Garmin Global Positioning Systems and Portable Receivers Eagle River AK

Garmin Rino 530 has a communication range of 14 miles and can send and receive GPS positions and data with other outdoor-life enthusiasts using Rino receivers.

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Garmin Global Positioning Systems and Portable Receivers

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Garmin Portable GPS Devices

Communications and navigational gear in one

Arguably, Garmin's Rino 530 is one of the most technologically advanced all-in-one radio and GPS receivers available on the market today. The Garmin Rino 530 has a communication range of 14 miles and, as with all Garmin Rino devices, can send and receive GPS positions and data with other outdoor-life enthusiasts who are using Rino receivers.

Additional features on the Garmin Rino 530 include an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, and NOAA weather receiver. An additional wonderful feature of the Garmin Rino 530 is that is provides detailed base maps of both North America and South America. All of the features on the Garmin Rino 530 serve a useful purpose and provide backcountry and wilderness enthusiasts with the information they need to successfully negotiate through almost any environment. One of the drawbacks of the device is that its rechargeable lithium-ion battery back is a bit cumbersome.

Specifics and Features

  • WAAS enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver
  • Transmit power using FRS frequency is 0.5 watt for a range of up to 2 miles
  • Transmit power using GMRS frequency is 5 watts for a range of up to 14 miles (transmit power limited to 2 watts in Canada for a range of up to 8 miles)
  • Channels: 7 FRS, 15 GMRS, and 8 GMRS repeater (using GMRS frequency in the U.S. requires a FCC license)
  • Receives on 7 NOAA weather channels and detects weather alert tones
  • Electronic compass and barometric sensor with automatic pressure trend recording
  • Unit dimensions: 7.5”H x 2.3”W x 1.8”D
  • Display: 1.7”H x 1.3”W, 256-color transflective TFT (176 x 220 pixels)
  • Weight: 10.3 ounces
  • Waterproof: IEC 60529 IPX7 standards (submersible in one meter of water for up to 30 mins.)
  • 38 sub-audible squelch codes per transmission channel for semi-private radio communications
  • 10 call and ring tones, 4 roger tones
  • Vibration mode
  • Send and receive sh...

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