ATLANTIS 150

Uniden Atlantis 150 Floating VHF Radio

Uniden Atlantis 150 Floating VHF Radio
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Atlantis 150 Floating VHF Radio

Features:
  • Submersible: Waterproof to JIS8 level*
  • Floating, Lightweight Design**
  • Large Bright Backlit Channel Display
  • Built-In Antenna: Precision matched for optimum performance
  • TX Power Hi/Lo: 1W and 2.5W maximum transmit power
  • US, Canada, and International Marine Channels: Communicate on preprogrammed marine VHF channels
  • Battery Level Indicator: View the radio's battery strength (12hr -Rechargeable NiMH battery+)
  • Digital Squelch: 3 Level Digital Squelch
  • Table-Top Drop-In Charger
  • One-Touch Channel 16/9: Quick access to emergency channels 16 and 9
  • Memory Scan: Scans programmed channels in the memory
  • Triple Watch Mode: Monitors Channels 16 and 9 simultaneously for a signal while at the same time allowing you to listen to the selected channel
  • Battery Save Mode: Automatically conserves power when not in use
  • Keypad Lock: Locks the keypad to avoid accidental key presses
  • Charging cradle
  • Weather Channel/Weather Alert
  • Microphone jack


Each package comes with:1 VHF Radios1 Belt Clips1 Rechargeable NiMH Battery Packs with 12 Hour battery life1 Charging Cradle1 AC Adapter and Printed Materials
*The world standard JIS8: is dened as protecting against the effects of continuous immersion in water. The ATLANTIS 150 can withstand immersion in water up to 1.5m deep for 1 hour.
Note: Radios not suitable for scuba diving.
** VHF Radio Handsets only when not connected with carabiner clip.
***12 hour operating time is based on 5% transmitting, 5% receiving and 90% standby in low power mode
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