Standard Horizon GX1850E with GPS and NMEA2000


Marine radio with built-in 66 channel GPS receiver and NMEA2000 protocol. Has all international maritime channels (including digital channel 70).

Channel 16 (ship-to-ship, ship-shore call in distress) and channel 9 (welcome) accessible with only one button.

Built-in construction (IPX8).


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- Built-in 66 channel GPS antenna

- Very small dimensions - ultra thin, radio depth only 8.2 cm

- 25 W transmit power VHF / FM

- Class D DSC (Digital Selective Calling) with Individual Call, All Ships, Position Report, Request and Alarm

- Navigating to DSC Calls in distress using the compass page

- Automatic collection of GPS position up to 6 objects (vessels) using GPS

- Entering, saving and navigating to landmarks using the compass page

- GPS compass display

- Navigation information (LAT / LON, SOG, COG) displayed on the LCD

- Waterproof construction corresponding to JIS-8 / IPX8 class (1.5 m for 30 minutes)

- Noise reduction microphone with up / down, 16/9 and H / L channel selection buttons

- Selection of weather channels with an alert

- Programmable scanning, priority scanning, double observation

- GPS response to position, SOG, COG and time

- Naming the programmed channels

- Large dot matrix display

- NMEA0183 and NMEA2000 input / output

- Programmable channel names

- Possibility to connect a second RAM4 microphone station with remote control

- Total dimensions: 150 mm x 85 mm x 82 mm (length / height / depth)

- Aligned installation dimensions 138 mm x 73 mm x 95 mm

- Black color version available

Simple installation and use of GPS

GX1850E Explorer GPS is the simplicity of using GPS - the ability to receive SBAS satellites (WAAS / EGNOS / MSAS / GAGAN). With the 66 channel GPS receiver built into the front panel of the radio, there is no unnecessary clutter with the installation cables between the radio and GPS for DSC. Always ready to use - DSC call, position position, sailing to landmark, sailing to DSC emergency call - a few simple steps and you'll reach your goal.

Installing the VHF radio has never been easier. The Explorer GPS has an ultra thin back of the case, only 82 mm deep, which is half the depth of comparable VHF radios available on the market.

The built-in GPS receiver and the antenna mounted in the front panel of the radio also give the possibility of multiple flexible embedding of the radio in places with limited space.

ITU-R M493-13 Class D DSC (Digital Selective Calling)

Explorer has ITU-R M493 class D VHF with a separate receiver channel 70, which allows you to receive calls in distress DSC, regardless of which channel you are listening on. The DSC DISTRESS function, when activated, transmits the MAYDAY digital signal containing vessel identification, latitude/longitude and time (with GPS connected). Possible additional calls - Individual, Emergency, Security, Position Report, Sent. Additional features, including calling DSC test and menu selection for enabling the Auto DSC channel.

Optional RAM4 microphone

When you need to control VHF remotely from the captain's cockpit - use the RAM4 SSM-70H remote microphone to control all VHF and DSC functions as well as an intercom. This microphone can be installed at a maximum distance of 7 m from the radio, as well as in a separate cabin (the optional CT-100 cable is required when extending the microphone cable).

Large clear display

No doubt - having a large clear display at your disposal, you will not make any mistake while reading information. Contrast and brightness can be adjusted to the current situation, especially when it is not possible to mount the radio directly in front of the user.

User Programmable Scanning, Priority Scanning and Dual Watch

Scanning is not a problem for Explorer. The radio can be set to scan any number of channels with or without channel 16 as the priority or set the scan between the priority channel and another channel (double listening).

Noise reduction technology

Explorer was built based on noise reduction technology that eliminates background noise such as engine or wind during broadcasting. This ensures that the broadcast will be crystal clear for dedicated 16/9, H / L buttons and channel selection.

Sailing to designated landmarks

EXPLORER has the ability to enter and save up to 100 landmarks. These points can be selected and designated for navigation using a unique navigation compass displaying SOG, COG, BRG and DST.

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