The Cobra MR F77 GPS VHF Radio offers the latest in Class-D DSC technology with a dedicated channel that continually monitors for distress calls, plus GPS position capability, illuminated distress button, and easy MMSI entry, position send, and request. The MR F77 VHF Radio has a built-in GPS receiver. The user only needs to connect the 12V wires and enter their MMSI for full setup and operation. The GPS Checker function continually cross checks between primary and secondary GPS sources. An alarm sounds if there is a problem with the boat's chartplotter or radio.
The MR F77 GPS VHF Radio also features a large 2.2"W x 1.2"H, bright LCD display for easier viewing and intuitive soft key operation with animated menu for easier operation. Submersible to IPX7 standards.
Rewind-Say-Again automatically records the last 20 seconds in order to replay missed VHF calls. Receives all US, Canadian, and International channels and all NOAA weather channels. PA function provides output for public address to an external speaker. Automatic Radio Check checks battery voltage when transmitting, RF power output, and antenna output.
Other features include external alarm capability, instant channel 16/9, tri-watch, scan/memory scan, and noise cancelling microphone. NMEA 0183 input and output. 1/25 watt output. Flush and surface mount kit included. Measures 6.25"W x 2.25"H x 7.125"D. 3-year warranty.
Seachoice 8' Classic VHF Antenna
The Seachoice Classic VHF Antenna is designed to fit the specific needs of all power boats. The RA1206CR antenna is an economical and lightweight VHF antenna, containing solid brass elements inside. It's fitted with a chromed ferrule and double-layer painted fiberglass tube with a UV-resistant, smooth polyurethane finish.
- Dedicated channel continually monitors for distress calls
- GPS position capability with easy MMSI entry
- Rewind-Say-Again records the last 20 seconds to replay missed calls
- Large, bright LCD display and intuitive soft key operation
- Lightweight 8' VHF antenna with UV-resistant polyurethane finish