Uniden UM380 Fixed Mount Class D VHF Marine Radio – White

The Uniden UM380 and UM380BK full-feature fixed mount VHF marine radios are packed with the features you need. DSC position send and request keeps you connected to those around you. NOAA Emergency Weather Alert including S.A.M.E. will tell you what weather is ahead. These radios have all USA, International and Canadian marine channels. They are Class D VHF radios that are built to be rugged. The large full dot matrix display, backlit LCD and keys and LCD contrast control make it easy to use and see when you need channel names, the radio menu, DSC features and GPS data.The 25 Watt VHF radio is compact and sleek. The radios have NMEA Input/ Output and have a receiver spec: sensitivity 0.27 uV, and rejection: 70 dB.

Product Features

  • Orange backlit text display shows channel names, radio menu, DSC features and GPS data
  • All USA, International and Canadian marine channels
  • Full DSC capability including position send and request
  • Compact, sleek 25 Watt VHF radio

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3 Responses to Uniden UM380 Fixed Mount Class D VHF Marine Radio – White

  1. Tommy Madison says:

    Indestructable works great,, love it! VERY waterproof Takes a licking and keeps on ticking! I have it on my Carolina Skiff. It gets rained on weekly, salt spray (including the front, back, top, wires…everything) it does great great. It transmits very far, tested and loud and clear every time. it gets no engine noise interferance ever. I get multiple weather channels in my area. 1 reviewer said it didnt have an external speaker option. It does, the black and red wire out of the back is the hookup, it does not have a phono cable out but I…

  2. Martin says:

    Everything I need but could be improved My 6 year old Uniden VHF Radio finally died when the microphone cord broke at the radio. I bought this radio because it is the same size of the old one and fit into the same hole (permanently mounted in my center console).The radio is obviously meant to be mounted overhead because the microphone connection at the radio is pointed downward and CANNOT BE MOVED. That’s where/why my old one failed. It’s mounted near the helm in my center console and I pull UP on the mic when…

  3. Lawrence Yee Chee Kian says:

    bad transmitting range..