ACR SR203 Handheld Radio Primary Battery & Rechargeable
The SR203 VHF Handheld Survival Radio is an FCC approved device that’s built for all marine applications and meets all the requirements of the IMO.
ACR SR203 HANDHELD PRIMARY RADIO & RECHARGABLE BATTERY
For All Marine Applications
The SR203 VHF Handheld Survival Radio is an FCC approved device that’s built for all marine applications. Its digital display and control buttons are backlit, making the device easily operable in dark environments. If you find yourself in need of some assistance, the SR203 VHF is easy to use.
Auto-tuning Radio with Single Push Call Button
Once it’s been activated, this survival radio automatically tunes to emergency Channel 16, and has a single push call button so you can quickly send out your distress message. The SR203 VHF has a battery life of over 16 hours, and meets all the requirements of the IMO.
The digital display and control buttons are backlit making operation in low light environments simple. Once activated, the SR203 is automatically tuned to Channel 16 and has a single push Channel 16 call button to quickly return to the emergency channel.
Long-Lasting Battery Life
The SR203 handheld VHF radio boasts exceptional battery life of over 16 hours (@ -4°F (-20°C)) thanks to its highly efficient transmitter designed to maximize battery life. The innovative battery protection tab means the primary battery can be permanently attached to the radio without fear of losing its charge.
Always Ready For When You Need It Most
The radio will always be available for use in times of emergency, without the need to remove protective labels. Simply break off the red protective tab and the radio will be immediately ready to turn on to channel 16. For everyday use, ACR offers a lithium polymer rechargeable battery option. The quick release rapid charger provides the ideal solution for keeping the batteries fully charged.
Key Features & Equipment Benefits:
- Efficent transmitter
- Rugged design
- Primary Lithium battery exceeds GMDSS requirements
- Protective battery tab
- Non-hazardous batteries
- 16 hours typical operating life
- Optional rechargeable battery kit
- Laser etched control buttons
- High contrast/backlit digital display and keypad
- 21 Channels
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Product Number- 2827 (Emergency Use Only Applications); 2828 (Everyday and/or Emergency Use Applications; 2829 (ATIS Applications)
Size - 5.6(H) x 2.8(W) x 1.5(D)” (141(H) x 68(W) x 37(D) mm)
Weight - 13.1 oz (0.37 kg) with primary battery; 12 oz (0.34 kg) with rechargeable battery
Waterproof - 3.28 ft (1 m) for 30 minutes
Batteries - Primary - Lithium; Chemestry - Lithium/Iron Disulfide (LiFeS2)
Battery Operation - 16 hrs continuous operation with lithium battery (GMDSS Approved)Up to 6 hrs with rechargeable battery(does not comply with GMDSS).
Warranty - 1 year limited warranty
Output Power (High/Low) - 2.5 Watts / 1 Watt
Receiver Sensitivity - -117 dBmChannels21 (Weather Included)
Approvals - FCC (80.1101, CFR47) & MED (A.1/5.17) Approved. Meets or Exceeds IMO Regulation (A.694(17); MSC.149(77), VHF (IEC61097-12), EMC (IEC60945)
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