The SEA 222 is a 150 watt SSB transceiver made for marine use. As it covers most of the amateur bands it is quite suitable for the ham operator.
Frequency is entered via a 4×4 membrane keypad. The 8-digit alphanumeric display provides frequency and channel data. The SEA 222 has 258 pre-programmed and 100 freely usable channels. Up to 10 channels can be accessed directly using the keypad, these can be programmed with emergency frequencies.
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