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ICOM M506 Fixed VHF Radio, Basic Version

Model # 15155518Mfg # M506 01

$399.99

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Product Description

The M506 fixed mount, Class D DSC marine VHF radio is almost identical in size to the M504A, but with a larger dot-matrix display, a sleekly designed speaker microphone, a louder 10-watt audio output from the front-facing speaker, and the same easy-to-operate user interface as ICOM&rsquo:s M424, M92D, M400BB and CommandMic IV&trade:.

It features active noise canceling, &ldquo:Last Call&rdquo: voice recording, and compatibility with the optional CommandMic IV&trade:. 25W hailer with a listen function. With an integrated AIS receiver, this model of the M506 can show AIS vessel traffic information on the display. The AIS target call function allows you to easily set up an individual DSC call. The Plotter, Target list and Danger list can be toggled on the display. NMEA 0183 interface only and a front-mount microphone jack.

  • Channel Selection: Large knob
  • Controls: Volume knob, squelch knob, large multi-function knob, eight buttons, four soft keys, spring-loaded distress cover
  • Mic Controls: Channel up/down, 16/9, hi/lo power
  • Display Type: Dot matrix LCD
  • Scanning Modes: Priority, Tag, Dual-and Tri-watch
  • Weather Alert: Yes
  • Receiver Performance: Sensitivity: 0.22µ:V: Rejection: 70dB
  • NMEA Interface: NMEA 0183
  • AIS Receiver: No
  • Location of Microphone Jack: Front
  • Dimensions: 6 7/8":W x 4 3/8":H x 4 3/8":D
  • Waterproof Rating: IPX8
  • Warranty: Three-year waterproof

Specs

M506 Fixed VHF Radio, Basic Version

Color Black
Dimensions 6 7/8" Width X 4 3/8" Height X 4 3/8" Depth
Display Color Monochrome
Display Type Dot Matrix LCD
Features Weather Alert
Scanning Modes Priority Scan
Tag Scan
Dual-Watch
Tri-Watch
Warranty Details Three Years Waterproof

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