Channel selection is quick and easy to access with large, independent Group and Channel knobs. Each panel button has only 1 function. The large easy to read display shows channel (or frequency) and operating status at a glance.
Data Operation Capability
The powerful 150 W* (PEP) transmitter provides long distance communication, and ensures that power is always available to you-even during demanding RTTY (radio teletype) or e-mail operation.
*60 W (PEP) above 24 MHz bands.
・ Optional automatic antenna tuner, AT-140/AT-130, matches the radio to your antenna
・ 0.5 to 29.9999 MHz wide band general coverage receive
・ Channel knob allows the user to tune specific frequencies around a memory channel
・ 2 DIN connectors for external equipment connection-linear amplifier, FSK terminal, e-mail modem, etc.
・ 2-tone alarm built-in (Optional depending on version)
・ NMEA 0183 interface included
|Power supply requirement||13.6 V DC ±15% (negative ground)|
(Projections not included)
|Weight (approx.)||7.8 kg; 17.2 lb|
|Current drain (approx.)||Transmit (High)||30 A at max. power|
|Max. audio output||2.5 A|
(at 10dB S/N; 1.8–29.999MHz)
|J3E, J2B, R3E, A1A (12 dB SINAD)||0.35 μV typ.|
|H3E||2.2 μV typ.|
|Selectivity||J3E, R3E, J2B, A1A||2.3 kHz/–6 dB
4.2 kHz/–60 dB
|Audio output power (10% dist/ 4 Ω load)||4 W|
|RF output power (PEP)
(output power differs depending on version)
|150/60/20 W (below 24 MHz)
60/20 W (above 24 MHz)
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
- Hand microphone
- DC power cable
- ACC plugs
- Mounting bracket kit
- Microphone hanger
- Speaker plug
- Spare fuses
Ingress Protection (IP) Code
Ingress Protection (IP) ratings define the level of protection provided by enclosures to prevent the ingress of foreign objects (dust) and liquid into the electrical equipment.
International Standard IEC 60529 outlines an international classification system that describes the sealing characteristics of electrical equipment.
The classification system uses the “IP” code, or “Ingress Protection” code, to define the level of seal.
An IP number contains two numbers (i.e. IP67) in most instances which relate to the level of protection provided by an enclosure or housing.
Either number may be shown as “X” (i.e. IPX6 / IP7X) to indicate the “X” part is not tested.
Degrees of Solid Particle Protection – 1st Digit
|IP6x||No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact. (Dust tight)|
|IP5x||Protected from the amount of dust that would interfere with normal operation. (Dust protected)|
Degrees of Liquid Ingress Protection – 2nd Digit
|IPx8||Protected against continuous immersion in water.
Depth and duration specified by model.
|IPx7||Protected against temporary immersion in water for 1 m (3.3 ft) for 30 minutes|
|IPx6||Protected against water projected by powerful jets from any direction.
100 L per minute by a powerful jets (12.5 mm) for 3 minutes.
|IPx5||Protected against water projected by jets from any direction.
12.5 L per minute by a nozzle (6.3 mm) for 3 minutes.
|IPx4||Protected against water splashed against the equipment from any direction|