The new Ray91 modular VHF radio features superior performance, crystal clear sound and flexibility: The radio consists of an out-of-sight transceiver, while the ergonomic RayMic handset and remote speaker give you full control of the radio with crystal clear sound.
- Black box, dual-station-capable VHF radio
- Integrated Class B Automatic Identification System receiver (AIS)
- Wired handset and passive speaker included
- Expandable to 2 RayMic handsets
- Integrated loudhailer, fog signal generator
- Optional external GPS receiver and Class D Selective Calling system
- Simple NMEA2000 and NMEA018 networking
Integrated AIS receiver
With its integrated AIS receiver, the Ray91 can receive navigation and safety broadcasts from nearby AIS-equipped ships. The NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 interfaces allow the received information (vessel name, course, speed, CPA and other voyage information) to be easily transmitted to compatible multifunction displays.
A communications powerhouse
Ray91 is equipped with a powerful 25 W transmitter and commercial grade electronics for long life and high performance. Channel scanning, dual watch, tri-watch and weather alerts are standard. Class D Digital Selective Calling radio and integrated GPS make it easy to set up advanced safety and call functions. Just enter your ship's MMSI number when setting up and you're ready to go. For GPS operation, the optional GA150 passive GPS antenna is required.
The Ray91 position tracking feature allows you to keep track of up to 5 DSC-equipped vessels in your area. Their positions are automatically shared with your Raymarine MFD. The radio supports the ATIS system on navigable inland waterways in Europe.
With its integrated megaphone, you will be heard on deck and across the harbour. Connect an optional hailing horn and make your presence known with 30 watts of audio output, plus 2-way talkback. If it gets foggy, the loudhailer can be set up to automatically sound necessary fog signals for power and sailing vessels on the water and at anchor.
Waterproof and sturdy
The Ray91 transceiver unit is made of solid aluminium for shock and vibration resistance and maximum heat dissipation. For easy viewing in all conditions, the RayMic handset features a super bright backlight. The oversized keys provide a secure grip with easy access to commonly used functions.
|Dimensions (h x w x d)
|63 x 235 x 160 mm
|Operating temperature range
|-25 °C - +55 °C
|IPX6 and IPX7
|12 V DC
|Operating voltage range
|9 to 16 V DC
|Maximum: < 6 A
Standby: 600 mA
Receive: 2 A
|All available US, International and Canadian VHF marine bands
|156,000 - 157,425 MHz
|High power = 25 W
Low power = 1 W
|Integrated GNSS receiver, GA150 GPS antenna not included
|Yes (Micro-C male - adapter cable to SeaTalkNG included)
|Integrated AIS receiver
|External passive speaker performance
|5 W / 2.5 W
|Megaphone output power
|24 W / 12 W