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Simrad RS20 Class D DSC  VHF

Simrad RS20 Class D DSC VHF

Your Price: $274.88
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Part Number:000-13545-001

Simrad RS20 VHF Radio

Model: 000-13545-001
  • NMEA2000 connectivity for advanced functionality like backlight grouping when connected to Simrad MFD’s
  • NMEA0183 connectivity
  • Output DSC (for DSC call), DSE ( for enhanced position when doing Lat/Long request and Buddy Track).
  • Receive GPS data from a compatible GPS unit
  • Low profile design to align with style of Simrad MFD’s
  • Track up to 5 Buddies!
  • High visibility LCD with inverted night mode
  • Intuitive rotary and keypad controls
  • Four-button fist microphone

The versatile RS20 is ideal for a variety of boats from small RIBs to larger cruisers, and is designed to match the low-profile style of modern Simrad Glass Bridge displays and accessories. The RS20 features a dot white matrix LCD screen with inverted light mode, four backlit mic buttons and an easier front-mount installation with snap on edge bezels.

A replacement for the RS12 VHF Radio, the RS20 has a new Startup Wizard for easier radio set up, improved scanning features, a favorites shortctut for customizing your favorite settings and a My Channels list, enabling users to only scan desired channels. The layout of RS20 controls are designed for left-hand operation, allowing for right-hand control of the helm.

Frequency Range: Transmit 156.025?157.425 MHz
Frequency Range: Receive156.050?163.275 MHz
Oscillate ModePLL
ModulationFM(16KOG3E) DSC(16K0G2B)
Channel Spacing25KHz
Frequency Stability±5 PPM
Normal Working Voltage+13.6 V DC
Minimum operating Voltage10 V DC
Low battery detect Voltage10.5 ± 0.5 V DC
Digital Selectivity Calling (DSC)Class D
Intermediate Frequency : 1st38.85/21.7 MHz
Intermediate Frequency : 2nd450 KHz
Audio Response+1 to -3dB of 6dB/octave from 300hz to 3kHz dB
Current Drain : Max Audio PowerLess than or equal to 1.5 amps
Current Drain : Stand-ByLess than or equal to 0.5 amps
RF PowerHi23W ± 2W :Lo 0.8W ± 0.2W
Audio Response at 1KHz Dev. +1 to -3dB of 6dB/octave from 300hz to 3KHz

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