Lowrance VHF Marine Radio Link-8 DSC

Lowrance VHF Marine Radio Link-8 DSC

  • $24,411.80
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  • Fixed Mount Marine VHF Radio
  • Display - Extra Large LCD | 128x256 Resolution | FSTN matric LCD
  • Proven Performance & Reliability
  • Built-in Dual-Channel AIS Receiver with AIS Plot Functionality
  • DSC Class D
  • High Quality Mic with Built-in Speaker for noisy environments
  • 6 Key Mic for Easy Helm Operation
  • Rotary Channel Knob
  • Dedicated Volume & Squelch
  • Flush Mountable
  • 10 Weather Channels with Alert Tone dDetection
  • PA/Hailer Horn Output with Listen Back Feature
  • MOB | Dual Watch | Tri Watch | Priority Scan | Memory Scan
  • 20 User Programmable Names with MMSI
  • Transmit Power - 25W/1W.
  • Speaker - 57Mm (94dbA @ 1m)
  • Network - NMEA 2000 & NMEA 0183 Input/Output
  • Waterproof Rating - JIS-7
  • Power - 12V DC

The Lowrance Link-8 Marine VHF System is an affordable and compact system boasting an ultra-rugged waterproof chassis. Delivering ultimate reliability and performance, the Link-8 features its best-in-class microphone with six keys for simple and reliable helm operation, easy-grip rubber molding cover for secure holding and operation, plus a built-in speaker that delivers clear audio that is easy to hear even with background noise. Designed for lear and simple Class D DSC operation with (priority) 16/9, WX, 3CH/+/- for quick channel changing, CALL, EXIT, SCAN and MENU controls, also equipped with memory retention with the ability to log up to 10 distress calls and 20 individual DSC calls. Other features include extra large, high-resolution LCD display with adjustable backlighting with clear view of GPS lat/lon data, extra large Channel 16 key and efficient extra-large rotary knob interface for easy channel changing, menu navigation and setting control, rotary volume control with power on/off, all-channel priority and memory channel scans, 20 user-programmable names with MMSI, 10 weather channels with a 1050 Hz tone alert and a second receiver for incoming DSC messages on Channel 70.