VH-310 HANDSET

Standard Horizon VH-310 Second Station Remote Telephone Handset

Standard Horizon VH-310 Second Station Remote Telephone Handset
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VH-310 Handset

Second Station Remote Telephone Handset (controls functions of Class D VHFs)

The VH-310 is a submersible telephone handset capable of remotely controlling all radio and DSC functions of Standard Horizon Class D DSC VHFs. When connected to MATRIX GX3000S, PHANTOM PS2000 or QUANTUM SERIES allows remote control PA and FOG signaling. Additional features include Intercom from the VH-310 to the connected radio, and intercom capability from between remote microphones and the connected radio. The VH-310 can be extended using the CT-100 23-foot extension cable to 70-feet. Supplied with a wall mount cradle; routing cable and a waterproof panel mount connector. For the ease of adding an external speaker, a pair of speaker wires is supplied on the rear of the routing cable so you do not need to pull additional wires.

Compatible Units:
  • Quest-X Series
  • Matrix GX3000S
  • Phantom Series
  • Quantum Series


Features:

  • Second station handset
  • Alpha numeric keypad
  • Large speaker audio
  • Commercial grade
  • Submersible construction
  • Supplied with 23' of routing cable
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Standard Horizon VH-310 Second Station Remote Telephone Handset VH-310 HANDSET STANDARD VH-310 HANDSET
$140.63
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