MHS335BT

Uniden MHS335BT Handheld VHF Radio w/GPS & Bluetooth

Uniden MHS335BT Handheld VHF Radio w/GPS & Bluetooth
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MHS335BT Handheld VHF Radio w/GPS & Bluetooth

Features:

  • Bluetooth® Wireless – Use Smartphone to setup radio and TEXT messaging capability
  • Full Class D DSC - Meets ITU-R M.493-13, 14, IEC 62238
  • Integrated GPS Receiver – WAAS, SBAS, QZSS for accuracy
  • Auto Plot to Distress Call – Using the built-in Compass screen
  • Water Activated MOB Feature – Take the radio overboard and just press the Distress key
  • Water Activated Emergency Strobe Light – Automatically activates when in water
  • Flashlight Feature – Built-in Flashlight
  • 6 Watt Transmit Power – Transmits at full power to insure maximum range
  • Floating Radio – Radio floats and is rated IPX8 (submersible to 4.9 feet for 30 minutes)
  • NOAA Weather Channels – With Weather Alert and S.A.M.E. local location alerts
  • Noise Cancel features – for both received and transmitted audio
  • Waypoint Navigation – Navigate to your stored locations using the compass screen
  • Smartphone app (android and iOS) – use the setup the radios menu options, enter DSC directory information, TEXT message other VHF radios (text enabled radios) for private communications, update radio firmware
  • Included Accessories – AC & DC charging cable, charge cradle, hand strap, belt clip, antenna
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