000-11225-001

Simrad RS90 VHF Radio

Simrad RS90 VHF Radio

Description

The Simrad RS90 VHF Radio is designed for sport fishermen and power boaters who need access to communication platforms out on the water.

Features

  • Flexible options with wired and wireless handsets
  • Alpha numeric keypad for professional users
  • 10 weather channel with 1050hz alert tone detect (for US)
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This exclusive RS90 VHF function is for safety, teamwork, convenience, and even just for fun. It's a great feature that allows you to connect your VHF DSC position polling with chartplotter to show the location of up to three boating friends on the chart display.

It's also easy to set up: You need a RS90 fixed mount VHF, the MMSI number of your buddies' VHF DSC radios and a Simrad GPS chartplotter. Your VHF will regularly poll your buddies' positions, and the chartplotter will regularly update their locations by MMSI number on your screen. Track-Your-Buddy is a truly great aid in locational awareness of your friends in a group boating excursion.

Features:

  • Premium black box VHF Radio
  • Continues the Simrad legacy in VHF radio
  • Enhanced features to support intra and inter vessel communication
  • 6 Stations, 4 wired and 2 wireless, unmatched in the market
  • Track Your Buddy when connected to a Navico MFD
  • 30W PA/Horn output with Listen back features
  • Dedicated horn key for immediate and action, no menu fumbling
  • Scrambler option for private communications
  • Future features include DSC calls to AIS targets from handset and compatible MFD plus advanced intercom facilities
  • Voice record 30 second rewind and listen back


Additional Features:

  • All Internationl, Canadian and U.S. Channels
  • Dual channel AIS receiver
  • ATIS mode for European inland waterways
  • Built-in hailer - 30 Watts
  • Built-in foghorn with 4 selectable patterns
  • 2-pin cable of external horn key to activate horn without handset
  • Handset built to meet JIS7
  • Intercom facility between stations
  • Selectable 25/1 Watt Transmit Power
  • DSC Capability Class D
  • Support private channels (able to vary by dealer at site by PC program)
  • GPS Input for Automatic Time and Position Update
  • NMEA 2000 Interface and NMEA 0183 connectivity
  • Local/Distance function
  • Dual Watch/TRI Watch Function
  • 3 Channel funtions
  • All Channel Priority Scan
  • Backlight sync between MFD and VHF handset
  • 20 User Programmable names with MMSI
  • Call Log: 10 distress calls and 20 individual calls for DSC communications
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simrad RS90 VHF Radio 000-11225-001 RS90 VHF radio
$799.00
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Simrad RS90 Handset & Speaker Kit 000-11226-001 RS90 handset and speaker kit with 5-meter cable
$309.94
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