Keep in contact with the HS90 Handset
A huge graphical presentation and alphanumeric keypad offer simple one-gave activity, while alternate route keys give direct access to cutting edge capacities including AIS plot, waypoints, route, and MOB. All RS90 capacities can be controlled from any handset, permitting you to keep up unlimited authority as you move between stations. A coordinated speaker lets you utilize the HS90 like a phone handset or a regular VHF radio; an outer speaker is likewise accessible (sold independently).
Introduce Almost Anywhere
The HS90 handset is appraised IPX7 waterproof, and highlights elastic shaped sides to guarantee a strong grasp. Its tough development makes it appropriate to introduce anyplace, from open cockpits and flybridges to encased pilothouses and lodges. A 5-meter (16.5-foot) handset link is incorporated, and a discretionary 20-meter (65-foot) link is accessible to empower establishment anyplace ready.
A Modular System to Fit Any Boat
The RS90 is a particular VHF framework that is expandable and customisable to suit any pontoon and any on-water correspondence needs. A solitary RS90 framework can approach six separate stations: four wired, and two remote. Numerous stations can be utilized as a vessel-wide radio framework, keeping crewmembers in contact any place they are ready. Each RS90 framework requires in any event one HS90 wired handset, which gives total access to all capacities and highlights.
- Wired handset for RS90 VHF radios
- Add up to four wired handsets to one RS90 system
- Large graphical display
- Alphanumeric keypad with shortcut keys
- Intercom function between handsets
- Access advanced features including AIS plot, waypoints, navigation, and MOB
- External headset support