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Standard Horizon HX300E VHF Handheld

Standard Horizon HX300E VHF Handheld

HX300E from Standard Horizon is a rugged, buoyant and compact handheld VHF device with excellent battery life and ATIS functionality.

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Standard Horizon HX300E is a rugged, buoyant and compact handheld VHF device with excellent battery life. HX300E also has the ability to charge via USB and supports ATIS functionality.*

The HX300E is buoyant and will float face up if dropped overboard. If the device does come into contact with water the red LED strip along the bottom will light up making it easy for the user to identify in the water. This feature will work even if the device is not powered on.

HX300E has different power levels ranging from 1W to 5W allowing you to maximise battery life with the option to improve performance as and when needed. As with all Standard Horizon products the HX300E comes with an excellent 3 year warranty.

Easy to use with large buttons and a bright back lit display the HX300E is a great choice. ATIS (Automatic Transmitter Identification System) allows vessels to be identified in the case of emergency when sailing on inland waterways in many areas of mainland Europe.

The Standard Horizon HX300E Package includes:

  • HX300E Transceiver
  • CAT460 Antenna
  • FNB0122Li 3.7v 1560mAH Li-ion Battery Pack
  • PA-54U USB Wall charger with cable
  • CLIP-22 Belt Clip
  • Handstrap
  • Owners Manual
  • Warranty Card
General Specifications
Dimensions59 x 128 x 33mm
Weight240 g with battery
IP RatingIPX8
Frequency Ranges

TX: 156.025 MHz – 157.425 MHz
RX: 156.050 MHz – 163.275 MHz

Emission Type16KOG3E
Operating Voltage3.7V DC
Current Consumption

330mA (Receive, typical at AF max).
20mA (Standby)
2.3A / 0.9A (TX 5W/1W)

Battery1560mAh Lithium Ion
Battery Life10 hours (5 mins RX/5 mins TX/90 mins standby)
RF Power Output5W/1W @ 3.7V
AF Output600mW@ 8 Ohms for 10% THD
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