operation, while the built-in speaker delivers crisp, sharp audio.
  • Easy access to digital Select Calling (DSC) functions
  • Class D and SC-101 compliant for global use with selectable Dual and Tri Watch modes
  • Equipped with memory retention, and can log up to 10 distress calls and 20 individual DSC calls
  • Quick keys for 16/9, 3CH/+/- provide quick channel changing, plus CALL, EXIT, SCAN, and MENU buttons for simple operation
  • ATIS function, 20 user-programmable names with MMSI and a second receiver for Channel 70

*The RS12 comes complete with yoke, rear flush mounting kit, power and NMEA interface cables.

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