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Standard Horizon

Standard Horizon GX6000E VHF

£517.61loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
Standard Horizon GX6000E VHF
  • Information

Standard Horizon GX6000E Commercal Grade Fixed Mount DSC VHF with AIS and NMEA2000

  • Integrated dual channel AIS (Automatic Identification System) receiver *1 *2
  • AIS / AIS SART target display: MMSI, Call Sign, Ship Name, BRG, DST, SOG and COG *1 *2
  • Programmable CPA and TCPA collision avoidance alarms
  • NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 compatible
  • Dual Zone 25W PA / Loud Hailer with pre-programmed fog signals and listen back
  • GPS Compass, Waypoint and GPS status pages*2
  • E2O Easy to Operate menu system
  • Large rotary channel knob with push to enter
  • Front panel microphone can be connected to rear panel and extended 20 feet using MEK-4 mic extension kit
  • Capable of connecting two optional RAM4 or four Wireless RAM4W
  • Integrated Voice Recorder to play back up to two minutes of RX receive audio
  • Advanced 80dB Commercial Grade receiver with Local / Distance Attenuator
  • Integrated 32 Code (FVP-42) and 4 Code (CVS2500A) Voice Scramblers
  • All USA/International and Canadian Marine Channels
  • ATIS Mode for European Inland Waterways
  • 3 Year Waterproof Warranty

*1 Requires a separate dedicated AIS antenna
*2 Requires GPS input

Built In AIS Receiver

The Standard Horizon GX6000E displays AIS target information (MMSI, Call Sign, Ship Name, BRG, DST, SOG and COG) on the large front panel display. Having this information allows you to contact an AIS Ship directly using DSC, shows your vessels position in relation to AIS targets and alerts you when an AIS ship may be approaching too close to your location via the Closest Point of Approach (CPA) Alarm.*12

NMEA 2000

Plug and play NMEA 2000 interface. The integrated NMEA 2000 supports all PGN’s for Navigation, GPS, AIS and DSC function. Simply plug the NMEA 2000 into your existing network to complement your system with full VHF and DSC features.

Wireless Second Station RAM4W capability

Wirelessly control all radio functions of the Standard Horizon GX6000E with the interface of the RAM4W wireless Remote Access Microphone. Using the SCU-30* Wireless Access Point plugged into the back of the radio, you have the capability of syncing up to 4 RAM4W units. With an operating range of up to 65 feet, the RAM4W allows you to control all Radio functions including DSC Calling, Position Polling, Group Calling and more, or use the RAM4W to intercom between the main station or between other wireless RAM4W units. *

Integrated 25W PA/Loud Hailer

The Standard Horizon GX6000E includes a 25W Loud Hailer with Fog signals; Bells and Whistles with listen back. For added benefit, the last selected VHF channel can be heard when in the PA or Fog modes and the AIS Display may be accessed and used.

Integrated Voice Scrambler

The Standard Horizon GX6000E has an internal 32 code voice scrambler for private communications (the 32 code scrambler is compatible with all Standard Horizon 4 code scramblers). Simply select a channel to be scrambled then select a common code between the transmitting and receiving radios and your communications are secure.

Flush Mount Capability

Two mounting options are available. Bracket mount with the bracket and knobs included, or use the optional MMB-84 to flush mount in to a bulkhead.

Technical Specifications

General  
Channels: All USA, International and Canadian
Input Nominal Voltage: 13.8V VDC Operating Range 11V - 16.5VDC
Current Drain:  
- Standby: 0.55A
- Receiver (Max AF Output): 0.9A
- Transmit: 5.0A (Hi), 1.0A (Lo)
DSC Transmitted Call Log: 24
DSC Distress Call Log: 27
Distress Received Call Log: 64
Individual Call Directory: 80
Group Call Directory: 32
Waypoint Directory: 100
Display Type: 70 x 51mm, Full Dot Matrix (222 x 162 pixels)
Dimensions: 175.5 x 110 x 173.5 mm (W x H x D, mm)
Flush Mount Dimensions: 157.4 x 93.4 x 158 mm (W x H x D, mm)
Weight (approx, kg): 1.66kg
TRANSMITTER  
Frequency Range: 156.025 to 161.600MHz (International)
RF Output Power: 25W (Hi), 1W (Lo)
Conducted Spurious Emissions: Less than -80dBc (Hi), -66dBc (Lo)
Audio Response: within +1/-3dB of a 6db/octave, premphasis characteristic @ 300Hz - 3KHz
Audio Distortion: less than 5%
Modulation: 16K0G3E (for Voice), 16K0G2B (for DSC)
Frequency Stability: ±0.0003% (-15ºC to +55ºC)
FM Hum and Noise: 50dB
RECEIVER (For Voice and DSC)  
Frequency Range: 156.050 to 163.275MHz
Sensitivity:  
- 20dB Quieting: 0.35µV
- 12dB SINAD: 0.30µV
- Squelch Sensitivity (Threshold): 0.13µV
Modulation Acceptance Bandwidth: ±7.5kHz
Selectivity (Typical):  
- Spurious and Image Rejection: 80dB for Voice (75dB for DSC)
- Intermodulation and Rejection: 80dB for Voice (75dB for DSC)
Audio Output: 10.0W (@ 8Ω external speaker output)
Audio Response: within +1/-3dB of a 6dB/Octave
  de-emphasis characteristic at 300 to 3000Hz
Frequency Stability: ±0.0003% (-20ºC to +60ºC)
Channel Spacing: 25kHz
DSC Format: ITU-R M.493-12
Attenuator (Local): Approx 10dB
Receiver (for AIS)  
Frequency: 161.975MHz (CHA), 162.025MHz (CHB)
Sensitivity: 0.5µV for 12dB SINAD.
Selectivity (Typical):  
Spurious and Image Rejection: 70dB
Intermodulation and Rejection: 70dB
NMEA Input/Output  
NMEA 0183 Input: GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC, GSA & GSV (4800 baud)
NMEA 0183 Output: DSC, DSE, GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC, GSA & GSV (4800 baud)
NMEA 0183 AIS Output: VDM (38400 baud)
38400 Baud Selected  
NMEA 0183-HS Input: GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC, GSA & GSV (38400baud)
NMEA0183-HS Output: DSC, DSE, GGA, GLL, GNS, RMC, GSA, GSV and VDM (38400baud)
NMEA 0183-HS AIS Output: VDM (38400baud)
SCU-31 External GPS Antenna Optional
Receiver Channels: 64
Sensitivity: Less than -147dBm
Time to First Fix: 1 Minute typical (@ Cold Start)
  5 Seconds typical (@ Warm Start)
Geodetic Datum: WGS84