V90S Marine VHF Radio, DSC
|AIS Class||Class D|
|AIS Display||Built-In AIS Display|
|Amperage||1.5 Amps (Receive), 6 Amps (Transmit)|
|Dimensions||8 1/4" Length x 7 3/4" Width x 2 1/2" Depth|
|Display Type||Backlit LCD|
|Warranty Details||Two Years|
B&G's powerful V90 VHF radio blends intelligent design with advanced engineering in a rugged, reliable and feature-packed sailing communications package. The V90 can support an impressive six handsets (four wired, two wireless), giving it the scalability you need. The handset is encased in rubber for durability and has a nonslip grip in all weather conditions. Large, backlit display and alphanumeric keyboard for readability and operability.
With optional scrambler and private channels, you have the option of keeping your position a secret—great when enjoying the privacy of a hidden cove or when you’ve found the perfect place to fish. With NMEA 2000 connectivity, you can share data with your multi-function display, tracing and navigating to a friend’s position by activating the clever "Track my Buddy" tool.
The integral two-channel AIS receiver shows targets on your multi-function display. Use the built-in loud hailer to alert those around you—simply press the convenient button, no need to lift the handset. A smart "Record and Replay" function makes sure you never miss a vital message—recording the last 30 seconds for you to review or clarify detail. Intercom facility allows for swift and clear communication between crew members.
- Channel Selection: Up/down keys
- AIS Type: Receive only
- Display Type: Dot matrix LCD on wired handset
- Scanning Modes: Priority, Tag, Dual-and Tri-watch
- Weather Alert: Yes
- Receiver Performance: Sensitivity: ≤-6 dBuV (EMF): Rejection: 70dB
- NMEA Interface: NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183
- DSC: Class D
- Waterproof Rating: IPX7
- Black Box Dimensions: 8 5/16" x 7 11/16" x 2 9/16"
- Wired Handset Dimensions: 2 3/4"W x 7 9/16"H
- Warranty: Two years
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