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Link-2
Marine Handheld VHF Radio
with GPS
User Guide
ENGLISH
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  • Page 1 Link-2 Marine Handheld VHF Radio with GPS User Guide ENGLISH lowrance.com...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Information

    It is the owner’s sole responsibility to install and use this instrument in such a man- ner that will not cause accidents, personal injury or property damage. Lowrance disclaims all liability for any use of this product in a way that may cause accidents, damage or that may violate the law.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    4-1-4 Set a route to a stored waypoint ......................24 4-2 Backlight adjustment ........................25 4-3 Lamp timer ............................25 4-4 Buddy list (Manage your buddy list) ..................26 4-4-1 Add a new buddy name ...........................26 4-4-2 Edit a buddy name ............................27 Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 4 4-9-1 Enter or check your ATIS MMSI (ATIS MMSI) .................44 4-9-2 Enable ATIS functionality (ATIS SELECT) ..................45 4-10 Get Buddy ............................45 4-11 Track log ............................46 4-12 Erase track ............................46 4-13 Reset (Reset to factory defaults) ..................... 46 Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 5 6-1 Send a Distress call ......................... 60 6-2 Receiving a Distress Call (DISTRESS!) ..................62 6-3 Distress Acknowledgement (DISTRESS ACK) or Distress Relay All Ships (DISTRESS REL) ..........................62 6-4 Distress Relay Individual (INDIV DISTR RELAY) ..............63 Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 6 C-1 EU International Channel Chart....................80 Special Notes on EU International Channel Usage ................81 C-2 Inland Waterways Country Specific table - ATIS ON ............82 C-3 Special Channels ..........................85 Countries of Intended use in the EU: ......................85 Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 7: Safety And Operational Information

    Le présent émetteur radio Link-2 (IC:4697A-LINK2) a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d’antenne énumérés ci-dessous et ayantun gain admis- sible maximal et l’impédance requise pour chaque type d’antenne.
  • Page 8: Important

    The radio channels installed into the radio may vary from country to country, depending upon the model and government or national communications authority regulations. Lowrance recommends that you check the radio operating licensing requirements of your country before using the radio. The operator is solely responsible for observing proper radio installation and usage practices.
  • Page 9: Section 1 - General Information

    Section 1 - General information Congratulations on your purchase of this handheld VHF marine radio Link-2, designed and built using superior technology and craftsmanship. It provides the following useful features: • Adjustable contrast settings for the LCD • Adjustable keypad backlighting for easy night time use • Waterproof and submersible to comply with JIS-7...
  • Page 10: Section 2 - Controls And Keys

    Vol + and Vol - SCAN Longitude Link-2 MARINE VHF/GPS Right Softkey Left Softkey Center Softkey (In DSC mode) DISTRESS Key HI/LO HI/LO/GPS 16/9 priority key WX/NAV GO/MOB CALL MENU WATERPROOF CALL/MENU Speaker Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 11: Keys/controls And Functions

    To enter a character, press CH to step through the alphabet or hold down to scroll through quickly. Push To Talk. Push to start transmitting then talk into the mic. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 12 CALL. Quickly press the CALL/MENU key to access the DSC Call menu. The call mode is used for making DSC calls. MENU. Hold down the CALL/MENU key more than 3 seconds to access the Menu Setup mode and to customize your VHF radio. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 13: Use Of Softkeys In This Radio

    ‘skip’ a channel, hold down the left softkey for more than 2 SKIP seconds. will appear on the screen and the channel will be skipped. To cancel the skip, manually select the skipped Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 14: Dsc Softkeys

    Left softkey. Press to resend the DSC call. CANCEL Right softkey. Press to send the distress cancel call. SILENC Left softkey. Provided as an option to silence an audible alarm. Please refer to the following sections for more details. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 15: Section 3 - Operating The Radio

    To adjust the squelch level, press SQL / accordingly. SCAN 3-3 Volume control Press VOL / to adjust the volume level. A volume sub-menu will appear when pressed. It times-out after 5 seconds. SCAN Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 16: Channel Selection

    For clear and audible transmission: • Pause for a few seconds after pressing PTT • Hold the microphone 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 inches) away from your mouth and speak at a normal volume. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 17: Dual Watch Operation

    If you try and add another favorite channel it will overwrite the existing CH3. But CH1 and CH2 will remain unless you delete them. To delete a favorite channel: • Select that channel, then hold down 3CH until a dialog box appears to prompt the deletion. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 18: Scan Operation

    If no WP is set, ‘NO ACTIVE ROUTE!!’ will appear to prompt you that no WP is selected, see the next section to select a Waypoint to navigate to. During Nav Mode: • PTT Return to normal mode and TX; release to return to Navigation mode Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 19: Wp Select Mode

    3-11 Plotter mode During plotter mode: • Softkey It will zoom in/out the circle to see more/less area • SQL Go to Navigation Mode • SQL Go to WP select Mode Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 20: Gps Satellite Mode

    Return to normal mode and TX • 16/9 (16) Return to normal model and go to 16/9 • Return to normal mode • Left softkey Return to normal mode • Other key Error Beep. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 21: Section 4 - Advanced Setup

    (non US) • AUTO SWITCH • DSC SETUP • TEST REPLY • ATIS SETUP • ATIS MMSI • TIMEOUT (EU only) (EU only) • GET BUDDY) • ATIS SELECT • TRACK LOG (EU only) • ERASE TRACK • RESET Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 22: Waypoint

    MOOR 1 MOOR 1 _° _ . _ _ _’ N _° _ . _ _ _N FISH1 12°32.233’N _ _° _ . _ _ _ _° _ . _ _ _W 132°45.651’W Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 23: Edit A Waypoint

    The waypoint details are displayed and the cursor is positioned at the first character of the name. Use the CH / to change the first character of the waypoint name then press ENTER, or just press ENTER to skip to the next character. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 24: Delete A Waypoint

    The waypoint is deleted immediately and the revised waypoint list is displayed. 4-1-4 Set a route to a stored waypoint MENU SELECT WAYPOINT WP LIST HOME ►WAYPOINT ►WP LIST ►GO NEW WP BACKLIGHT NEAREST WP FISH 1 WP EDIT ▼ ►HOME LAMP TEMP DELETE Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 25: Backlight Adjustment

    Press CH / to adjust the setting. Press ENTER to confirm the setting and return to the MENU SELECT. MENU SELECT LAMP TIMEOUT ►ALWAYS ON WAYPOINT BACKLIGHT 5 SECOND ►LAMP ▼ 15 SECOND Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 26: Buddy List (manage Your Buddy List)

    After you enter the last digit of the MMSI, a new screen appears automatically to show the new buddy name and MMSI. Check that it is correct; and then push ENTER to save the new entry. (If it is not correct, select EXIT). Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 27: Edit A Buddy Name

    ►BUDDY LIST ►SEA ROSE ►DELETE ▼ CONTRAST MERMAID Select BUDDY LIST and press ENTER to display the list of buddy names. Scroll down to the buddy name you want to delete then press ENTER. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 28: Contrast Adjustment

    This will repeat every 4 hours if you do not enter the position data manually. After you have entered the position data, you must update it within 23.5 hours otherwise NO GPS alert sequence repeats. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 29: Manual (manually Enter Your Position And Utc Time)

    Move the cursor to LL Display and press ENTER. The cursor is at ON (to show your position). If you want to hide your position, move the cursor to OFF. Press ENTER to confirm your selection. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 30: Settings: Time Display (show Or Hide The Time)

    Enter + or – followed by the time difference between UTC and your local time. Half hour increments can be used (as in this example). Local time is shown with the suffix LOC. Press ENTER to confirm the selection. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 31: Settings: Time Format (12 Or 24 Hour Clock)

    The cursor is at 12 HR (to show the suffix: am or pm). If you want to use the 24 Hr clock, move the cursor to 24 HR. Press ENTER to confirm the selection. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 32: Settings: Cog/sog (course & Speed Display Options)

    Move the cursor to GPS ALERT and press ENTER. Select ON/OFF as desired, in this example, ON has been selected, so if the GPS signal is lost, then the NO GPS alert will sound. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 33: Turn Gps Enable On/off

    ENTER to confirm selection. Select YES to save your changes. Note: AUTO MAG VAR default is 00.0 for TRUE. Note: W is the default and tenths of a degree is required. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 34: Radio Setup

    EDIT and DELETE (Maximum of 12 characters). Select EDIT and press ENTER to edit the existing name tag. Input the new name over the existing one and press ENTER to display the YES/NO confirmation. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 35: Ring Volume Adjustment (ring Volume)

    You can select your preferred measurement units for distance and cross track error. Select RADIO SETUP, then UNITS. Select your preferred measurement units and press ENTER. RADIO SETUP UNITS ►METRIC RING VOLUM▲ KEY BEEP NAUTICAL ►UNITS ▼ STATUTE Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 36: Set The Priority Channel (watch Mode)

    Just press any button to hear it. 4-7-8 Set NMEA output (NMEA OUT) RADIO SETUP NMEA OUT ►ON WATCH MODE▲ WX ALERT ►NMEA OUT The Link-2 can output NMEA 0183 sentences at 4800 baud when docked in the charging Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 37: Favorite Channel Setup (fav Ch Setup)

    Press CH UP/DOWN key to select a channel that you want to save as your WX favorite channel. Press ENTER to save the selection. The WX icon will indicate each time your favorite channel is selected. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 38: Dsc Setup

    Enter your MMSI again as a password check, then push ENTER to permanently store the user MMSI and return to the MENU. Note: You can view your stored user MMSI at anytime by selecting MMSI/GPS under the CALL menu. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 39: Maintain Groups (group Setup)

    When you have entered the last number of the MMSI, a new screen appears automatically. The cursor is at STORE, check that it is correct and, if so push ENTER to save the new entry. (If it is not correct, select EXIT). Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 40: Edit Groups

    YES, then press thee ENTER to empty the group and return to the GROUP SETUP screen. The LCD displays the group as follow. GROUP SETUP EILEEN DELETE GROUP MANUAL 053421608 EILEEN SAILING ►YES EDIT FISHING 2 ►DELETE Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 41: Response To Individual Calls (indiv Reply)

    Select DSC SETUP, then DSC SELECT. Select OFF to turn the DSC function off. Press ENTER to confirm your choice and return to the menu. DSC SETUP DSC SELECT GROUP SETU▲ ►OFF INDIV REPLY ►DSC SELECT▼ Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 42: Response Type To Ll Polling Calls (ll Reply)

    Additionally, the text “AUTO SW OFF” will be included in an All Ships or Group call replacing the text “AUTO CHxx” DSC SETUP AUTO SWITCH ►ON DSC SELECT▲ LL REPLY ►AUTO SWITC▼ Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 43: Dsc Test Reply (test Reply)

    Note: If NO TIMEOUT is selected, then you must press the EXIT key to exit the procedure. Example: to set a 10 minute TIMEOUT for non-automated functions: Select TIMEOUT, then select NON AUTO Select desired timeout period: NO TIMEOUT, 10 MINS or 15 MINS Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 44: Atis Setup (eu Only)

    The cursor is at STORE, press ENTER to store your ATIS MMSI. Enter your ATIS MMSI again as a password and check the confirmation screen appears again, select STORE and press ENTER to permanently store your ATIS MMSI and return to the menu. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 45: Enable Atis Functionality (atis Select)

    DSC SETUP ▲ ►OFF ATIS SETUP ►GET BUDDY ▼ Select GET BUDDY and then press ENTER. will appear on the LCD. Select ON or OFF as required, then press ENTER to confirm the selection. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 46: Track Log

    Select RESET, press ENTER, the radio asks for confirmation. Select yes, then press ENTER to reset the radio and return to the menu. MENU SELECT RESET RADIO TRACK LOG ▲ ARE YOU SURE ERASE TRACK ►RESET ►NO Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 47: Section 5 - Sending And Receiving Dsc Calls

    The user MMSI is a unique nine digit number, similar to a personal telephone number. It is used on marine transceivers that are capable of using DSC (Digital Select Calling). Depending upon your location, you may need a radio station license for the Link-2 . You may also need an individual operator’s license.
  • Page 48: Dsc Call Types

    You can test your radio’s DSC operation by sending a DSC TEST CALL to a Buddy or other station equipped with a DSC radio. MMSI/GPS The radio’s MMSI can be viewed as well as the current position. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 49: Send An Individual Call (individual)

    Press ENTER to SEND the call. Channel 70 is selected automatically and the Tx symbol is shown on the LCD while the call is being sent. The radio waits for an acknowledgement (WAIT). If the call is acknowledged (INDIV Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 50: Reply To The Last Call (last Call)

    Select the group that you want to call (the GROUP MMSI must be set before making the call). Choose a working channel to talk on. Select the INTER-SHIP and press ENTER. The radio automatically lists all Inter-ship (Simplex) channels that can be used. Duplex Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 51: Send An All Ships Call (all Ships)

    ►CALL LOG ▼ MANUAL 09:45 UTC SAVE MMSI 12345678 INDIVIDUAL ROUTINE ►SEND? Select DSC CALL then CALL LOG. The radio displays the contact details for the most recent incoming call as the first Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 52: Send Using The Distress Log (distrs Log)

    Inter-ship (Simplex) channels that can be used. Duplex channels cannot usually be called, however, If you wish to use a Duplex channel, select MANUAL instead, then select your channel of choice. If the call is to a Coast Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 53: Request The Ll Position Of A Buddy (ll Request)

    5-10-1 Add or delete a buddy (TRACKLIST) DSC CALL TRACK BUDDY TRACKLIST ADD NEW SENT CALL ▲ ►ADD NEW ►KATHY START TRACK LL REQUEST SET BUDDY SEA ROSE ►TRACK BUDD▼ ►TRACKLIST ▼ Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 54: Select Your Track Buddy

    LL REQUEST TRACK LIST 30 MINUTES ►TRACK BUDD▼ ►INTERVAL 1 HOUR Press CALL/MENU to enter DSC mode, then select TRACK BUDDY. Select INTERVAL, and choose the desired time interval. Press ENTER to confirm. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 55: Start Tracking

    0183 to the chartplotters. Press any key to acknowledge, or wait for the automatic 20 second timeout. Note: The Link-2 is capable of receiving and displaying the LL position data at normal or enhanced resolution. 5-11 Make a DSC test call (DSC TEST) You can test your radio’s DSC operation by sending a DSC TEST CALL to a Buddy or other...
  • Page 56: Receiving An Incoming Dsc Test Call Reply (dsc Test Ack)

    Press +/- button or rotate the CH knob to scroll any further information (if available), or press EXIT to cancel. 5-12 View User MMSI and GPS information The radio’s MMSI can be viewed as well as the current position. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 57: Receiving Dsc Calls

    - for “AUTO SWITCH” options, see section 4-8-6. Press PTT to initiate voice contact on current display channel. The call data is stored in your Call Log (see section 5-7). Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 58: Receiving An Individual Call (indiv)

    Press ACCEPT softkey to switch to the designated channel immediately, or press EXIT to return the current DSC receive process. If the display shows “AUTO SWITCH”, the radio will automatically switch to the Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 59: Receiving A Geographic Area Call (geograph)

    Press / keys to scroll any further information about the call, or press EXIT to return the current DSC receive process. Note: DSC & DSE sentence will be output on the NMEA 0183 port for indication on a connected chartplotter / MFD. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 60: Section 6 - Distress Calls

    • UNDEFINED (Undefined) • FIRE (Fire) • FLOODING (Flooding) • COLLISION (Collision) • GROUNDING (Grounding) • LISTING (Listing) • SINKING (Sinking) • ADRIFT (Adrift) • ABANDONING (Abandoning) • PIRACY (Piracy) • OVER BOARD (Overboard) Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 61 Note: Prior to receiving an acknowledgement, the distress alert call cannot immediately be terminated by you, it can only be cancelled by completing the distress call cancel process as described above (step 8). Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 62: Receiving A Distress Call (distress!)

    • For a Distress Acknowledgement (DISTRESS ACK) sent from the Search and Rescue (SAR) authorities of your country, your radio automatically cancels Distress Mode transmissions and CH16 appears. Press PTT to establish voice contact with the Search and Rescue (SAR) authority. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 63: Distress Relay Individual (indiv Distr Relay)

    Press EXIT key to quit current receive DSC process. Note: The call data is stored in the Distress Log and location data (DSC & DSE) sentence is sent on the NMEA 0183 port for indication on a connected chartplotter / MFD. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 64: Section 7 - Installation Instructions

    Pivot the locking tab up until it snaps into place on the back of the battery pack. 7-1-2 Initial charge You can either charge the Li-Polymer battery pack when it is attached to the radio or separated: Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 65: Gps Connector

    To maximise battery life: remove the battery from the charger after approximately 3.5 hours. Overcharging batteries may result in damage to both the battery pack and radio. 7-1-3 GPS connector Connect to NMEA 0183 port on MFD NMEA connector Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 66: Battery Charger Operation

    You can also mount the battery charger onto wall by using the provided bracket and screws. Mount the bracket as indicated in the diagram. Attach the battery charger to the bracket using the screws provided. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 67: Installing The Belt Clip

    The belt clip supplied with your radio allows you to attach the radio to your belt. To install the belt clip: slide the belt clip to the back of your radio, make sure that the fitting groove is aligned. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 68: Installing And Removing The Antenna

    Note: Do not operate the radio or press PTT key without the antenna being installed. WARNING Never leave your radio in a closed car or trunk; the extremely high temperatures generated in hot weather can damage the electronics. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 69: Appendix A - Technical Specifications

    Intermodulation rejection 68 dB Audio power output 250 mW at 5% THD, 700 mW max A-3 Transmitter: Power output 1 or 5 Watts (selectable) Modulation type Hum and noise attenuation 40 dB Audio distortion Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 70 EN 60950-1:2006 /A1:2010 A-7 Communications: Comm. port NMEA 0183, 4800 baud (when docked in cradle charger) NMEA 0183 output (transmit): DSC (for DSC call), DSE (for enhanced position). RMC, GGA, GLL, GSV at 1Hz Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 71: Appendix B - Us & Row Vhf Marine Channel Charts

    Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 157.250 161.850 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 157.300 161.900 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 157.350 161.950 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 157.400 162.000 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 156.025 160.625 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 156.075 160.675 Port Operations PORT OPS Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 72: Special Notes On International Channel Usage

    Select the INTERNATIONAL channel bank for use in Australia, New Zealand and other Asia Pacific regions, and all other regions where otherwise not specified. KEY: S = Simplex operating channel; D = Duplex operating channel. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 73: Usa Channel Chart

    Port Operations, VTS in Selected Areas PORT OPS/VTS U.S. Government, Canadian Commercial 156.225 156.225 UNAUTHORIZED Fishing 156.275 156.275 Port Operations PORT OPS 156.325 156.325 Port Operations PORT OPS Commercial, bridge-to-bridge, 1W with 156.375 156.375 BRIDGE COM Power-up Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 74: Special Notes On Usa Channel Usage

    Channel 70 is designated for use exclusively for Digital Selective Calling (DSC), such as Distress, Safety, and Ship Calls. No voice communication is allowed on CH70. This channel is only available on DSC enabled radios. KEY: S = Simplex operating channel; D = Duplex operating channel. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 75: Canada Channel Chart

    157.400 162.000 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 162.000 Public Correspondence ------ ------ TELEPHONE RX only 156.025 160.625 Public Correspondence TELEPHONE 156.075 156.075 U.S. Government, Canadian Coast Guard Yes UNAUTHORIZED 156.125 156.125 Canadian Coast Guard CANADIAN CG Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 76: Special Notes On Canada Channel Usage

    The letter “A” illuminated by the channel number indicates the Canada channel is simplex. This same channel is always duplex when selecting International. There is no “A” reference for International channels. The letter “B” is only used for some Canadian “Receive only” channels. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 77: Us & Canada Weather Channels

    NOAA Weather Channel NOAA WX RX only WX08 161.650 CANADIAN Weather Channel CANADA WX RX only WX09 161.775 CANADIAN Weather Channel CANADA WX RX only WX10 163.275 NOAA Weather Channel NOAA WX RX only Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 78: Eas (emergency Alert Systems) Alerts

    Flash Flood Warning WARNING Flash Flood Watch WATCH Flash Flood Statement ADVISORY Flood Warning WARNING Flood Watch WATCH Flood Statement ADVISORY Hazardous Materials Warning WARNING High Wind Warning WARNING High Wind Watch WATCH Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 79 Tropical Storm Watch WATCH Tsunami Warning WARNING Tsunami Watch WATCH Volcano Warning WARNING Winter Storm Warning WARNING Winter Storm Watch WATCH For more information about the Emergency Alert System and event codes, visit: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/eas_codes.shtml Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 80: Appendix C - Eu Vhf Marine Channel Charts

    Public Correspondence, Port Op PHONE-PORTOP 157.350 161.950 Public Correspondence, Port Op PHONE-PORTOP 157.400 162.000 Public Correspondence, Port Op PHONE-PORTOP 156.025 160.625 Public Correspondence, Port Op PHONE-PORTOP 156.075 160.675 Public Correspondence, Port Op PHONE-PORTOP Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 81: Special Notes On Eu International Channel Usage

    Safety, and Ship Calls. No voice communication is allowed on CH70. This channel is only available on DSC enabled radios. Maybe Duplex in some regions KEY: S = Simplex operating channel; D = Duplex operating channel. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 82: Inland Waterways Country Specific Table - Atis On

    156.55 156.55 156.575 156.575 156.6 156.6 a) r) 156.625 156.625 156.65 156.65 f) g) 156.675 156.675 156.7 156.7 156.725 156.725 156.75 156.75 156.775 156.775 156.8 156.8 j) d) o) 156.825 156.825 156.85 156.85 Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 83 72, 74 and 86), Ukraine and the Federal Republic of Yugosla via. The Administra- tions concerned should make any possible attempt to make these fre quencies channels as soon as possible available for the radiotelephone service on Inland Waterways and/or the required service catego ry. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 84 After permission of the competent authority, this channel may be used only for spe cial events on a temporary basis. In the Czech Republic this channel is used for service category nautical information. In the Czech Republic this channel is used for service category ship-to-port authorities. Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
  • Page 85: Special Channels

    FI - Finland LU - Luxembourg CH - Switzerland FR - France MT - Malta TR - Turkey DE - Germany NL - Netherlands UK - United Kingdom GR - Greece NO - Norway Lowrance - Link-2 Installation and Operation Instructions...
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  • Marco Mar 07, 2018 06:51:
    Very usefull manual. Thank you.