HX851E Handheld DSC portable radio

HX851E Handheld DSC portable radio
£239.95 ( £199.96 EXC. VAT )
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  • Specifications
THIS IS NOW OBSOLETE AND NO LONGER AVAILABLE             The HX851E is a 'Submersible Floating' 6 Watt portable VHF marine transceiver with built-in GPS and DSC signalling.
The HX851E has DSC (Digital Selective Call) Class D signalling built-in enabling it to participate in the IMO SOLAS GMDSS system and is able to send and receive Distress Calls with accurate position from built-in GPS receiver. All Ships Urgency, Safety, Individual,  Group call with Position Request and Position Report Safety calls are also available.

The built in GPS enables the unit to be used for simple navigation, with storage for 100 alpha-tagged waypoint positions the unit can be  used to navigate to any one of them.

The HX851E is ideal for anyone who sails in coastal waters currently without a VHF DSC radio, or for the 'grab bag' of the sailor or power boater user who is looking for that extra element of safety.

New features include a luminescent gasket strip that glows in the dark, A high power LED strobe light that can be programmed to flash in various configurations including SOS and triggered when the radio falls in the water.

Position and GPS data can be transferred to and from any NMEA 0183 compatible device including Chart plotters using connections in the CD-38 Charger cradle.

The HX851E is CE approved and has been notified for approval for sale in all European countries under the R&TTE directive Annex IV approval process. The Declaration of Conformity can be viewed on this website.

UK users of this radio are required to obtain a Ship Portable Radio Licence with an individual UK MMSI number in the range 02359XXXXX irrespective of whether they already have a Ship Radio licence or not. Users are also required to hold a SRC Short Range Certificate for use of DSC.

Details on how to obtain a Ship Portable Radio Licence can be obtained from the OFCOM website http://licensing.ofcom.org.uk/radiocommunication-licences/ships-radio/ 

Details on RYA Short Range Certificate Course can be obtained from http://www.rya.org.uk/coursestraining/courses/specialist/Pages/SRC.aspx

European Users should check with their local marine regulatory authority in their own country for assistance in obtaining a MMSI number for handheld DSC radio.

Users should be aware that the transmitter power output level of 6W maximum and small handheld aerial means that this device will have a reduced range compared to a standard 25W fixed mount DSC radio with mast head aerial.

  • Floating - Submersible IPX7 ( 1metre for 30 minutes)
  • Built in 12 Channel GPS receiver
  • Luminescent Glow in the Dark Gasket
  • Waypoint entry (200 Waypoints)
  • Navigate to waypoint with unique compass display
  • Navigate to DSC Distress or Position Request call
  • 6 Watt Transmit Power on Internal Li-Ion Battery
  • Large easy to read LCD display
  • DSC Functions include Distress call with Position and Designation. All Ship Urgency, and Safety calls
  • DSC calls supported include individual and Group Calls, Position Request, Position report.
  • Programmable Scan, Priority Scan and Dual Watch
  • Volume and Squelch icon on Display
  • NMEA output on Cradle of DSC, DSE GLL RMC GSA GSV and GGA messages
  • DSC MMSI address book with Alpha tag names (24 entries)
  • Battery life indicator
  • Preset key for recall of up to 10 favourite channels.
  • High visibility LED SOS Strobe automatically triggered when immersed in water
  • Selectable TX power level  (6/5/2.5/1W) Hi Power on CH16 and CH 70 signalling.
  • Size 65 x 141.5 x 45 mm excluding aerial
  • 335g with FNB-121Li battery, Aerial and Clip
  • User-Programmable ATIS mode for use on Inland European Waterways under RAINWAT agreement (Requires ATIS number from appropriate regulatory body).
General
 
Frequency Ranges
TX: 156.025 - 157.425 MHz             
 
RX: 156.050 - 162.000 MHz
Channel Spacing
25 kHz
Frequency Stability
±10 ppm (–20 °C to +60 °C)
Emission Type
16K0G3E for voice,
16K0G2B for DSC
Antenna Impedance
50 Ω
Supply Voltage
7.4 V DC
Current Consumption
330 mA (Receive)
 
100 mA (Standby, GPS On)
 
60 mA (Standby, GPS Off)
 
1.6 A / 1.6 A / 1.0 A / 0.7 A
(TX: 6 W / 5 W / 2.5 W / 1 W)
Operating Temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C
DSC Individual Directory
48 Memories
DSC Group Directory 
8 Memories
NMEA input
GLL, GGA and RMC
NMEA output
DSC, DSE, GLL, GGA, GSA, GSV and RMC
Case Size (W x H x D)
62.5 x 141.5 x 45 mm (w/o Knob & Antenna)
Weight (Approx)
335 g (w/ FNB-V99LI, Belt Clip & Antenna)
 
 
Transmitter
 
RF Power Output
6 W / 5 W / 2.5 W / 1 W (@7.4 V)
Modulation Type
Variable Reactance               
Maximum Deviation
±5 kHz
Spurious Emission
-75 dBc typical
Microphone Impedance
2 kΩ
 
 
Receiver
 
Circuit Type
Double-Conversion Superheterodyne
Intermediate Frequencies
1st: 47.25 MHz
 
2nd: 450 kHz
Sensitivity
0.25 μV for 12 dB SINAD
Adjacent Channel Selectivity
70 dB typical
Intermodulation    
70 dB typical
Hum & Noise Ratio   
40 dB
Selectivity
12 kHz / 25 kHz (–6 dB / –60 dB)
AF Output (Internal SP)
700 mW @16 Ω for 10 % THD (@7.4 V)
 
 
GPS
 
Receiver Channels
12 channels
Sensitivity
Less than –130 dBm
Time to First Fix
1 min typical (@Cold Start)
 
40 sec typical (@Warm Start)
Geodetic Datum
WGS84                  
 
 
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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