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Standard Horizon MATRIX AIS+ GX2150 VHF Radio and AIS Receiver, white

Item # 80629
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Key Features

  • Integrates dual-channel AIS receiver w/ VHF Radio

  • Enter up to 100 waypoints

  • True and Magnetic selection for AIS targets

  • 30-watt PA/loud hailer with fog signals


Our Price   $399.99

Availability: In Stock

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standard_horizon The GX2150 Matrix+ integrates a dual-channel AIS receiver that displays received AIS target vessels directly on your VHF radio. Improved from the GX2000, the GX2150 has True and Magnetic selection for AIS targets and 4800 to 38400 NMEA input baud rate selection for compatibility with plotters that have only 1 NMEA input, and the 30-watt PA/loud hailer with fog signals now operates simultaneously with AIS display. It displays AIS target information (MMSI, call sign, ship's name, BRG, DST, SOG, and COG) and will allow you to contact an AIS ship directly using DSC, show your position in relation to targets, and alert you when an AIS ship is approaching with its CPA (closest point of approach alarm). One antenna input is all that's needed since the GX2100 utilizes the VHF antenna to receive targets from ships with AIS class A or B transponders. Features an 80 db commercial-grade receiver with local/distance attenuator, and Class D DSC. Radio has durable chassis, user-changeable channel names, optional voice scrambler, ClearVoice noise-canceling speaker microphone, 4.5-watt audio output, NOAA weather alert. The GX2100 Matrix allows you to enter up to 100 waypoints and navigate to them with a unique navigation compass; display shows your vessel SOG, COG, BRG, and DST to the waypoint. Radio can be connected to a RAM3 Remote Access microphone, allowing control of all VHF, DSC, and hailer functions remotely. Scan features include programmable scan, priority scan, and dual watch. NMEA inputs include GLL, GGA, GNS, and RMC. NMEA outputs include DSC, DSE, and VDM. 25/1 Watt transmit power. Backlit LCD screen Includes 1150mAh Li-Ion rechargeable battery, flexible whip antenna, belt clip, and 110V AC and 12V DC chargers. Submersible by JIS-7 standards (3.3' for 30 minutes). Weighs 13.4 oz. 3-year waterproof warranty. 7.1"W x 3.1"H x 6.3"D.
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Standard Horizon MATRIX AIS+ GX2150 VHF Radio and AIS Receiver, white
 
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4.0

good radio with a plus

By Jackp

from Solomons, Md

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Pros

  • Additonal feature
  • Waterproof

Cons

  • Software not intuiative

Best Uses

  • Large Boats

Comments about Standard Horizon MATRIX AIS+ GX2150 VHF Radio and AIS Receiver, white:

We sail on the Chesapeake with a lot of ship traffic. Having the Ais feature allows direct contact with closing vessels. It easily interfaces with our Garmin chart plotter. The only problem is coming into a harbor because of multiple contacts. You go need to keep watch, because you are not broadcasting.

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