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Submersible 5 Watt Marine VHF (Discontinued)
2001 NMEA AWARD WINNER!
Includes 110VAC, 12VDC, rechargeable Ni-Cad and AA battery tray. Built to take the day to day punishment of the marine environment. STANDARD HORIZON feel so strong about this fact the radio is backed by a 3 year waterproof warranty.
SUBMERSIBLEBuilding a submersible radio is no simple task! STANDARD HORIZON utilizes a high impact non-corrosive case, display lens, waterproof gasketing, and PCB's protecting with HumiSeal moisture barrier. Engineered for unparalleled reliably, the HORIZON HX350S exceeds submersions of 3' for 30 minutes.PRACTICAL BATTERY OPTIONS
A wet slippery hand is no problem for the HX350S because of rubber-armored grips that also protect the radio from water and physical damage. Feel the location and the action of the PTT while noticing the additional armoring around the controls and display.An alkaline battery tray and a whooping 1100mAh NiCad are standard equipment on the HX350S, the latter providing an incredible 10 hour duty cycle. Additionally, an easy to see battery shaped flag on the LCD works like a dynamic "gas gauge" indicating relative battery time remaining.ESSENTIAL OPERATIONAL FEATURESVisibility is enhanced with an enormous LCD window with tall, wide digits and bold informational flags that are easy to identify. The LCD and keypad are backlit for best visibility at night.VALUE ADDED PACKAGING
The HX350S has all the U.S., Canadian, and International marine VHF channels, direct one button access to channels 9 and 16, direct access to two custom preset channels, all weather channels plus NOAA weather alert. User-programmable scanning can be set with or without a priority channel of choice.The HX350S includes accessories not found with any other VHF portable. The HX350S comes with a 110VAC charger, 12VDC charger, 1100 mAh NiCad battery, and alkaline battery tray.BUILT BETTER, BACKED BETTERBecause the HX350S is built better it's backed better. If your HORIZON HX350S VHF radio fails for any reason including water damage, during normal use in the first three years, STANDARD HORIZON will repair or replace it free, without hassle or charges period! If it fails thereafter in normal use for as long as you own it, it will be covered by STANDARD HORIZON's lifetime flat rate service program
Model Antennas & Adapters CAT350 Rubber Duck Antenna CAW350 3 Antenna Adapter to Ship s Antenna Batteries & Trays CBT350 Alkaline Battery Tray CNB350 7.2V 1100 mAh NiCad Battery Battery Chargers CAW240 12 VDC Power Cord CCA250 Charging Bucket CSA240AB 220 VAC Rapid Charger CSA280 110 VAC Rapid Charger CWC230A 110 VAC Trickle Charger CWC232 110/220 VAC Trickle Charger Cases & Belt Clips LCC250 Black Leather Case MCC250 Black Nylon Case MCC350 Black Neoprene Case Microphones CMP350 Submersible Noice-Cancelling Speaker Mic CMP625 Miniature Speaker/Mic
Marine \ Owners Manuals \ VHF Handheld
HX350S Owners Manual ( 124.26 KB )
Model Description List 243B155010 Belt clip N/A 406B010020 Screw for spk./mic. cover N/A 406B053400 Top case assy. W/jack N/A 406B064400 Case assembly N/A 406B067010 Improved Sprk/Mic N/A 406B067020 Spkr./mic. jack cover N/A 406B154010 Vol/Sql Knob N/A 406B270010 Keypad N/A 406B270020 Rubber PTT button cover N/A HC10124010 Final amp. N/A HQ20201980 LCD N/A QK00362060 Speaker N/A RB01030510 Sql. pot. N/A RB12030350 Vol. pot. N/A YJ07014760 Speaker/mic jack N/A YJ10004470 Antenna jack N/A YR99014070 Antenna N/A
Is there an adapter to connect the antenna jack to a fixed mounted antenna? Yes, the accessory is called a CAW350. It consists of 3' foot of RG-58 coaxial cable with a stud connector that connects to the HX350S and a SO-239 that connects to the ships antenna. I cannot change channels on the radio. The radio has a function called Key Lock. Pressing and holding the button on the left side of the radio that has a key symbol operates this feature. If the LCD on the radio has a key symbol, the radio is in the key lock mode and this key must be held until the symbol is removed. The unit is locked up and the key lock is not on. Try resetting the microprocessor by turning the unit off, then press and hold the WX and SCAN key while turning the radio back on. The radio says submersible, what does that mean? All of our submersible radios meet the JIS7 waterproofing standard. This means the radios were tested to withstand being submersed to 3 feet for 30 minutes. I submerged the radio and now I do not get any audio from the speaker. If the radio is submersed, water will fill up in the speaker compartment preventing the speaker from transmitting any audio. This does not damage the radio and water will not penetrate the radio case. To solve this problem simply turn the radio upside down and shake all the water out of the speaker compartment, you may also have to blow out any remaining water to fully restore the speaker. I have submerged the radio and now it is stuck in transmit. If the radio is submersed and water penetrates the mic jack cover, water may get into the mic jack and short out the PTT on the radio. This does not damage the radio and water will not penetrate the radio case. To solve this problem simply turn the radio upside down and shake all the water out of the mic jack, you may also have to blow out any remaining water to fully restore the radio.
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