Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ GX1200 VHF Radio
DSC+ with auto DSC channel change selection
16/9, H/L, and channel keys on mic
Time and position display when GPS connected
NMEA 0183 input/output
3-year waterproof warranty
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The Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ GX1200 is an affordable, full-functioning, ITU Class D VHF radio. Ultra compact and designed with a sturdy die-cast chassis, the Eclipse DSC+ is the perfect choice for serious power boaters. The Eclipse DSC+ features a microphone with channel Up/Down, 16/9, and H/L keys. The mic also offers Clear Voice Noise Reduction Technology to eliminate unwanted background noise during transmission and provide clear communications. With a separate DSC receiver, the Eclipse DSC+ allows DSC calls to be received even when listening to other communications. Other DSC features include Distress, Individual Urgency, Safety, Position Report and Send, DSC test call, and menu selection for Auto DSC channel switching. Submersible to JIS-7 standards. NMEA 0183 input and output. Programmable scan, priority scan, dual watch, and NOAA weather channels with alert. 2.4"H x 6.1"W x 6.7"D. 3-year waterproof warranty.
Eclipse DSC+ GX1200 VHF Radio Features
• Meets current ITU-R M493 regulations
• 16/9, H/L, and channel keys on the mic
• DSC test call
• Auto DSC channel change selection
• Full dot matrix display
• Submersible JIS-7/IPX7
• NMEA 0183 input and output
• Time and GPS position info shown on display when GPS connected
• Programmable scan, priority scan, and dual watch
• NOAA weather channels with alert
• All US, international, and Canadian marine channels
• 3-year waterproof warranty
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Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ GX1200 VHF Radio (3.2MB)
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Q:what is required to use the DSC and gps function?Asked on 6/8/2015 by AlbeeFishing from Foresthill, CA
A:Thank you for your question.
You will need to connect this VHF to a NMEA powered GPS/Chartplotter to access the GPS function.Answered on 6/9/2015 by Anonymous