The GX2000 is the ideal Marine VHF radio system for ships that have already AIS-receiver / sender on board. The marine radio communication equipment has DSC and ATIS decoder. Of course, the units are equipped with an GPS-input. 100 waypoints can be entered into the unit and stored. When an external GPS is connected, these waypoints can be selected and controlled with a navigation display. With the clear voice feature the units offer a clear reception.
Connecting pressure chamber loudspeakers, the units are also useable as an interphon. A full second operation unit (CMP30) can be connected to the GX2000. This waterproof handheld unit is ideal for mounting outside, at the tiller or in the cockpit. If a second operating unit is connected intercom is also possible. You can “call” between the two units.
- AIS input (GX2000)
- 100 waypoints / navigation compass display
- built-in Class D DSC receiver
- built-in 30 watt amplifier
- intercom, interphone and fog horn
- Dual-Watch, Channel Scan, Channel-16/9-button
- Control of all radio, PA/Fog-, DSC and AIS functions with CMP 30
- desk or bulkhead mounting possible
- waterproof construction
- operating voltage 12 V
- housing color: black
Programming notes:This device has to be programmed by us with your personal data, such as: MMSI and/or ATIS numbers. This service is free of charge.
Please enter your MMSI / ATIS number in the 'comment' field during your order or fill out our datasheet for programming VHF radios and send it to: email@example.com.
If additional channels (e.g. dutch channels 30, 31 and 37) are to be programmed, we charge a programming fee.
The application for MMSI and ATIS numbers can be found under Service/Downloads.
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