Cobra MR HH600FLTBTGPS Handheld Floating VHF Radio
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VHF Radio with Built-In GPS Receiver & DSC
This is Cobra’s first handheld radio that shows your GPS coordinates and automatically transmits them with Digital Selective Calls (DSC) to notify the Coast Guard or other vessels of your exact position in case of an emergency.
- Built-In GPS Receiver & DSC
- Make and receive Phone Calls via Bluetooth®
- Rewind-Say Again® Replays Missed VHF Calls
- Floating with Easy-to-See Orange Core
- Man Over Board (MOB) Memorizes Position Information
- BURP Vibrates Water out of Speaker Unlimited Memory Channels
- Tri-Watch Monitors 3 Channels at Once
- Memory Scan Finds Conservations in Progress
- Instant Channel 16 & 9
- All NOAA Weather Channels and Weather Alerts
- Short-and-Long Range Communication Rated Submersible
- 3 Year Warranty
- MRHH600FLT Handheld VHF Radio
- 2000mAh LiON Polymer Rechargeable Battery (black color)
- Locking Desktop Charger
- AC Adapter with North America Plug
- 12V DC Accessory Plug
- Removable Antenna
- Spring-Loaded Belt Clip
- Unit Dimensions: (not including antenna) 5.71” H x 2.83” W x 1.87” D (131 mm x 72 mm x 47 mm)
- Unit Weight (lbs.): 0 lb., 11.60 oz. (329 g.) with Lithium-Ion battery
- Individual Package Dimensions: 10.47” H x 8.46” W x 3.35” D (266 mm x 215 mm x 85.09 mm)
- Individual Package Weight (lbs.): 2.575 lbs. (1,168 g.)
- RF Output Power: 1, 3 or 6 Watts
- Number of Channels: All: U.S.A., Canadian, International 10 NOAA Weather Channels
- Batteries: Cobra Battery Pack CM 110-034
- Model: MRHH600FLTGPSBT
- Master Pack Qty.: 2
- Master Pack Dimensions: 12.31” H x 7.44” W x 8.19” D (312.6 mm x 189 mm x 480.06 mm)
- Master Pack Weight: 6.043 lbs. (2,741 g.)
- UPC #: 0 28377 20198 1
- Master Pack Barcode: 5 0028377 20198 6
General Product Launch Info
- MSRP/MAP $209.95
FAQs about Cobra MR HH600FLTBTGPS Handheld Floating VHF Radio
What is the best approach to call for aid while using a VHF radio?
For a number of reasons, VHF radios are thought to be the most useful instrument for distress calls and maritime communication. It is made to resist inclement weather and wetness, and its reception is more reliable than that of cell phones.
How is a portable VHF maritime radio operated?
Use the microphone to key in the radio, turn the power down to one watt, then call “radio check” three times, then your boat’s name and position, like this: “radio check radio check radio check this is Big Daddy in North Harbor Marina.” After then, watch for a response verifying that your communication was received.
What is the VHF radio’s maximum power?
There are fixed and portable versions of VHF radios, with maximum power ratings of 25 and 5 watts, respectively. Transmission and reception distances are correlated with power ratings. Since these radios work on a “line of sight” basis, weather and topography can have a severe effect on transmission/reception distance.
What is the wattage of a portable radio?
The majority of portable two-way radios available today emit a signal using 0.5–5 watts of power. Depending on the type, some business radios are made to operate on a little bit more power, anywhere from one to five watts. More power often translates into longer range.
How can I increase the power of my VHF radio?
Mounting your antenna as high as you can—on top of your boat’s roof or radar arch, for example—will further extend its range. A longer antenna has a larger radiating element, thus you can also gain more range with it. Remember that not every VHF radio is made equally as well.
How can my VHF signal be stronger?
It’s crucial to place your VHF antenna on your yacht at the highest location feasible. Since line of sight is the foundation of VHF communication, the higher your antenna, the greater its range.
Which VHF channel do you use?
Which Channels Can I Use on VHF Radios? 1–7A, 8–10, 11–18A, 19A, 63–77, 79A, 80A, and 88A: Commercial waterways (boaters should avoid them for pleasure) Requests for bridge openings go through channel 13, while in certain places they go through channel 67.
Is VHF handheld or fixed?
Small and lightweight, handheld VHF radios are ideal for small boats without an independent power supply. They may also be used as personal radios for crew members or as an emergency backup for stationary radios when in tenders. The permanent, fixed panel-mount radios are perfect for serving as the primary radio.
Can a VHF radio be used on land?
Fixed or portable marine VHF radios are strictly prohibited from being used on land. That is legal. A VHF radio that has been brought onshore cannot be used to transmit in the maritime band (without a Coast Station License).
A handheld VHF: what is it?
Devices for portable communication are handheld VHF radios. They are used by boaters to communicate with maritime services, other boats, and the Coast Guard. They use the very high frequency (VHF) band for operations. For marine communications, this frequency band is frequently utilized.
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