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RAYMARINE Ray218 Class D DSC VHF Radio with Loudhailer

Model # 14544159Mfg # E43032-WEST

Orig. $539.99

Now  $349.77

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Product Description

The Ray218 is Raymarine’s premier fixed-mount VHF radio, including a long list of standard features like Class D Digital Selective Calling, a built-in 30 watt hailer with “listen back” capability and automatic foghorn, and chartplotter position polling (displays GPS position, COG and SOG). Superior receiver with excellent intermodal rejection. Dual channel display shows you both active and standby channels simultaneously. Programmable Favorite Channel soft keys. Expand the Ray218 with the powerful RayMic remote handset.

  • Channel Selection: Rotary knob
  • Controls: Three knobs, six keys
  • Scanning Modes: Memory, Priority, Memory All and Priority All
  • Weather Alert: Yes
  • Receiver Performance: Sensitivity: 0.28µV; Rejection: 80dB
  • NMEA Interface: NMEA 0183
  • Dimensions: 8 3/4"W x 4 7/16"H x 7 1/16"D
  • Draw: Less than 6A
  • Waterproof Rating: Mfr.-rated IPX7
  • Warranty: Three years (with product registration)

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Raymarine Ray218 Class D DSC VHF Radio with Loudhailer

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Great radio, expecially with 2nd station

By Teton

from Portland, OR

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      Comments about Raymarine Ray218 Class D DSC VHF Radio with Loudhailer:

      I've used a Ray 218 VHF for three years, and added a second station for the cockpit. The ease of having another station in the cockpit allows me to keep on fishing while staying in communication with my buddy boats. DSC calling is also nice on crowded days offshore.

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