Marine and PMR Hybrid for Professional Use
VHF Marine Transceiver
The IC-M85E is our hybrid model in the model range. In addition to the existing marine radio channels, the device can also be programmed by the specialist dealer with the company radio channels assigned to your company or your organization.
Compact and Lightweight
The IC-M85E is the most compact (W×H×D: 56 × 92 × 29 mm) and lightweight (weight: 246 g (with BP-290, FA-SC58V and MBB-3)) commercial grade marine and land mobile hybrid radio in the world*.
* As of November 2017, researched by Icom.
Covering 136–174 MHz PMR Frequency
In addition to VHF marine channels, the IC-M85E covers 136–174 MHz PMR channels. Up to 100 programmable channels are available for PMR use. Each channel is programmable with CTCSS and DTCS tone.
700 mW Powerful Audio
Despite its compact body, the IC-M85E delivers 700 mW of loud audio. Clear communications is vital in noisy environments.
Automated Emergency Alarm
The IC-M85E has three emergency related functions: the MOB Alarm, Man Down and Lone Worker functions. If one of these functions are activated, the radio automatically makes an emergency alarm.
Instant Operation with Multi-Function Button
Channel group changing (marine ⇔ PMR) or the scrambler function ON/OFF can be assigned in the multi-function button on the top panel*. The Key lock function can be activated by holding the button.
* * Ask your dealer for details.
IP67 and MIL-STD Rugged Construction
The IC-M85E is built durable to endure 1 m submersion for 30 minutes and dust-tight protection. The radio also passes MIL-STD-810 specifications.
Battery Pack and Battery Case: BP-290, HM-213 – Waterproof Speaker Microphone (IPX7)
Registration / reference number. the Federal Network Agency
On the basis of changed European regulations, no allocation of such numbers by the competent national authority takes place any more. However, as usual, you can rely on our products to comply with European directives. The individual, boat related registration of your radio device please take at the Bundesnetzagentur, or your national competent authority.
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