The new Raymarine Wireless VHF for modular radios Ray90 e Ray91 give you the freedom to move on board and talk from any deck or cabin, thanks to the optional wireless set.
The Ray90 and Ray91 radios are modular and offer two wired microphones and three optional wireless ones. With or without cables, users have access to the same comprehensive features and high performance as a next-gen VHF radio.
Wherever you may roam
Both models feature a commercial-grade marine VHF transceiver, with D-class selective digital call function for maximum convenience and safety. The Ray90 and Ray91 are also equipped with loudspeaker and a built-in anti-fog signal generator that can be easily activated by adding an optional accessory. In addition to the ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship calls, Ray90 and Ray91 can be used as an on-board intercom, with the specific function that allows you to make internal calls from one station to another via radio.
The Ray 91 model also includes a Class B AIS receiver. By connecting the Ray91 to the multi-function display and the instrumentation of the boat, users can see the location and identity of the AIS-equipped vessels nearby.
In addition, Raymarine wireless VHF
handsets are powered by built-in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries for long life, and use
the latest inductive charging technology
The basic Ray90 or Ray91 system comes with a black-box transceiver module and a wired handset/speaker kit. The transceiver module hides out-of-sight and offers connections for an optional second wired station as well as a wireless hub. The wireless hub allows the Ray90/91 to host up to three wireless handset stations. Wireless technology is the ideal solution for adding VHF radio capability in hard-to-wire locations like tuna towers, flybridges or distant cockpits.
Raymarine wireless VHF handsets are powered by built-in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries for long life, and use the latest inductive charging technology. The handset can simply be placed back in its supplied dock; there are no charging ports, contacts, or unsightly cables. Each wireless handset also has a convenient locator alarm to help find it should it be misplaced onboard. By triggering the handset finder from any other station, the lost device will cry-out to be found.
Compliant with the latest regulations for DSC-equipped radios, both Ray90 and Ray91 have an onboard GPS receiver and a connection for an external GPS antenna. The radios can communicate with other onboard multi-function displays and instruments using industry-standard NMEA2000 or NMEA0183 networking.
Maybe it’s worth considering to provide your boat with Raymarine wireless VHF, as the cutting-edge technology, which takes advantage of all the latest features available, can make life on board much easier.