ICOM–M93D Floating Handheld VHF Radio with GPS and DSC
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M93D Floating Handheld VHF Radio with GPS and DSC
|Battery Life||9 Hours (at 5% Transmit/5% Receive/90% Standby)|
|Transmit Power||1/5 Watt|
|Battery Type||Lithium-Ion: 1570mAh|
Die-Cast Aluminum (Chassis)
|Dimensions||2 3/8" Width x 5 5/8" Height x 1 3/4" Depth|
Flashes When Flotating
MOB Position Marking
Noise Canceling Microphone
|Warranty Details||Three Years Waterproof|
Meet the advanced M93D, a state-of-the-art, 48-channel handheld VHF radio with the safety advantages of Digital Selective Calling.
Slim and Comfortable to Operate: A flat sheet keypad makes this one of the slimmest floating DSC handheld radios available, and provides a positive click feeling. The comfortable fit in your palm enhances its ease of use.
Intuitive User Interface: It has an intuitive user interface based on ICOM’s common Marine Family User Interface, with a four-way directional keypad plus software keys, so anyone can operate this radio. This is critical in an emergency when there’s no time to read a manual.
- IPX7 submersible (1 meter depth of water for 30 minutes)
- Navigation function from current position to the specified waypoint
- 50 waypoint memories with alphanumeric name
- Weather channel receiver with alert function
- Dual/Tri-watch function for monitoring CH16 and/or call channel
- Battery indicator shows remaining battery power in four levels
- Favorite channel function for quick access to often used functions
- AquaQuake™ draining function clears water away from the speaker grill
- Ten button controls with three soft keys
What’s in the box:
- AC adapter, BC-123SA
- Battery charger, BC-220
- Battery pack, BP-285
- Cigarette lighter cable, CP-25H
- Belt clip, MB-133
- Antenna, FA-SC59V
- Hand strap
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