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Icom IC-M602 NEW IN BOX

Postby shanachie » Mon May 28, 2018 1:39 pm

SOLD THE BOAT..ASTORIA ...The Icom IC-M 602, STILL IN WRAPPER...with its standard 4" tall front panel, will easily blend into your cabin console or dashboard. The generous front panel provides large function switches and a wide LCD with the largest channel numbers available in any marine VHF. With full dot matrix characters and seven backlighting levels, all information can be easily read under any lighting condition. Add up to 2 optional HM-127 Commandmic remote control microphones and you'll have 3 station / intercom points onboard! There is nothing else on today's market that compares with the IC-M602's combination of features, convenient 4" tall panel, easy installation, powerful built-in hailer, and up to three radio stations and intercom points!

Specifications:
• Size: 2 11/32(W) x 4 25/32(H) x 1 3/16(D) inches
• Weight (approx.): 160 g ; 5.64 oz
• Built-in LCD
• Submersible to JIS-7 specifications
• Near flush mount remote connection point
The IC-M602 has a second receiver that is permanently tuned to channel 70, accounting for much of its superior DSC performance (and a substantial part of its cost). The IC-M602 receives DSC calls transmitted on channel 70 whether the transmitter is in use, or whether the primary receiver is receiving voice communication, weather information or scanning for traffic. As with all DSC radios, an incoming distress call is announced by an unmistakable alarm that continues for as long as two minutes, or until a control key is pressed. Then, "received distress appears on the LCD screen, and the main receiver automatically switches to channel 16 to monitor voice

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