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06-01-18, 08:54 AM (This post was last modified: 06-03-18 11:13 PM by Tom - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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May question is about difference between Ray260 and 260E. I know 260 is US version and 260E European, both of them can work and all thre bands sets USA, CAN, INT. So my question is what is difference between US and Euro version, its lack of ATIS function on US aro what exactly?

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06-03-18, 11:21 PM
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RE: Ray260/260E
Hello MarcinZ,

The key difference is type approvals. The non-E version is tested and certified to comply with FCC and related requirements, whereas the E version complies with the slightly different European and rest-of-world standards. The set needs to comply with the local regulations in the country where the boat is registered.

We no longer use regionalised versions for our Ray50/52/60/70/90/91 radios: they're a single global product.


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