Fixed-mount with plug and play via the NMEA 2000® network
Standard Class D Digital Selective Calling (DSC) functionality (distress calling and direct calling with user programmed MMSI)
In case of trouble, DSC may improve your chances of a rapid rescue
25 W of transmit power
Frequency bands: all U.S., Canadian and international marine channels; 10 NOAA weather channels
Communication is critical on the water. With the VHF 110 radio, you can stay in contact with the shore and other boats in your area. So, no matter where you are or where you’re headed, you’ll maintain communication for a safer voyage.
Increase Your Peace of Mind
During an emergency situation, the 25 W transmit power of the VHF 110 gives all fishermen, sailors and cruisers confidence at their fingertips.
Communicate Confidently on the Water
Easy to install and use, just plug and play via the NMEA 2000 network to compatible Garmin chartplotters and MFDs. Provides standard Class D DSC functionality (distress calling and direct calling with user programmed MMSI). Includes frequency bands for all U.S., Canadian and international marine channels and 10 NOAA weather channels. Also NMEA 0183 compatible and includes 2-way hailer system for onboard communication.
Communicate with Style
Because your helm is a source of pride, we’ve designed the VHF 110 marine radio to complement GPSMAP®7x2/9x2, GPMAP 10x2/12x2, GPSMAP 7400/7600 and GPSMAP 8400/8600 chartplotters and MFDs.
Unit Dimensions, HxWxD: 3.4” x 6.7” x 5.8” (8.5 x 17.0 x 14.6 cm)
Weight: 43.8 oz. (1.24 kg)
Water rating: IPX7
Temperature Range: Operating (from -15ºC to 70ºC; from 5ºF to 158ºF); Storage (from -20ºC to 70ºC; from -4ºF to 158ºF);
Compass-safe Distance: 27.6” (70 cm)
NMEA 2000: Yes
NMEA 0183: Yes
Digital Selective Calling: Class D
Frequency Bands: All USA, Canadian, and International marine channels; 10 NOAA weather channels
Operating Voltage: 12.0 Vdc
Current Draw: Standby 350 mA; Receive 600 mA; Transmit from 2.0 A to 6.0 A (from 1 W to 25 W)
Frequency Range: 156.050 MHz to 163.275 MHz (including WX channels)