Uniden® Oceanus D VHF Class D Marine Radio

   

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  • Class D operation
  • One receiver dedicated to channel 70 DSC calls
  • DSC position send, request, test call, text message
  • Tri watch
  • Programmable scan
  • JIS-8 submersible, can be used under water
  • WX with SAME
  • LCD screen
JIS-8 submersible, the Uniden Oceanus D VHF Class D Marine Radio can be used under water. Features include Class D operation; one receiver dedicated to channel 70 DSC calls; DSC position send, request, test call, text message; Tri watch; programmable scan; WX with SAME; and LCD screen. Dimensions: 4"H x 6"W x 7"D.    

Manufacturer model #: UM415.
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by A big disappointment I purchased this product new and installed it on my boat with a new antenna. It would not transmit or recieve any traffic. I ended up shipping the unit back to Uniden for repair. June 24, 2012
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You will need an antenna and an antenna mount.
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Nominal 138 VDC power supply with a negative ground (10.5 VDC to 16.0 VDC) Minimum 4 foot, 3dB rated antenna for sailboats or 8 foot, 6dB rated antenna for powerboats. See operator's manual on Uniden's web site for additional installation instructions.
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Mounting the radio
Your radio can sit at any angle in the mounting bracket so it can easily accommodate the best location. First, determine the best place to mount the radio. For optimum performance, find a location that can:
Properly support the weight of the radio, approximately 2.2 pounds or 1.1 kilograms. You may need to use some type of anchor with the mounting screws to hold the radio, depending on the surface.
Keep the battery leads as short as possible.
Keep the antenna lead-in wire as short as possible.
Allow free air flow around the heat sink on the rear of the radio.
Avoid interference with the ship’s compass.

Product Dimensions 7 W x 3 H x 6 D

You can get a Flush Mount Kit
SKU: FMB321
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