Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers (White)

Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers (White)

Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers (White)

Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers (White)


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Product Highlights

  • Fully Functional VHF 2-Way GPS Radio
  • Supports Digital Selective Calling
  • Waterproof Housing Good to 425' (130 m)
  • VHF Whip Antenna & Lifeline Button
  • Integrated Speaker & Microphone
  • Chat Button & Hail + Distress Button
  • Jupiter 3 GPS Receiver
  • LCD Screen & Position Indication Light
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • USB Port for Charging Battery
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Nautilus Lifeline NLDIVER04 overview

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The white Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers is a VHF GPS Radio that is capable of sending your exact coordinates to any vessel with a modern VHF radio -as long as they're within 4000 sq miles. This radio could save your life, and it should be standard equipment for every diver. It features a Hail + Distress button, a Chat button, a LifeLine button, a Position Indication Light and an LCD screen. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery can be charged via USB and it supports up to 30 minutes of talk time or 24 hours of distress mode. The radio also features a polycarbonate housing that's waterproof down to a depth of 425' (130 m). Plus, a Jupiter 3 GPS receiver shows your latitude and longitude on the LCD screen. This is a must have for divers, surfers, sailors and other marine enthusiasts.

Very High Frequency (VHF) Radio
VHF radio is the most common method of communication between boats. As such, part of the radio spectrum has been allocated specifically to maritime users, and this VHF marine band is the same worldwide
Digital Selective Calling (DSC)
DSC is an advanced, computerized form of VHF radio designed for marine use. When a distress call is made by pressing just one button on the radio, your identification and location may be automatically transmitted to the Coast Guard and other vessels in the area with a modern VHF radio. This function is only for emergency use
Global Positioning System (GPS)
GPS is a means for locating any point on the earth. On your Nautilus Lifeline, it allows your latitude and longitude position to be acquired as long as you have a clear view of the sky. This ensures that you can be found even without communicating your position
Polycarbonate Housing
Provides waterproof protection to a depth of 425' (130 m) so you can take your Nautilus Lifeline with you on every dive
GPS Receiver
Jupiter 3 GPS receiver shows your latitude and longitude on the LCD screen
LCD Screen
Shows GPS coordinates, number of satellites in view, channel in use, and battery level. When scrolling through the menu, the screen shows volume, squelch and channel selection
Rechargeable Battery
The 1850 mAh lithium-ion battery connects to any USB charger. The battery provides 30 minutes of talk time plus 24 hours of distress
Attached Radio Clip
Conveniently and securely attaches the Nautilus Lifeline to a D-ring. For ultimate convenience, order an optional DIVER Pouch (sold separately)
Position Indication Light
Flashes in distress mode to indicate diver position (especially useful after sunset)
Charging Light
Green light illuminates when unit is being charged
VHF Whip Antenna
Waterproof to IP67 standards. The antenna's range can be further extended by holding the unit above your head in distress mode. When your unit is not in use, store it with the cap open and the antenna fully extended
Speaker / Microphone
Splash-proof and functional in all sea conditions. Do not submerge. If incoming transmissions are muffled, hold unit upside down and gently tap on speaker grill to dislodge trapped or standing water
Chat Button
Allows you to chat to your dive boat or other divers on a regular transmission channel, or to change the channel to any marine VHF frequency
Hail + Distress Button
Allows you to talk to every boat within range on channel 16, the universal hail and distress channel on every marine radio worldwide. Users can change this channel to any marine VHF frequency. Software embedded in the unit prevents you from accidentally jamming the channel
Lifeline Button
Allows you to transmit a distress message and your GPS coordinates by using LocateMe Technology. Your message will be shown on the screen of all boats with modern marine radios. Their radios should automatically switch to channel 16, alarms will sound, lights will flash, and your GPS coordinates and emergency message should be shown on the screen of each radio. This function varies according to country and certification
USB Port
For recharging the battery. Also allows you to connect to a computer to change advanced settings or download a GPS log of dive sites
In the Box
Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Divers (White)
  • USB Adapter Cable
  • USB Port Cover
  • Clip (Attached to Unit)
  • Antenna (Installed on Unit)
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    Nautilus Lifeline NLDIVER04 specs

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    GPS Module Jupiter 3 GPS
    DSC Range 4000 sq miles (6437.4 sq km)
    Voice Communication Range 2 - 6 miles (3.2 - 9.7 km)
    Antenna Connector SMA
    Antenna Impedance 50 ohms
    Average Operating RF Power 1 W
    Frequency Stability ±10 ppm
    Frequency Range 156.025 MHz - 157.425 MHz
    Channel Spacing 25 kHz
    Supply Voltage 3.7 V DC
    Battery Type Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    Battery Capacity 1850 mAh
    Maximum RF Power 1.85 W (+0 dB / -3.5 dB)
    Average Operating RF Power 1 W
    Maximum Deviation ±5 kHz
    AF Output 400 mW @ 8 ohms for 10% THD
    Water-Proof Polycarbonate housing waterproof to 425' (130 m)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.6 x 5.72 x 1.8" (66 x 145 x 46 mm)
    Weight 9.88 oz (280 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.06 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.4 x 4.6 x 2.7"

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