Handheld marine radios
Standard Horizon HX-300E handheld marine radio. Floating, Submersible IPX8 - 5FT for 30 minutes, 5 Watt transmit power, Unique USB charging system, E2O (Easy To Operate) menu system, Volume & squech indication on the display, Water activated LED light, Preset Key (Maximum 10 channels), Preset channel scan function, 600 mW loud internal speaker audio, Programmable Scan, Priority Scan, Dual watch and Tri Watch, Supplied with 1800 mAh 3.7V Li-Ion Battery, AC USB Plug and charging cable.
Standard Horizon HX-400 marine handheld radio. The HX400 is a JIS-8 / IPX8 (1.5 m (about 5Ft) for 30 minutes) Submersible 5-Watt portable two way marine transceiver with the capability to be programmed with 40 LMR (Land Mobile Radio) channels with CTCSS or DCS signalling by a dealer. The transceiver has all allocated USA, Canadian, or International channels. It has emergency channel 16 which can be immediately selected from any channel by pressing the 16/9 key. The HX400 includes the following features: 10 programmable Preset Channels, Memory, Priority, Dual Watch and TRI-Watch scanning, Battery Saver, easy-to-read large LCD display, EEPROM memory back-up, Battery Life displayed on the LCD, and a transmit Time-Out Timer (TOT), Noise Canceling Microphone and Voice Scrambler. The HX400 transmitter provides a full 5 Watt of transmit power and also is selectable to 1 Watt to assist the user in ensuring maximum battery life.
Standard Horizon is proud to introduce the brand new HX-890E HIGH END FLOATING CLASS H DSC VHF/GPS. Some prominent new features include two scrambler systems built in, both a 4 code CVS2500A and a 32 code FVP-42 scrambler system ensure secure communications out on the water. Another new feature includes a built in FM Broacast band receiver, during times when radio communication is not necessary, relax with some music on the FM Radio broadcast bands. Other notable features include: Switchable daytime or nighttime mode, waypoint and route navigation, Group monitor function utilizing DSC Group position call.