Simrad introduce the latest in VHF Radio and Class-B AIS Systems

The RS100 and RS100-B are modular VHF systems that are expandable up to eight handsets (four wired and four wireless) and four external speakers – ideal for use as an on-board intercom on larger boats. The wireless handsets duplicate the radio display and controls on easy-to-read screens viewable under all lighting conditions, even bright sunlight. All primary functions are accessible from the handset with channel scan and favourites, alphanumeric keypad, clear audio, handset station naming and 60-second audio rewind.

And with inductive charging (cordless charging), you are only a push of a button away from staying in touch, no matter where you are on the boat!

“Our new VHF systems offer our customers even more flexibility and better communications while out on the water,” said Mike Fargo, EVP Simrad, Navico Group. “Clever features such as Track Buddy, so you can track the positions of up to 5 other radios, and Backlight Groups to easily control multiple handset settings, help deliver a premium experience. And with seamless integration across Simrad systems plus a built-in Class-B AIS transceiver in the top-of-the-range RS100-B, our VHF radios help make boating safer than ever before.”

The RS100-B system features a Class-B AIS receiver and transmitter, allowing users to see and be seen by other vessels with AIS equipment. The integrated AIS receiver is a valuable aid to help avoid collisions in crowded harbours and waterways. It monitors the location of all nearby AIS-enabled vessels, providing real-time information in any weather condition, night and day. AIS information can be viewed directly on the radio’s screen or via a compatible multifunction device, as an overlay on a chart or radar screen.

The Class D DSC approved radio can make and receive DSC distress signals including current position, and supports direct calling to other DSC-equipped radios. A dual-channel watch enables monitoring of the current channel and emergency channel 16 (in the USA, tri-channel watch monitors the current channel, emergency channel 16, and calling channel 9). A record and replay feature ensures important calls are never missed. The system includes one external speaker with additional outputs for up to four speakers and one optional loudhailer/foghorn.

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