Standard Horizon HX370SAS Intrinsically Safe Handheld VHF Radio
Submersible 5-watt portable VHF radio
Built-in SOS strobe light
Receives all US/Canadian/International channels
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- Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
- Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product DescriptionAll the great features of the HX370S, plus an intrinsically safe NiCd battery and certified to be used in hazardous environments. This submersible 5-watt marine handheld VHF has been approved for use in intrinsically safe environments and built to withstand the day-in day-out punishment of hostile commercial environments. Capable of submersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes (JIS7). Also features 40 programmable Land Mobile Channels with CTCSS or DCS signaling (appropriate license required).
The HX370SAS has an enormous LCD window with very easy-to-read digits and bold information flags, including a battery "gas" gauge indicating battery time remaining. The heart of the radio is a Standard Horizon transceiver that flawlessly delivers all U.S., Canadian, and international channels; dedicated one-button access to WX; instant access to channels 9 and 16; programmable scanning; and dual-watch capability with channel 16 priority. The HX370SAS even has a built-in SOS signal with a high-intensity strobe light that can be seen at night over a mile away. Comes complete with rechargeable battery pack and drop-in charger. 4.8"H x 2.3"W x 1.2"D. Three-year warranty.
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SC 370SAS INTRIN SAFE 5WATT/1100MAH/CMP460 MIC (1.8MB)
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Q:is Item # 92489 the same as Item # 92490 they say they are both HX370S but two different prices?Asked on 6/28/2012 by Daveg from Marysville CA
A:92489 is standard horizon number HX370S and 92490 is standard horizon HX370SAS. 92490 is the newest model replacing 92489Answered on 10/17/2012 by Justin M. from Overton's
A:The more expensive one is the "intrinsically safe" model designed for working around flammable gases.Answered on 5/31/2013 by erichpgm from santa rosa, CA