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The Multi-station Capability of the IC-M605EURO Marine Radio

by Ian Lockyer, ICOM UK 17 Mar 2017 08:00 GMT 17 March 2017

One of the great features of the IC-M605EURO, as well as it being a high class stand alone VHF with AIS receiver, is that it can be used as a multi-station on-board radio system... ideal for a large vessel such as a large yacht or motorboat.

The IC-M605EURO can be remotely controlled by up to three controllers using the optional HM-229 COMMANDMIC and/or the RC-M600 Command Head. Either option can also be used as an intercom between the radio and the unit.

You can use several combinations when setting up your IC-M605EURO, providing you and your crew with a huge amount of flexibility anywhere on the boat.

  • IC-M605EURO + three COMMANDMICS
  • IC-M605EURO + two COMMANDMICS + one Command Head
  • IC-M605EURO + two Command Heads + one COMMANDMIC

Should you be interested in this or any of the other great features on this new model, contact our marine sales team on 01227 741741 or via . They will be able to discuss this product with you and put you in touch with your nearest Icom Authorised Marine Dealer.

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